some people sadly have lived through so much tragedy and so many bad things that when things are going well, they become stressed because, clearly, something will go wrong eventually. They live in fear of the good time ending, and sometimes will self-sabotage relationships so they can hurt their partner before their partner can hurt them.
find a soulmate if you can, but it’s more important to find a partner who is willing to work with you on the relationship.
What I really needed was somebody to slap me upside the head at that age and say, listen, stupid, it’s not the looks, it’s the fun.
Maybe that’s the point to this post. I guess it’s as good as any other point that I can glean from it. In a healthy relationship, be it partner, friends or other, you should want to protect that other person from harm. I have so many friends that I’m so very attracted to (chatting to one as I write this), but I would never want to do anything to harm their relationship to their spouse. That is why they can trust me, and maybe, just maybe, it’s why they do.
it’s also a story of mistakes that are all too common in college, and I’m sad to say, especially for female students. I hated seeing these mistakes repeat themselves when I taught, but what can you really do as a professor?
We all get broken sometimes, but you can get through this. You must, because you are loved.
If I feel like I’m needed, I feel complete. I have no spouse, no children, not even a significant either. I am alone, and so I give what I can. My legacy will not be a child I fathered and raised, but the lessons and love I have given.
Regardless of how much progress I make, without this piece it will never feel like enough.
the fact is that we all know the repercussions of forgetting. That doghouse feels like it shrinks by the year, doesn’t it?
they don’t trust men because so many men have already destroyed the credibility of all of us.