Maybe if I do this or this, then that feeling or nagging thought will go away. Yet, it never did. You have made sure that every action, every move, and every risk I take is met with a sense of panic.
We know what to say to a woman who has been abused by her male partner. We know how to condemn it, how to demand that it ends. But when I’ve told longtime friends of mine the truth, I see in their eyes that they don’t know what to say.
What am I afraid of? Why is he watching me? Where is he? I feel like I can’t breathe.
Somewhere along the way, things got hard. Maybe it was the distance, maybe it was something or someone else. Whatever it was, the end result is the same: our love for each other isn’t enough to sustain a relationship.
You’re going to read this. Right now.
I wanted to be the proud girlfriend back home but you never let me.
If a woman feels slighted in the most insignificant way, society has people (mostly men) falling over themselves to defend her honor.
It was an incredible experience for me.
So you had a few interview for the job that just seems perfect! Yay!