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And perhaps worst of all, we feel utterly and helplessly .
But what I've been noticing lately in Scripture is that we aren't alone in this.
Maybe a close friend betrayed your trust or let you down when you needed her most.Or maybe you have that awful feeling in your gut that the person you love just doesn't love you back.When our hearts are broken, we limp along, wondering how we ended up here and if we'll ever make it to the other side of the pain.But instead, he designed us with the will to decide how we'd respond to him, and in doing so, he opened his heart to profound love—and profound heartache.According to Naomi Eisenberger, lead author of the study, the distress from rejection registers in the same part of the brain that responds to physical pain, triggering similar sensations to, say, a broken arm.
Which is just affirmation of what we've known all along: heartbreak hurts.