I’ve learned is that I’d rather feel physical pain, than mental.
Physical is much more objective, easier cure and to sympathise with.
Mental pain is so much more subjective, unique for everyone, harder to sympathise with. (And even when someone really does sympathise — we tend not to believe that person, we think and declare “No, you don’t understand!”.)
Worst is that, mental pain ends up being physical pain. It’s terrible.
I’ve learned is that to cure, you have to keep going. Don’t focus on the past. Focus on the future. Positive future. Don’t think. Just do it.
If You’re Going Through Hell, Keep Going. — Winston Churchill
and if you don’t know where you going
[…] keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. — Steve Jobs
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