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How to Avoid Having Your Heart Broken on Valentine’s Day

Let’s start with the love letter you should have gotten a long time ago. The love letter I have longed to write. A letter about you and me, from my heart to yours, connected.

I am alone in my room. I am writing this love letter about you and me. About our connected hearts, vulnerability, weakness, despair, and curiosity. About the desire to be heard and seen.
I am alone in my room. I am writing this love letter about you and me. About our connected hearts, vulnerability, weakness, despair, and curiosity. About the desire to be heard and seen.

What are you thinking right now? What are you doing? Are you listening to music? What kind of music are you listening to? Where do you live? What other sounds do you hear? Is your heart connected to another heart? Do you have a sore throat or a headache? Are you scratching your head, rubbing your eyes right now? Are you tired but happy? Is anyone with you right now? Perhaps someone calling you? Is that a Facebook update? Are you planning to wash your hair tonight? Have you thought about you and me lately? Are you considering having your heart broken on Valentine’s day?


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Do you remember what you were reading or searching on the Internet when you found this letter? Please, think for a second. Are you reading this to kill time, or do you feel you know me, or follow me, or are you just intrigued? I would love you to give me the latter answer.

Now, that I have challenged you to ask yourself questions, you can ask me questions, too. Would you like to know why I am writing to you? Do you think I am lonely? Or happy? Am I afraid of losing you?


The words that change the status of your heart from broken to free on Valentine’s day

My dear, you have not landed on this letter by chance. Obviously, there is no algorithm that will keep you on a rookie writer’s page unless you understand the message behind the letters on this screen. Because, you know, the strong energy that connects our hearts drips through the funnel of this article, pours out from my heart to the screen and into your heart. And so my words reach your soul, since words are the bells of life tolling. And now I am grabbing your heart with both hands and I am hugging it to my chest until you consider our connection. See, I am not letting you go.


This is not another self-discovery rant. It is a love letter. Therefore, for you only, I have set a wake-up call. I somehow know who you are and how you arrived. I also know the reason why you are still here, on my page, in my virtual home: you are hungry to be seen when you read my articles. You want to read my pieces about you. Similarly, I am equally eager for your thoughts and feelings. Please share them with me.

Connected hearts, and the desire to be heard and seen.
Connected hearts, and the desire to be heard and seen.

A love letter about our connected hearts

These words are about you and me. About our vulnerability, weakness, despair, and curiosity. About the desire to be heard and seen. I don’t know how to post quizzes and insert motivational videos in my pieces. Maybe I will learn. I am simply writing from my heart right now. Our shared words on this screen are an invitation to connect.

A signal we are already connected is that you haven’t left this page yet. We are sharing the pulsation of these words now. We both feel the vibe, the love I am sending using my clumsy words (in Romanian, the word we use for clumsy is “lefty”.) I am a lefty, too. You can make me happy today by putting a smile on your lovely face, the lovely face I hold in my hands when I embrace happiness. I did my best to help us avoid having our hearts broken on this Valentine’s day.

I am from Bucharest, Romania. Where are you from? Who are you?

Would you be my Valentine?


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Vivi has been writing about the process of self-realization through mindfulness and compassion since the age of six. She has dedicated her last years to helping people know themselves and live their best life. In addition, Vivi has taught around 10,000 students since 1990, and she blogs about the role of cooking at the intersection of food and self-mastery using simple recipes and copyright food photos. Subscribe to this site to stay updated with new posts on living the best life.

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How to Avoid Having Your Heart Broken on Valentine's Day
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How to Avoid Having Your Heart Broken on Valentine's Day
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This is a letter you should have gotten a long time ago. A letter about you, your soul, human real and virtual connection, love, weaknesses and strengths, all expressed in vibrant and incredibly powerful words. Connect to the writer and to your own soul in a festive and heart-warming way. Feel the vibe. Don't miss your letter!
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