JULY 12 COLUMN
When a romance crumbles and fades, human beings experience a range of emotions which, if followed closely, always comfortably collapses on the sanctuary of our hearts. It is who we are.
Heartbreak does not have any age limits. On the contrary, personal experience strongly suggests, at least for me, heartache hurts more as you get older.
Trust is built. So is relying on someone. And a sense of hope.
In a strictly plutonic fashion — sorry: just had to clarify — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s walk down the steps from his red-brick chalet was something I saw as having a romantic tone.