Stress from heartbreak grief can flood the body with hormones, specifically Cortisol, which causes that heavy-achy-feeling you get in your chest area.
We look longer at things we find more attractive.
The fear of being too happy because you think something tragic is going to happen soon is called Cherophobia.
Don’t tell me that you love me, because anyone can tell me that. Tell me that I make you tear up with anger and frustration, but at the end of the day you still want to lay down next to me, put your arms around me, and sleep.
—Unknown (via psych-facts)