Yeah I have had my heart broken many times. By family members, friends, crushes, but not by what I would call a real relationship.
My father has broken my heart more than anyone..... I've had some of my siblings break my heart as well. Also along with what Lenora said about having her heart broken by how some people are just so cold, the same goes for me. All of my friends have broken my hear except one who I am still friends with. One of my friends I became extremely close to fro two years....we both liked each other. I had told him that I had strong feelings for him, but his parents didn't want him to tell me how he felt because we were both so young at the time. After a while I just got sick of waiting on something that I doubted would ever work. I ended up showing interest in someone else, next thing I know my friend is telling me he has always been in love with me, and that he still loves me. At the time though my attention and affection had already been transferred to someone else(someone who was giving me the attention that I had never gotten from my friend: the attention that I had always wanted) and I didn't feel like I could go back. I told him this, and ended up breaking HIS heart. However, shortly after I begin to realize that I had always loved him, that I had always cared for him so much more and that if I had only waited I would have had everything. I realized that my infatuation with this new guy was not really love, and he wasn't right for me. The guy I was "bf, gf" with at the time must have come to a similar conclusion as far as we were not right for each other goes because he ended things with me. By then, it was too late to go back to the friend that should have been with. Even though I tried, it was too late because I had already put him through such rejection that he had moved on. In the end I ended up with a broken heart, but its getting better now. This all happened a good while back. I do regret everything though. Its all been a bit much for me and mostly I'm not happy with how I handled it all. I've always been fragile. Always. I had been, and continue to be hurt by my dad that I didn't want things in my "love life" to not work out. However I believe that heartbreak is un-avoidable, and inevitable. Sure its no fun, but just about everyone has been through some kind of heartbreak. You just have to remember that its not the end of the world, that you still have a purpose for your life, and that things will work out in over time. The good thing about heartbreak is that it makes us stronger, and helps us find out what we really want/who we really want to be with. IMO.