Falling In Love
Love, the greatest desire for all living things. To fall in love is the greatest adventure, but it does come with great risk. Opening your heart to another is the biggest gamble anyone can take. Some are lucky enough to open their heart to someone who will always be a part of life. Others may find themselves opening their heart over and over again, only to experience, yet another broken heart. Broken Hearts are now a common occurrence in relationships. You must remember that not all relationships are meant to last. You could simply be drawn to someone or have someone walk into your life. Not necessarily because they are 'the one', but more so because there is something you will learn from that relationship.
More often than not, a person may continually find themselves in and out of relationships. Or their love life comes to a halt and they find that they can no longer love anymore. If this is you, rest assured you are not alone. It's a common feeling most of us have experienced. And it certainly doesn't mean that you have severe emotional problems. If you are experiencing the revolving door of relationships or the inability to be romantically interested in someone, it could be because you have not learned what you were supposed to from a past relationship.
A lot of the time a person can convince themselves that they are over their last relationship because they no longer have loving feelings for their ex. What they don't realize is that what they re actually saying is they think they are over the person. But are they really over the relationship? When a breakup has occurred resulting in broken hearts, the two people involved often refuse to acknowledge or admit their own mistakes. They instead place the blame on one another for the relationship not working. Think about your last relationship, and really think about how you behaved or reacted to certain situations. Can you honestly say that you were without fault?
Your Future Relationships
If you are currently experiencing the inability to love and have yet to admit your faults in your last relationship, and I don't mean to the other person, I mean admitting them to yourself, you may be sabotaging your future relationships. Pride can be so damaging, but if you are able to become consciously aware of how your mistakes played a part in your last relationship, you are allowing yourself to learn what you were meant to learn from that relationship. You will then become more in tune with yourself, which can remove that block that’s stopping you from love.
Broken Hearts Can Be Mended
You will also become a more honest and grounded person and a better partner in your relationship. Also, keep in mind that learning from your past relationship will take away the pressure and enhance the success of your next one. Broken hearts can be mended.