An Open Letter To The Girl With A Broken Heart

By Jae Lin

You are an amazing person. You’re one of a kind. You’ve heard this from guys before, but there is really something about you. Some je ne sais quoi. And you have to own that.


There is no one else in this world like you.

You are one of the best things someone could ever have. You have so much to offer, so much to give. You have a love that is just waiting for the right person, the right moment — that one that can make you feel unafraid…secure and safe, even when vulnerable. You deserve to be loved, to have your feelings respected. You deserve peace, and calm, and soundness of mind.


You deserve to feel cared for.

Mostly, you deserve someone who wouldn’t hurt you in any way, just like how you can never even begin to think about hurting them.

You don’t need to worry about anything.

You don’t have to wonder if your significant other is cheating on you or lying to you because in a way, life naturally sorts everything out. If they decide to do those things to you, then you know they do not deserve you. You know there will be someone better despite the lies you tell yourself that maybe, he’s the best you can ever have. You have seven other billion people left. You just have to be strong enough to let go and to stand by what is best for you. Do not be anxious or insecure. The wrong ones will be weeded out by their own doing.

Do not think of heartbreak as misery, but as a blessing — a sign from fate, a heads up from the world. Be thankful that you found out soon enough and that you can start over again. I know it hurts, it will hurt, and you will feel like your world is crumbling down around you and your heart is in physical pain but you will get over that…just like you have before. And see, well, you’re still alive. You’re still here. You can still smile. You can feel pain. That’s good. You’re human.

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  1. it is sad that there is so much emphasis on how beautiful a woman is on the outside…

  2. Thank you for putting up with my tangent. You are right about everything you said and thank you for letting me vent. People should never be judged by their physical appearance. My husband and I have a dear friend who has a horribly disfiguring illness and he is one of the smartest people that either of us have ever met. He is also compassionate and kind. OK I am Donne now. You guys rock. 💕 love y’all

    1. We are on the same tangent and vent accord dear friend! May God Bless your special friend. As a child I learned how to love those rejected and from there i have experienced the warmest, loving and best interactions which sets my spirit on a continual high! There is so much more to love and worth in life. 🌺❤️🌺

      1. Amen, wow I love how you put thought to pen 🖊. You are a benevolent soul and you share it in every post. It shines. You are such a blessing to me my friend. Sending love and your words give me such a great feeling. Bless you for that. 🤗❤️💕Joni

        1. Yes, inspiration flies as a bird! You have certainly touched on some interesting feminine aspects! Heartfullness ❤️❤️❤️ back at you!

  3. I absolutely love this, women embrace this information because it is true. Also for the record I have read statistical records that some of the most beautiful women in the world are the most insecure and have trouble meeting men.

    I love this article because it is a message to men everywhere that assume a beautiful woman like that would never be interested in me. Women want to be loved, cherished and they want honesty. If you are a person of faith you will have a much better chance of a great relationship with a man that loves God. Sorry to go on about this but it is a real problem in the work place. I have worked in HR where I have been told not to hire anyone too pretty (as they would be a distraction) and I also had a manager hire a person which was someone that I should have hired. When I asked him about her skills. His comments were about what a beautiful blond she was and how captivating her eyes were. I let him know that was gross discrimination – to hire someone because-of the way they looked. I laughed and said those sound like colored contacts. (Of course they were) After being hired turned out she was amazing at the job and her and I hit it off. But the Sr. Manager called me in and said I can’t get the men to do any work now they just hang around the desk. You can probably guess my response, “talk to the men, she wasn’t breaking any rules and she can’t be discriminated because she is striking and everyone loves her work, so you talk to the men.” Love and hugs for a great weekend my friend. ❤️💕🌸🌺

    1. Joni thank you for your in-depth feedback. I can certainly understand both sides of the coin here and, I would have to side with you. The attractive new hire performed her job and that is she was hired to do. The fellow employee men were in need of a mandatory in-servicing, to do their jobs or resign. The entire incident was cause for HR to re-examine its policies. You brought a lot of other interesting points too.. great relationships can happen when the man and woman are God Loving.

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