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Break apart, pull apart, tear apart

 
 
Reply Tue 7 May, 2019 10:41 am
Which of the following sentences is/are correct?

1) Her betrayal with one of my best friend is tearing me apart.

2) Her betrayal with one of my best friend is breaking me apart.

3) Her betrayal with one of my best friend is pulling me apart.

If all three are possible, do they share the same meaning?

Thank you.
 
PUNKEY
 
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Reply Tue 7 May, 2019 11:19 am
@paok1970,
“Tearing me apart” is the only idiom phrase that works with your sentence meaning.

“Breaking my heart” would do.

“Pulling at me” could also be used but it’s not that common.

(Add s to friend- “one of my friends”
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Reply Tue 7 May, 2019 09:20 pm
Journey

"Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'"

You make me weep and wanna die
Just when you said we'd try

Lovin', touchin', squeezin' each other
When I'm alone all by myself
You're out with someone else
Lovin', touchin', squeezin' each other

You're tearin' me apart
Every, every day
You're tearin' me apart
Oh what can I say?
You're tearin' me apart

It won't be long, yes, till you're alone
When your lover, oh, he hasn't come home
Cause he's lovin', who he's touchin',
He's squeezin' another

He's tearin' you apart
Every, every day
He's tearin' you apart
Oh girl what can you say?
Cause he's lovin', touchin' another
Now it's your turn girl to cry!
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na na
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