Hey Robert, I cheated on my first wife about fifteen years ago and I felt horrible about it. But I never let myself feel that. Instead, I decided to blame her for my actions.
“When she backhanded me in the mouth until I lost consciousness.”
“We connected in a way I didn’t think was possible & he made me feel something I had never felt.”
Letting go is trying to hold on to your future and not re-write the past. It is trying to figure out when you started to mean something, when the lies stopped, when you were not just playing ‘make-believe.’
When you cheat what you leave them with is a strength they didn’t even know they had and they know they can overcome anything.
I ring the buzzer for apartment 406, then take a couple steps back to get a better view of the building.
Even though they may want to be committed when they start off, as they settle into the relationship they eventually start to see what commitment means and they find it difficult to keep up
Do you still need revenge?
Loving someone is being there to pick them up when they fall. Not some crappy textbook “happy ever after” lie.
At some point, I hope you’ll one day understand the real meaning of love and everything else that it entails.