The Power of a Bad Experience 

Bob Packwood once said, ” Judgement comes from experience and great judgment comes from bad experience”

Have you ever made a best friend who betrayed you? Or loved someone so bad but he cheated you? These situations make you feel mentally drenched and low spirited. You hesitate in making love with someone else again or trusting someone anew to share your deepest secrets. These traumatic experiences create a very profound impact on one’s soul and makes him feel very hostile towards the world. 

But, should that be a conclusion to this problem? Do you really deserve to hurt your precious self because of one unfortunate trip? I have seen people falling into the pit of depression, losing their family and friends, deviating from their work as a consequence of being cheated by that one person! 

Everyone should taste a sour mango to realize the contentment of eating a sweet mango. Likewise, everyone should once have a bad experience to appreciate the worth of a good one. We often hear lovers promising to fetch moon and stars for their partners, crossing all the boundaries for them. But what happens after they break up? Why don’t they make this herculean effort for themselves after break up? It’s because they become so blind loving their partner that they forget the momentousness of ‘self love’. 

It is more important to love yourself first than to look for a lover and compensate for the self love crunch. One should realize the significance of self love. It is just a spark which needs to be lighted up and you can break all the boundaries and achieve new targets. Once you feel that spark, nobody can stop you from transforming yourself into a better person and leading a happier life.  Break records, not while being in love but after being heartbroken!