THE NATURE OF DISAPPOINTMENT IN ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
The article brings out the agony disappointment brings in relationships. It shows how people experience it in different ways , how some collapse inside and the way out of these debilitating deluge of emotions that accompany disappointment. It gives the reader power to guard and overcome it in the world of ever dwindling love.

Submitted: July 16, 2015

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The nature of Disappointment in relationships: why good people take their own lives. The man, who took his life after discovering that his young Christian and well spoken of wife has been having a lot of sex with her co-worker, was an elder in a certain church. Her marriage was envied by many and she had earned social respect out of her husband’s successful career and Christian life. He was disappointed indeed. The pain of disappointment is determined by how it happened, the attitude of the disappointee towards the disappointed and the degree of love just before it occurred, and how much room was allowed for it, and the chain of irreversible and enduring depressing events that will follow throughout the future. Disappointment is easier in its imagination than in its reality. Disappointment gets through and demolishes you from inside; Disappointment destroys the foundation that took long to build. Disappointment raises hard question in the inner core of yourself, Disappointment brings you to a dangerous conclusion that truly everything in the world is futile, Disappointment spirals you down to a state where you feel that life itself has cheated you and that the promises of life are merely a dream or wishful thinking, Disappointment embarrasses you to God, to the whole world of friends and workmate and relatives, Disappointment makes you regularly feel dull like a big baby being soothed with a lullaby. Disappointment clashes your beliefs about human nature and challenges your definition of love. Disappointment puts you in a vicious circle where you become over critical of other potential mates which make you a bad lover and hard to get laid by good people, which make you more disappointed which makes you even more critical and so on goes the evil spiral, ever getting worse each time history repeats itself. Disappointment is the kind of evil experience that seem to embody all the other evil emotions like fear, hate, panic, distress, depression, anger, sadness, despair, hopelessness, desperation, anxiety and the list is endless. All these feeling come in because we think that the world owe us something good. We feel disappointment when we find ourselves wishing that events of the world had turned out better for us. When you reach a point where you can no longer love nor hope for anything good nor look forward to something exiting, when the taste of food goes, when sleep in no longer possible, when you begin to envy the dead, when days appear to move like a tortoise, when in your solitude and silence of the night you only hear the heart-beats of a disappointed heart, when you cry without tears, When the tentacles of all these emotions and thoughts engulf you like an octopus then only death can set you free. Speaking of the 21st centuries people will get worse. To survive, one will need to be a manager of his own emotions. We should stop categorizing events as either good or bad One must know that there are thing in life that cannot be solved but can only be managed. Expecting less from people around us, being self sufficient in terms of skills, diverting your passion from the people who are likely to cause you pain to your talents and hobbies. in spite of all this, he Bible repeatedly assures us that the Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. Psalms 34:18. Weeping may last through the night but joy comes in the morning. Psalms 30:5. Philipians 4:6-7;Isaiah 40:28-31


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