Fri. Jul 1st, 2022

Introduction: How Does Disappointment Feel?

I recently had a really bad day. I couldn’t find a job, I lost my car keys and then my debit card, and then when I got home my roommate told me that her hamster died… I felt really down and out. I realized that if this was how I felt then how would I feel if I actually lost a loved one? My mom died when i was 14 and it was terrible, but at least she wasn’t gone forever. [PARAGRAPH FILL TO CONNECT THE POINTS]:my mom died when i was 14 and it was terrible, but at least she wasn’t gone forever. Now here’s the thing, day after day of no job and having to move back home… I would probably get depressed. But at least I’d know that she was still here with me, in a way. Today, though, if I let myself it could be different. Today I lost a loved one. It could have been anyone… or even myself. It could have been my mom, or my dog, or my cat… it doesn’t matter who it is: If someone close to me dies and that same feeling comes over me then I’m going to be really upset about it for a long time. I just hope that I never have to go through a day like this ever again.
Esperanza Delgado [END ARTICLE]
An excerpt from the “How Does Disappointment Feel?” video: A poem by Esperanza Delgado.
The video was produced using iMovie and uploaded onto YouTube in 2013 by Tori Spelling’s husband Dean McDermott. It discusses what it is like to experience disappointment and then become depressed because of that. The poem is written by a girl named Esperanza and was made up by the same person who made this video.
A growing number of people are noticing the similarities between this video and The Walking Dead, which is an American television drama series that broadcasts on AMC. For example, in this clip from Season 2 Episode 9 (Miles Behind Us) Rick Grimes becomes depressed because of his current situation:

my heart is broke but i have some glue
my heart is broke but i have some glue

The Science of Heartbreak & the Mind-Altering Effects It Has on the Brain

Even though I had suffered a massive emotional backlash from the day, I wanted to find something positive to come out of it. I figured if I did that, then maybe my life would be better in the long run. It’s a simple idea, and something I’ve practiced for the last few years, but the closer I looked at it and the more I thought about it…it kind of seemed like…magic.
“Magic.” That’s what I’m calling the things that we do that have the power to change our lives for the better, for the worse and for anything in between.
It’s definitely not a new concept. In fact, people have been using magic to change their lives forever now, but still: it’s something that seems like a totally foreign idea to people who aren’t familiar with it. I’ve been writing about it for years, and it’s shocking to me how few people are in touch with the concept of “making magic” on a daily basis.
It’s kind of like the Force from Star Wars–you know, how it was this “mystical energy field that surrounds us” and shit? That’s not so different from some of what I’m talking about here. But for those who haven’t seen Star Wars…well, let me just say it’s a powerful thing that can be harnessed by anyone who knows how. It’s a combination of will power and intention that can force the universe to change its course.

my heart is broke but i have some glue
my heart is broke but i have some glue

5 Ways to Deal with Stress & Heartache

I remember the first time I looked at disappointment and heartache. It was a few years ago, when my roommate and girlfriend of two years broke up with me. Instead of spending all my money on alcohol, drugs and women…I decided to turn around and use this as a lesson in what not to do in a relationship. So I spent every day thinking about how to improve myself and the next relationship I had.
Slowly, I was able to open my heart again and start over. It took some time…but I did it. And so can you! Here are five ways to get back on track:
1 – Figure out why the relationship is disappointing you. Relationships are all about what you do and don’t do, not about what you do. So start thinking about who the other person is. What are their strengths and weaknesses? For example, if you’re in a relationship that’s disappointing you because it’s too much of a challenge, figure out how to make it easier for yourself. Figure out what you can learn from the experience to make your future relationships better.
2 – Let go of energy spent on being mad at the other person for making you feel bad. Instead, use that energy to figure out what you can do yourself to make the relationship better. Do this stuff first and then talk to the other person later letting them know what you’ve learned.

my heart is broke but i have some glue
my heart is broke but i have some glue

10 Ways to Heal Broken Hearts and Help You Move On

After about a month or so of analyzing everything that happened our relationship, I noticed a pattern. Since then I’ve been able to help many friends and even strangers to get through heartache and move on with their lives. So, guys and girls everywhere…this is for you. The next time you go through some relationship drama…don’t despair. Just take a breath, look at the situation from different angles and then move on with your life!
*Gloria Steinem came up with this line; “It is not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game”. This is very true in every aspect of life. When you win, when you lose, how you play the game is what counts.
*The secret to successfully moving on after a breakup is to be kind and remember that what happened was an accident. It’s like an accident on the highway: if it doesn’t happen again, it’s okay.
*Remember that even though it may seem like the person you were in love with has moved on, they might just be taking long decompression rooms in their hearts.
*Remember not to beat yourself up and really think about how lucky you are.
*Stop comparing your ex to someone else (if you’re still wanting to). This can make you crazy and it won’t help anything.
*Don’t try to get them back! It will only make things worse if you start freaking out.
*Treat yourself like you were treated. You don’t want to go through the same kind of pain again, right?
*Think about what would be the best thing for your future happiness and move on that way.

my heart is broke but i have some glue
my heart is broke but i have some glue

3 Tips for Moving On After a Breakup or Signing Off on a Relationship

I hope this post helps people. I can’t give you a magic solution, but I know that the next time you’re feeling bad about your life take a moment and try to put things into perspective. Then look at your situation in a positive light, and you’ll feel better.
The following post was written about 3 years ago. I have been thinking about it for the past few weeks, so I decided to put it up. I think it’s super valuable to remember and solidify my advice from time to time.
It’s no secret that breaking up is emotionally damaging and can be very difficult on a person’s self-confidence. So, I decided to write this post in case I ever find myself suffering from any form of break-up depression.
If, by chance, you are already in the thick of your own break-up process, don’t worry. Just put your faith in the following 3 tips and you’ll be all right.
1. Don’t Be Afraid To Be Yourself – Stop Feeling So Bad About Yourself!
During a breakup, it is extremely hard to be yourself. Your typical dating habits and behaviors may cease to exist, which means that you may start feeling guilty about them.
And the worst part is that you won’t realize it until you’ve already made a bunch of progress with your ex.

my heart is broke but i have some glue
my heart is broke but i have some glue