The reality is that we all change whether we like it or not.
I’m not convinced that there is much of any point to this post, save to put on paper a couple of things that happened to me, probably just to sort them out in my own mind.
The word “relationship” often gives rise to connotations of sexual or romantic entanglements, but in reality, its true meaning is very broad. The reality is that you have a relationship with everybody that ever crosses or crossed your path.
proof positive that in the hands of amateurs, my jokes are dangerous.
I know I could have called it over. If I bent over and rubbed my fingers together, I suspect I could have made a little fluffy butty buddy. But, then I thought of the potential circumstances.
there have been rare occasions that I was fortunate enough to have been with a special woman who has made me a better man.
For anybody reading this thinking that I'm out of touch, let me ask this rhetorical question; in which world would you rather live?
on my social media page, I asked a question: "If I were to write a blog post answering questions about men that women would like to ask, what would you ask?"
Yes, gars and goyles, this post will be, yet again, about my narcissistic ex-wife (or "nex" as my new support group would refer to her). This time I want to focus on how such significant others strive to isolate their partners.
Relationships should be held precious in a society, and it is up to all of us to protect them.