That may be the main idea of pain for most people.
But for others, they view pain as the reason they live their day-to-day life.
And they let pain be their motivation.
A loss of anything should never break you down and make you want to kill yourself. Especially anything materialistic.
That's the thought of letting your items, or other people own you.
You want to be free right?
You'll never know what true freedom is until you've been chained up.
And you'll never know true happiness until you've endured the opposite.
I've seen people who lose their cars...Houses...Shoes...etc...
And they just break down...
When in actuality, you could have been using all the time that you were moping around, crying, praying...
To actually fix the problem that you're going through.
There's no such thing as "free time" when you're a hard worker.
Even in the "Free time" you're spending time to foresee how you can better a situation, so it's not "Free" time.
I can understand crying over the loss of a close friend, or a family member.
But don't let their death rule over the day you live.
They wouldn't have wanted to you do that after they died, so do better for them.
Learn from their mistakes, how they ended up the way they did, and be better.
Every muscle tear repairs stronger for the next time you undergo that kind of weight.
So let the same happen with this situation.
And if not another layer is how you repair, then at least build a tolerance.
This is the only thing that i commend the media for
Desensitizing. It's a curse and a (blessing)
But their comes a certain part in your life when you have to stop letting things get to you.
I see it everyday, facebook...twitter...
Somebody crying over someone else in a relationship...
Like...you're supposed to live and learn.
If what you're doing hasn't worked out the first 5 times
What makes you think that it will work the 6th time when you use the SAME approach?
Switch things up.
"Oh i'm not changing for anybody!"
Then expect the same result that you've gotten the last 5 times, or just take a seat.
I just don't have much respect for quitters...You had a dream, you tried it a few times...and it didn't work.
So you give up?
This is supposed to be your LIFE PLAN. You expected it to be EASY?
"Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever.”
― Lance Armstrong, Every Second Counts