Personal Narrative: Real Heartbreak

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There are some things in this life that no one can prepare you for. No matter how much they tell you or explain things to you, you will never fully understand or comprehend what it is they are talking about until you experience it for yourself. Two of these things are both falling in love with someone and experiencing real heartbreak. Two complete opposites, I know, but sometimes, they can go hand in hand.

When you fall in love with someone you begin to understand what true love is. It is a feeling where you are so content and happy. You become so comfortable around this person and can be completely yourself.

You put this person's needs above your own. When you are with them you are so extremely happy that you want to shout at the top of your lungs to the world how much you love this person.

You begin to look into the future and you can see yourself being with this person for the rest of your life, you don’t think there is anyone else out there that is this right for you, everything feels perfect.

Sure there are still the expected ups and downs in the relationship, there are times where you spend time apart, and times where you spend days on end in each other's company - but each of these only
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Maybe things have been a little rocky for a while but you have been trying to push it away and ignore it. There may come a point where everything just stops and you are hit with a feeling you thought wasn’t possible to experience. It is the complete opposite of falling in love. When you separate from the one that you love it feels as if your whole world has come to an end. Your heart drops and your whole being feels as though it has been shattered into a million pieces. You don’t want to be alone, you don’t want to be around people, you don’t want to eat, you don’t want to talk, you can’t sleep, you can’t think straight, your whole body feels numb and for some the tears don’t stop

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