Sounds True - When the Heart Breaks
Or browse results titled :. Your Heart Breaks Seattle, Washington. Your Heart Breaks is a queer band based in Seattle, Washington. Originally founded by Clyde Petersen in Bellingham, Washington in , Your Heart Breaks has toured the world for 20 years as both a solo performer and a large ensemble.
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When you think of a broken heart, you may picture a cartoon drawing with a jagged line through it. But a real-life broken heart can actually lead to cardiac consequences. Read on for more information about how an extremely stressful event can have an impact on your heart.
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Tako tsubo, by the way, are octopus traps that resemble the pot-like shape of the stricken heart. It could be the death of a loved one or even a divorce, breakup or physical separation, betrayal or romantic rejection. It could even happen after a good shock like winning the lottery. In fact, tests show dramatic changes in rhythm and blood substances that are typical of a heart attack.
Researchers are just starting to learn the causes, and how to diagnose and treat it. The bad news: Broken heart syndrome can lead to severe, short-term heart muscle failure. Looking back now, I was in full-blown defensive mode driven by a deep need to protect my heart from any harm. A few years later I met my now ex-husband. I was better with the compliments and did my best to love him through the little things.
I chose him because he was safe to love. I chose him because he would never ask for my whole heart, for my fullest capacity to love. He had no need to see the deeper, darker parts of me that were desperately seeking light, and I had zero interest in showing him. At the time, I really thought I loved him as much as I could. And I did, for the time and place we shared together. I loved him more than I had ever loved anyone, which felt enormous and vulnerable.
I was terrified by the dream, scared out of my mind not by the thought of losing him but by having to feel bereft and broken.
And then one day, he left. And my heart, for the first time in my life, broke open and all I could do was feel. In the weeks and months following our separation, my heartbreak brought me face to face with more pain and more love than I had ever known. While shedding horizontal tears that ricocheted off my glasses and ran down my face, as I watched my marriage and home crumble before me, I was able to muster more love for myself and for my pain than I ever could have, for either of us, during our marriage. When he left, the wall around my heart came tumbling down.
The ice melted off the inner chambers of my soul. The doors to my ability to love swung open, inviting me to feel into those tender places so long ignored.
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It is true. I did not love my ex-husband to my fullest capacity because up until my heart broke open, I could not love myself to such capacity. I was too busy protecting myself from my pain, my needs, his pain, his needs that I walked right past the love that is possible between two people when they open their hearts to one another. It is in the breaking, when our hearts are peeled back on themselves, that our truths have passage to come in and out.