The Pain Of Love In Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven

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The pain of love A symbol - a thing that represents or stands for something else, especially a material object representing something abstract. A symbol can be subtle or obvious. In Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” it is strongly shown to be the 'mournful, never-ending remembrance ' for his lost love Lenore. Proving that pain and suffering can truly change a person. Love can bring you many different feelings. It can bring you happiness, or sometimes it can bring you heart break. For Edgar Allan Poe, it was both. All throughout Poe’s life he suffered through many ups and downs involving the pain of love from others. Learning to deal with a broken heart is the most important part of helping yourself recover. Edgar Allan Poe suffered…show more content…
“Fear arises because the unknown is in front of us, and the mind usually assumes the negative, saying things like, “I’ll never meet anyone else,” “I’m too old/overweight/unattractive” or “I don’t have time for a new relationship.” The temptation is to shut down, open that bag of potato chips, pour that glass of wine, turn on the TV and give up on love.” People will easily get to their head that they were the problem or cause of the broken heart. By doing so, they will get to their heads and yell themselves that they weren’t pretty enough, they should’ve done a lot more to please them, or they wish they were pretty enough so maybe none of this would’ve even happened. “When we’re shown praise, it makes us feel good. When we’re told something negative about ourselves, it brings us down. We might get mad at the person who is telling us something we don’t want to hear, but in those moments we need to choose to grow.” Choosing to learn and grow shows how truly strong you are. When their self esteem is affected mentally and physically, they start to look at themselves differently and want a change, when really all they need is self love. Self love is when a person finds to love who they really are and doesn’t care what anyone else thinks about them. Self love is the most precious and valuable thing a person can
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