Breakups are never fun, and they almost always take an adjustment of some kind. If it ends badly, we often come out of it with a lot of regrets or issues that we need time to mull over, but fortunately, once we work through them, we usually end up learning a lot about ourselves. These are the kind of lessons that influence your future relationships, allow you to give your friends advice, and just might be the wisdom you pass down to your children one day.
Needless to say, whether we come out of a breakup feeling relieved or heartbroken, we usually walk away with understanding we didn't have before. I've learned that it's okay if it's not meant to be; a relationship is about being with someone that makes you happy, not about proving a point. What's the biggest lesson you've learned from a relationship?