How can we define a broken heart, which is more of an idea than an actual medical affliction?
Perhaps Shania Twain said it best when she sang,
“It only hurts when I breathe.”
Why the Medical Association hasn’t just gone ahead and labeled a broken heart as a serious illness is beyond me!
Luckily, a broken heart usually carries with it the same old, specific, symptoms.
That is VERY important.
Why? Because when there are certain, consistent, symptoms… there are usually certain, consistent cures for them!!
Read on to see some of the most classic and common broken heart symptoms….
(note: this list of symptoms is taken from the site of T.W. Jackson’s (Magic of Making Up) and is his respective property. The site also has solutions and advice that you can put to use IMMEDIATELY (see the “Fast Forward technique”).
-Leaving the radio off because every song makes you cry
-Loss of appetite
-Binge eating for comfort
-Calling your ex several times a day
-Text messaging and emailing constantly (Text Message Terrorism)
-Constantly checking your email and voice mail to see if he/she called
-Not going out because you are afraid to miss a call
-Thinking non-stop about why they REALLY left you
-Feeling massively depressed
-Feeling urges to spy on them
-Endlessly rehearsing what you should have said
-Endlessly rehearsing what you will say if you bump into them
Actually, yeah. If this sounds like you, I’d DEFINITELY check out T.W. Jackson’s stuff for more information on how to cure these symptoms. He’s a man I consider to be a genius. The most amazing thing is that he’s able to offer great advice to both men AND women.
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P.S. While very few people would consider a broken heart a "real" condition, some people have gone as far as to experience real health related symptoms after a bad break up. It's not entirely unheard of for you to experience things such as diziness, fatigue, or even vomiting. If this is the case with you, then my advice is to take it easy for a while -- you should just relax, have some grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup, and stay away from things that make you sad or remind you of your ex. When you are experiencing serious physical complications as a result of your break up pain, it is probably best to just take a break from relationships for a while.