Are you online googling the words broken relationship because someone has broken your heart? Did someone mistreat you, abandon you, or still your heart and then trash it after they were done?
Maybe you've given a relationship all that you can give but your partner remains unwilling to compromise ... to meet you halfway.
Whatever your reason for being here, I'm thrilled that you found this site. Here, I write from the heart, from my own experience, and the experiences of others, the good and the bad.
I don't have all of the answers and I might not even have the answer for your situation, but I can tell you that whatever you're going through, whoever has hurt you ... you are NOT alone.
You might not recognize it now but a broken relationship is familiar to a lot of people. It seems that we live in a society that promotes marriage and commitment and the need to be family oriented.
And as a result, a lot people jump into relationships because everyone else is doing it.
They might even feel lonely, desperate, or afraid. Their reasons, more often than not, led them down the path of a broken relationship ...of several broken relationships.
It's unfortunate that we don't learn to heal past emotional wounds before we add another person into the mix but it is what it is, right?
So, if you are here looking for advice for relationship, on how to repair a broken relationship, or a relationship rescue, take what you can and leave the rest.
Even if you can't get the love of your life back, or convince someone else to love you, you can start the journey to loving yourself. It took me hitting rock bottom in my relationships to finally admit that what I was doing wasn't working.
I had been looking in all of the wrong places and in all of the wrong faces just trying to get someone to love me. It never occurred to me that true love has to be awaken within first, so that it can be shared.
And further, that we attract like energy and how when we are hurting inside, we attract on an emotional level, others who are also hurting.
Before you buy that book that's promising you it can help you get your ex back, or one on advice for relationship, ask yourself what it is that pleases you.
And decide today, that you are important enough and lovely enough, and desirable enough for someone to want you equally, faithfully, and honestly.
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