You break hearts when you show someone the time of their lives, and then you bother them two weeks later. People fall in love with your adventurous spirit, but you have it too long. You want to do more, see more, and have fun while you can, and not everyone wants to stay on this ride with you, so you’ll go down the path unintentionally.
You break your hearts when you let someone know you just enough so that they develop strong feelings, then you shut up completely and do not let them go further. You are faithful and you are always there for people when they need you, but you are perpetually terrified of hurting yourself. You have no trouble giving love, you have a hard time receiving it and accepting it.
You break hearts when sending mixed messages. You are up and down, hot and cold, you are everywhere and the people you engage with in a romantic way are constantly wondering if you are really interested. You do not know exactly what you want, but you do not really feel the need to understand either.
You break hearts when you separate from someone because they are not good enough for your family or friends. Their opinion means the world to you, so if your family does not like the person you meet, you are completely sabotaging the relationship. You know that your loved ones have your best interests in mind.
You break hearts when you do not let the person you meet ever get the green light. Your other important people are in love with your noisy personality that always ends up being the brightest in the room, but you break your heart when you can not let them take their moments too. You sort of made their important events about you, and it bothers them.
You break hearts when you stop going out with someone for reasons that you and you alone might think. You are in your own head and you tend to analyze in too much the things that are not worth the cancellation. When you divide people, your other people usually have no idea why, and when you try to explain to them, they still do not understand.
You break your hearts when you make someone fool around and leave them because you know you are settling. You are kind, affectionate and confident, but you know that you must be just as fair to yourself as to the people you meet, and sometimes it means leaving them behind and the relationship.
You break hearts when you tell people the brutal and honest reason why you dump them. You appreciate honesty about the sensitivity of others. You will not make sugar in your droughts. You explain your intentions in relationships from the moment they begin, and you explain your reasoning to know why they should end (even if it hurts).
You break hearts when you decide to take a job on the other side of the world, without consulting the person you meet first. Wandering is your thing, you thrive in new environments, and if the person you meet can not accept that, then you know they are not for you, and that’s exactly what’s hiding your heart.
You break hearts when you let the pressure of the deadlines of life come to you. You have a very specific plan of how your life will unfold, which tempts you to make ultimates with the people you meet. If they do not plan to marry you before the age of 30, you let them find someone who wants to meet your deadlines and work with your schedule.
You break hearts when you realize that the person you meet does not stimulate you intellectually. You need long and deep conversations about your dreams and aspirations, about your purpose in life and the reason for your existence. If the person you meet finds that too extreme, you will continue to find the purpose of your life without them.
You break hearts when you realize that the person you meet does not understand the way you express yourself. Whether it’s art, music or poetry, you do not expect to appreciate it as much as you do, but you expect them to understand that your life would not be the same without you your passion. Self-expression is everything for you, and you break the hearts of those who simply do not understand it.