Heartbreak is something many of us experience at some point in our lives but no matter how many times we go through it, it always hurts like hell.

"A social rejection hijacks the part of our brain that signals pain to say, 'Hey, this is a really serious situation,' because just like physical pain, the consequences could be there," Dr. Ethan Kross, of the University of Michigan's Emotion & Self Control Lab, told the Washington Post in October on the effects of heartbreak and rejection.

With this in mind, we asked a few Torontonians about their experiences with heartbreak. View the video at The Huffington Post.