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Hello to all
The subject today is Lost LOVE...
Its amazing to me the impact that LOVE has on a person.
When LOVE is happy, it can be the inspirational force behind the most touching LOVE songs ever written, and give the person involved a feeling of euphoria and content.
But that same power that drives those feelings when LOVE is good, can turn suddenly, and became the driving power of despair and darkness, when LOVE sours. This is the inspiration for all of those heart-felt Sad songs youve heard on the radio.
How is that possible?
I realize that there are thousands of chemicals in our bodies that control all of our actions and feelings, but how are they changed from one situation to another? How are certain mood altering chemicals used for happy thoughts one minute, and then switched to painful thoughts the next? This intriques me.
That feeling of emptiness that overtakes someone who is love-lorn, is very powerful. It can actually be crippling in some instances. It can cause loss of appetite, loss of drive, and of course...loss of sleep.
You would think that after a short while, these feelings would leave? But in some cases, they may persist for long periods of time. Why is that?
I think the answer lies in the mind.
I think the old adage that "time heals all"... is very accurate.
Depending on the circumstances, a persons mind will eventually work everything out, and allow normal functions to resume.
Whats interesting about this, is that even though a person may realize its best to end a relationship... a persisting gloom may follow for a period of time.
What determines how long someones suffering will last? And how does the body change from despair mode...to happy mode again?
This has turned into more of a "Scientific" driven post then I originally planned, but this stuff really interests me.
Any feedback you may have...Medical Data, Personal experiances, Thoughts or ideas concerning the effect of Lost LOVE on a person is welcomed.
Bye for now
3/17/2006 11:22 am
I dont think it really goes away. I think you can get it out of your mind for awhile but it always come back. As for the change from despair to happiness, I think you just have to accept it and keep living for today.|
3/19/2006 7:50 am
I have to say that in my own personal experiances, even when I have been really hurt and devastated, time has always healed my pain. It definately took longer in some cases then others, but I have no lingering affects from the experiances.
Except to think back and remember that it really sucked.
I hope your past bad experiances concerning love, do not continue to haunt you for years after thay happen.
You are very correct about turning the page, that is the key to recovery.
Thx for your response
Bye for now