Today I met someone with bad luck in love. She had so many theories about the cause: the city she was in, sexuality, the fact that she was living with her partner when it turned bed, the fact that they met in a shopping mall.
Clearly the right path to love is to avoid meeting people in shopping malls! 🙂
This kind of magical thinking gets you nowhere except more pain. Just pick people who are good to you. It doesn’t matter about the mall, or whether there’s sex, or what city you live in. Just choose people who are good to you, and don’t be afraid. A life lived in fear is a life half-lived.
How do I convince myself that four years spent with a partner who committed for life, then walked out completely, weren’t a terrible waste? Is the learning experience worth the possibility that I will not have a child with a primary co-parent?
It’s time to stop being so hard on yourself.
YOU ARE FORGIVEN.
OK, you made a bad choice.
What’s important is, how will you find happiness?
Letting the “what if” game run in your head isn’t helping.
At least you didn’t get hit by a car! 🙂 <3 <3 :)
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