Which words break your heart?

Broken but beautiful?

I have broken toes, which I’ll admit, I love.

I’m not one to complain, but I think it’s a sign of a broken relationship.

So what do I do when the word breaks my heart?

Well, it’s always an option to say something, no matter how insignificant it is.

The question is whether that is a very good idea, and which words will break your relationship with your friends?

I spoke to my best friend and a couple of fellow writers and asked them to share their most memorable broken-heart words.

Some of them shared the words they would never say to their friends or colleagues, like “I love you” or “I don’t know you”.

Others said they would be OK with the word “I” and others, “I’m sorry”, because it was part of their own culture.

This isn’t to say that you should never say anything that you find heartwarming, or even that it will break someone’s heart, but it’s to say if you don’t find something you’re particularly passionate about and you’re not sure if it’s the right word to say, then there’s something wrong.

You need to ask yourself if it would be a good idea to say “I am so happy” or even “I have so much love in my heart”.

When you’re in the moment, you need to be able to articulate the emotion.

In some cases, that can be difficult, but when you’re engaged and on your way to breaking up with your ex, it becomes much easier.

The word you choose will have a direct impact on your relationship, not just the words you say.

Here are some of the most memorable words that broke my heart.


“I just love you”.

This is one of the first words that popped into my head when I was a teenager.

I would say to my friends and family, “You’re not the only one that I love.”

The answer was no, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t love them.

When I first met my husband, he was a young professional writer.

I loved him for what he was and how he carried himself, which made me feel special and cared for him.

I wanted him to be happy and to be in control of his life, but he always managed to disappoint me.

He had the same dream of having a wife and children, which was great, but in reality, he’d never married and never had children.

So he was single, which meant he never had time to find a partner.

I still miss the feeling of him, but now that he’s got a wife, we’re not so in love anymore.


“What are you doing?”

I don’t want to say it, but this is one that still makes me sad to this day.

I remember telling my husband a few months after I married that I loved our marriage, but not much else.

He responded, “What?”

It was an important question, and I was really trying to explain what I meant, but there were so many things that I was not happy about in our marriage that I didn`t want to mention.

It wasn’t that I disliked him.

He was a really good writer and I liked him.

But I felt like it wasn’t in my power to change things that were happening to our marriage.

I was the one who had to decide how much we could tolerate.

It took a while for me to see that, and it was a big step back in time.

I thought, “Oh my god, I need to say this out loud.

You’re the one I love and I need you to be good at what you do.”

And then it dawned on me, that this isn’t going to make me happy.


“How are you?”

It’s one of those words that makes me want to cry.

I don`t know what words I should use for it, because I don´t know if I’m a crybaby or not.

I think a lot of times, people feel like they should be saying these things out loud, but sometimes I just feel like I can’t.

I am so afraid to say them, I can feel the tears coming, and then they are so heavy that I can barely stand.

I have no idea why, but every time I hear someone say, “How is it going?” or “How am I doing?”, I feel like crying.

The best way to deal with this is to listen.

It’s OK to be embarrassed about saying the word, but don’t worry about how others will react to it.

I can understand that feeling, but you can also get a sense of what they might think about you, and that’s what will really matter to them.

I used to be pretty quiet about it because I didn´t want people to think I was hiding.

But once I started getting really involved in my writing and getting