HEARTBREAK: TEMPTATION OF SWEET SUICIDE

Relationship Health Review

by; Aminu K.A. (RM)
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Love literarily maybe referred to as having strong and constant feelings or affections for someone or something. Most of us have different perceptions about love, but what really pissed me off sometimes is the way people love and react to things due to the impact of their love and I wonder everyday; why they experience severe complications when their love prematurely ended mostly sooner than expected.

Love suppose to be unconditional and THAT is the kind of “love” we all want. In Real Love, there is no disappointment, impatience, irritation, or anger. Love is experienced in different way and so different that most people have never truly and thoroughly felt it.

It’s a good thing to love, as a matter of fact, everyone needs to love and beloved. But significant rate of people attribute love to sexual desires only and in most cases of sexual love. The feelings are not equal. Its usually the combination of a lover and the beloved

Heartbreak is an unfortunately common part of the human experience and it really, really sucks. It’s safe to say we all want to avoid experiencing heartbreak ever again (if you ever had one). We feel heart broken when we lose someone or something we loved or wanted very much; Like a romantic relationship or a friendship, a family member, a job or opportunity that was very important to us.

Heartbreak can cause a large amount of stress, especially if the loss is a sudden one. This stress can affect how we feel emotionally and physically, and may take weeks, months or even years to recover. Those who couldn’t recover usually consider termination of live as a better alternative.

Study shows that your brain registers the emotional pain of heartbreak in the same way as physical pain. which is why you might feel like your heartbreak is causing actual physical hurt. The language we use to describe heartbreak is the way we associate physical pain with emotional pain and there are some hormones produced by our bodies that acts on our falling in and out of love.

Love can be addictive. Like a drug, because of the hormones our brain releases when we become really attached to someone or something. Dopamine and oxytocin in particular are hormones which make us feel good and want to repeat behaviours, and are released at elevated levels when we’re in love.
Then, when heartbreak happens, these hormone levels drop and are replaced with the stress hormone cortisol. Designed to support your body’s fight-or-flight response. Too much cortisol over a period of time can contribute to all those unpleasant mental and physical symptoms associated with heartbreak. Lovers na una get today.

Let me digress a bit, oxytocin makes you feel good and you always want to repeat the actions and that’s why despite labour pain you still feel like having more children even at your own detriment.

When you’re heartbroken, it can be easy to withdraw from your regular life and stop doing the things that you enjoy. But getting out and about, spending time with positive and supportive people, eating well and exercise can all help boost your mood and distract you from your upset. Keep in mind that the old adage that “you’ll heal with time” has some truth to it. Over time, as the stress eases and you begin to calm down and recover, you should expect your bodily systems to gradually return to normal

Hearts will never be practical until they are made unbreakable. “The saddest thing about love is that not only that it cannot last forever, but that heartbreak is soon forgotten. I’d rather have a broken arm than a broken heart. “It’s hard asking someone with a broken heart to fall in love again.”

However, all victim should stay safe and look for someone to talk to.

Aminu K. A (RM)

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