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  • i've never had a broken heart before. but i think i would be wiser.
  • It left me some knowledge.
  • Have had, it makes you wiser. have, it make you suspicious.
  • I think it does make you wiser. As far as suspicious, I'd probably just say it makes you more alert.
  • Been cheated on twice... def leaves U more suspicious in this scenario.
  • Suspicious. You can never get wiser in love matters. Every time you fall in love, you have to invent a new way to love that new significant other in your life.
  • I really think it depends on that person, i have to say for me it has made me wiser
  • The way i see it... wisdom and suspicion go hand-in-hand ;)
  • I think that depends on how your heart got broken: cheating, lives moving in different directions, difference of opinions. No matter I think we always get wiser, suspision happens when we feel like we were taken for granted.
  • it might be both, depends on why it happened. it make syou wiser because you learn how to pick out what was good and what was bad, but if you were cheated on or lied to it probably makes you just as suspicious
  • A little bit of both, there is a fine line between wariness and paranoia.
  • If you mean having a broken heart due to a failed romantic relationship then I think ultimately it will make you wiser but I think there are some very long lasting effects. I think I'd be far more concerned about a repeat performance for a while.
  • Wow, both really...I can avoid the situations and I can detect bs jobs at hand.
  • I'd say both. I learn not to make the same mistake twice, and I worry about who I can, and can not trust now.
  • I am expert at the broken heart. I think it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. (And so does Bill Shakespear)
  • It gives you more insight just in case it happens again. It won'nt hurt as much. You get stronger for the next one.
  • I think everything in life is a lesson. We must embrace both the good and bad experiences...as they bring us to where we are today. To fully feel love, I think it's important to have felt pain/loss. Everything in life has an opposite...and to appreciate one you must experience the other...
  • I have never had a broken heart Stillme. The saddest I ever was, was when my dad died. Romantic relationships? Broken-hearted? Never. I have been disappointed of course, but broken-hearted? Never. The only thing that will ever break my heart would be if something were to happen to my son. That would also break me. By comparison, anything else is a piece of cake. :)
  • It does make you wiser and also stronger and more mature.
  • After its been broken and you no longer are living IN the relationship, but outside of it...you can look back and see what really was love and what wasnt. Just cuz you have a broken heart though doesnt mean it was real love...you might have loved them, but now you can look back and see if they really loved you or not...did their actions, words, and emotions...say they loved you?...take that into consideration and use it in future relationships...
  • Here's the thing. There are so many reasons why a heart gets broken. The only thing is whether we can see what part we played in the heartbreak and whether we have learned from the mistake we may or may not have made. It's quite possible that the other person is at fault too but the only thing we can do personally is try to see what we did, if we did something, change it, and for the future, remember to remember how it felt to be hurt like that but be open enough to see whether it's a repeat scenario or if we can actually give a new person the benefit of the doubt with out newfound knowledge.
  • Suspicious, with wisdom attained from experience.
  • It only really makes you wiser if you learn from the experience. If you put yourself in misery mode for the rest of your life over one breakup, you most likely haven't learned from it and just WANT to live in self-pity. Just my 2 cents.
  • It really depends on the person... Im a jaded, guarded bitch when I feel there is a reason to be. But you can't shut out everyone because of one idiot. A lot of what you get in relationships does depend on what you give. Only a small number of people (like my ex) are intentionally manipulative and deceptive... Most people hurt...because someone did something to them first. It's all different and all a new experience with each new person you are with. It is most intelligent, for your own health and happiness to wipe the slate clean and act as if Mr/Mrs WRONG! Died... and broke the mold when they did!
  • It leaves me really quiet, really sad, really alone with my thoughts and it leaves me a little bit afraid too. It leaves me feeling unsure of myself and everyone else and it leaves me putting a screen between the me i am and the me you see. It leaves me feeling a little bit broken, a little bit fragile and a little bit lost. But eventually, when the clouds pass me by, i find it leaves me looking for rainbows and finding them, so i guess heartbreak does leave me wiser, like rainbows are always good right?!
  • I believe it dose a bit of both. Plus 5 for your question.
  • It makes you cautious
  • It made me examine what went wrong and learn not to repeat some of my mistakes. It made me more guarded at first, but once I fell in love with somebody else I just ended up throwing all caution into a the wind.

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