4 Most Heart Wrenching Breakup Scenarios
Just when you thought you found the right one, things went haywire and headed downhill. Throughout the dating journey, we will leave or be left behind by, the person we once loved. The meaning of love is as mysterious as death, nothing could explain how a person can just stop loving the other person, similar to how the heart stop beating when death occurs.
While some of us will embark a lovely journey from just the first love they encounter, many of us will go through many relationships before we hit the right one. At times, we might end up so beat up that we totally drop the idea of being attached. Here are some heart wrenching breakups scenarios we commonly faced in recent years.
#1 Runaway bride/groom (Fear of commitment)
This should top the most heart wrenching breakups ever. From dating to marriage planning, nothing along the way seems to spell trouble. Your partner is the most eligible and ideal person in your life and everyone around you are jealous of who you are dating. That person might not only just look stunning, he/she could also be smart and knowledgeable.
All these factors made you decided to marry your partner because you know the partner’s traits complement your life. Probably there was a discussion of what to do as a married couple during the dating stage too. However, on the beautiful day where plans were made, the other half did not appear to walk the aisle together. Numerous calls and attempts to locate him/her failed. The person you love simply vanished into thin air. Or course if the person is nice enough, there will be a message to apologize with a reason for not turning up.
Many of us run away from fear, it could be fear of reality or commitment which we will do it subconsciously. This is common in work environment as most of us will just quit on the job if things get tough. However, facing this on the big day can definitely be the most heart wrenching moment.
#2 Runaway bride/groom (Third party involved)
Similarly to #1, the shock level will be high. The third party was never known till the partner finally disclosed when they decided to take flight from the aisle. This could be effects of guilt or simply the partner…