Reading your reply inspired me to look at my own life once again and how I am conducting myself. I honestly have to say I am not pleased on how I see myself these days and you have given me a gentle reminder about the importance of selfcare. If we tend to ourselves, even just a bit, it is easier to see things around us in a more gentle and loving way. Perhaps it helps us to make better choices as well.
As for the post Anyone, I have been married to a man, have two children with him, left the marriage for many reasons(mostly we were so unhappy), came out as a lesbian and work three jobs. My ex husband and I have learned to forgive and respect each other and our roles as parents. Our children are getting older and are beautiful. My lesbian relationship……ah my heart still belongs to someone but we never worked out and my jobs…..I wouldn’t change my career.
Anger is draining, it hurts and I have learned how beautiful one can look if they replace anger with love. Sometimes it is time to let someone go, not for them, but for you.
Thank you for all your similar views. As I read them I completely agree and I always have. There are those red flags and more as I think about it and though I think it is best to walk away I can’t help think how sad it is that she will is in this state.
Thank you for your thoughts, time and the gentleness you expressed in Matt, Gwen and Rebecca.
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