But you got tired of it, you got tired of all of it. You got tired of doing things for me, you got tired of loving me. You got tired of my smile, my voice, my laughter, my touch, my love, you got tired of me.
I met the love of my life, but I wasn’t the love of yours.
I want you.
Not the you that I have to say goodbye to.
But the you that’s going to marry her.
The idea that “all you need is love” is a colossal trap that will doom your marriage from the start. I know.
Marriage as a business deal. While most of the class struggled to dissociate the idea of marriage without romance attached, it immediately clicked with me.
“I invest financially in our long term future. It’s a boring answer, but it’s certainly a stark difference and something I’d never do for someone I wasn’t planning on spending “forever” with.”
Once the heartbreak subsides, divorce can actually liberate you.
Maybe it’s time to face your fears and prepare to move forward in your life. Facing your fears builds self-esteem and courage.
“When my granddaughter looks into my eyes, and asks me a question. There’s no feeling like it. She feels like I am this endless source of wisdom, which is both flattering and untrue. That is what love is for me.”
“Do you think all dogs go to heaven?”