You have him but you need to love yourself more.
Know that no matter what happens next, you have a God who loves you. And there is nothing to fear.
I said “no.” I did what I was always told I was supposed to do. I clearly and emphatically told him to stop. But he ignored me.
You are filled with what ifs and whys.
Today, tomorrow, and the day after next, I’ve chosen to see the road ahead as a promise of hope. Of possibility. And I’m going to trust that path—wherever it may lead.
Life is about more than work and marriage and success. It’s about being a good person. It is about appreciating every person that enters and exits your life whilst you have them. It is about living a wholesome life tailored to you. It’s about making mistakes and learning from them. It’s about falling in love with the wrong people so when the right ones come along you know how to appreciate them.
I know I’m imperfect, but I believe that you wouldn’t want me any other way.
Mistrust can come in many forms, from suspecting partners of infidelity, to fearing that they will abandon you emotionally or physically.
When he tells you he loves you, accept the words. Accept the feeling.
I am slowly learning that it is okay to distribute my love with caution.