We live in times where relationships are changing. From a love for life, to divorce, constant couple changes and endless singleness. Back in the day you met the one and had to expose your vulnerability, open your heart and work on your challenges day by day. Now the abundance of who to go out with and connect, has made us stronger and weaker at the same time.
What do I mean? Opening your heart every four months, falling in love again after 15 years of marriage implies that we are opening and closing our heart constantly. It takes us to live the emotions and feelings of the roller coaster love. Moments where we are in cloud nine, falling in love without caring about the future and months later living the taste of sadness, bitterness and depression because our heart closed again.
This dynamic of close, open is not easy, you have to have balls to fall in love because we are no longer safe from living this duality of emotions in such a short space of time.
The advantage of this situation is that we learn more from ourselves, we are evolving to understand this is love and that is going to be part of our life for a moment and not an incident that you live for years.
It is an opportunity to open your heart, to explore your ability to love and remember that those broken hearts are easily patched if you remember that that pain is only a product of your great capacity to love.