Sometimes people wonder, why breakups hurt so much, when the relationship is no longer viable. A breakup from someone who you used to love, were in a relationship with, made commitments with shatters you apart no matter how strong you are. Romantic relationships generally begin on a high note of excitement and hope. Young love, that’s what it’s referred to sometimes, makes you reach the seventh sky and makes you emotionally and physically attached with that person. When you are reminded of all those good times you had with your partner, the breakup transforms itself and makes you feel like it is a major loss from your life. Different people mourn in different ways. Some just want to keep those emotions bottled up for as long as they can, and some just burst out. Some prefer living in denial too. And sometimes, you feel a combination of angry, sad, denial and acceptance at once, which becomes really hard to tolerate.
Even though it’s difficult to accept that the relationship and the good old chatten met vreemden days are behind you, you still need to gain valuable information and experiences that you may not have received otherwise. You need to consider it as a life changing moment in a good way, making a path towards better understanding of life, and the kind of person you want to spend it with. You should be aware of the fact that all this time, through all this trauma you are going through, eventually will make you learn a life lesson of un-measurable worth. A breakup can become a good time for reflecting upon things you have been neglecting all your life, and become a reason for personal growth. The worse that it gets, more better a person you will eventually be when you grow out of it.