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Breakups and Scars
No matter at what point of a relationship a breakup happens it takes a toll on you emotionally. You could have been dating a person for some time or you could have been in a long relationship or you decided to call it quits after a few years of marriage, but the whole feeling that you could not make it work persists after the breakup.
Sometimes the scars can come from abuse in a relationship – a survey revealed 23 per cent of urban Indian women face domestic violence – it could come from emotional and financial abuse, unbearable interference from in-laws or mental or physical incompatibility.
Be it a marriage resulting in a divorce or two lovers breaking up, the end of every relationship comes with baggage. One needs to deal with that emotional baggage, heal and finally move on.
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Is it even possible to make a list of rules of separation in a marriage? To answer this question, a research was conducted on 20 separated people. The study’s results indicate that separation is a ‘private’ and ‘lonely’ experience. Also, the sampled people said that separation was ambiguous and its outcome was unclear. Is marital …
Let’s say you broke up recently. As much as you want to move on, there’s a part of you that’s still in denial that it’s over. Most nights you wonder, “What if mine is the type of breakup that eventually gets back together?” And, maybe you are right! Maybe there is still some hope left …