How To Get Over Breakup With Someone You Love

How To Get Over Breakup With Someone You Love.

Razors pain you

Rivers are damp;

Acids stain you;

And drugs cause cramp.

Guns aren’t lawful:

Nooses give:

Gas smells awful;

You might as well live.

Parker: “Enough Rope” “Resume”.(Get The Book)

“Sorrow is tranquility

Remembered in emotion.”

Parker: “Sentiment”.

“the young Cambridge group.

The group that stood for ‘freedom’ and flannel trousers and flannel shirts open at the neck,

and a well-bred sort of emotional anarchy, and a whispering , murmuring sort of voice and an ultra-sensitivity sort of manner.”

H. Lawrence: Lady Chatterley’s lover. Ch1(Get The Book)

Well now, everybody, male or female seeks to experiment in social life, for good or worse; those who stand aloof from life are either sick or historians!.

Everybody amasses a volume of experiments which deepen as experiences enriching his life.

Deep involvement in social life enhances all the senses and expand your horizon and, perhaps, work as a training course that helps to go along to the end of all human life: toward maturity.

Now every step in your life leads to another on the way to maturity.

Same people have an idea that negates the role of misfortune in our mental& emotional education, if the school teaches you the rules and applications of Algebra and adds to your mental efficiency, likewise, life outside the walls of academe has its rules and applications that, presumably, should lead you along the way of maturity.

Now, a mature, healthy individual knows that what doesn’t kill me, makes me stronger.

You may have read the Dorothy Parker quotation above of somebody thinking of committing suicide but he/she finds that all the means to this end are repellent.

In our essay: “What would you do and say if your partner cheated on you” if love was the result of complete accord between lovers, it can, perhaps, sustain all setbacks that appear along the way.

The human psyche is, sub-consciously, more like a pandora’s box:

macabre thoughts and sentiments can survive up from the deep levels of the psyche: like the indeterminate passion: meaning all that which at hand becomes unsatisfactory:

look at this passion in Thomas Mann’s novella “Death in Veice” “Dertod in Venedig”.

If your partner suddenly began to loosen his moorings and became insufferably fickle, You must first discuss the matter earnestly, airing up all the possible reason of her/his restlessness, and if she/he recognized his/her emotional disturbance as what it really is, this will be fine if not, then the aggrieved party should let him/her go; of course, all deeply meaningful relationships which flounder on the rocks of circumstances leave behind a bitter taste in the mouth and sorrow in the heart and a certain amount of discomfort to the mind.

But this sorrow will be a layer of beauty to your soul and give you the aura of a Wiseman.

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