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Heartbreaking Movies You Should Never Watch Alone
In the beginning, you feel totally out of sorts — like lash out at everyone, cry over everything, wear the same sweatpants for a week insane. Fortunately, I also have good news… w hen it comes to grief, crazy is the new normal. It looks different on everyone because we all experience grief in our own way, but on some level, we all struggle to understand ourselves and the world around us in the face of profound loss. Think about it — it makes total sense. Whether the loss was sudden or you were able to anticipate it, as soon as you understood and accepted that someone you love was dead or dying you began the grueling work of grieving. If ever a rationale for temporary insanity was needed, one could certainly be found among the range of reactions and emotions associated with grief and loss — shock, numbness, sadness, despair, loneliness, isolation, difficulty concentrating, forgetfulness, irritability, anger, increased or decreased appetite, fatigue or sleeplessness, guilt, regret, depression, anxiety, crying, headaches, weakness, aches, pains, yearning, worry, frustration, detachment, isolation, questioning faith — to name a few.
People Who Didn't Have Sex For Ages Tell Us About The Moment That Broke Their Dry Spell
Hopefully, for your sake, you got introduced to heartbreak in your teens. In many ways, having your heart stomped on and cleaved in two is better during a period of your life in which it's socially acceptable to cry while writing in a diary, because a it prepares you for adult break-ups, and b you're less likely to go on a booze-n-gear gear binge and spend a solid week coming down after you get dumped in year There's a difference, though, between that immediate kind of heartbreak and the slow-burning one you experience in your twenties and onwards until you die.
Through the hillbilly music of the s, the honky-tonk of the Forties and Fifties, the Bakersfield movement of the Sixties, bluegrass, Western swing, outlaw and contemporary pop, country songs still continue to break our hearts. So grab a few tissues and check out our list of the 40 saddest country songs ever written. But when the latter left the studio, however, Cline made sure that it wouldn't reach anyone else. According to Howard's wife Jan, Cline hated the song and refused to record it.