The WomenWhat is the worst fear you have? Not finding love or loosing the love you have? Everybody has heard of the old adage: It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Is that true though for those people who have had their heart broken? Would they still have made the same choice? Speaking from experience, I would have to say yes. Catherine Frazier the character from the movie The Women describes the pain of heartbreak the best. She said,”It feels like someone kicked you in the stomach, feels like your heart stopped beating, feels like that dream you know the one when you are falling and you want so desperately to wake up before you hit the ground but its all out of your control, you cant trust anything anymore, no one is who they say they are, your life is changed forever, and the only thing to come out of the whole ugly experience is no one will be able to break your heart like that again”. I would have to agree that if we had our heart broken no one will be able to do that again because I dont think we fully heal from it. With time the pain may lessen because someone came along to give us hope and inspire us to give love a second chance. However, in the back of our mind, we already have a backup plan in case anything happens or sometimes we may not even put all our efforts into loving someone with all of our hearts and soul. For those of us who are able to love again without reservation, I applaud the courage you have.