Love

Coming to terms with the fact that your spouse or partner has cheated on you is perhaps one of the worst feelings ever. But once you know what has happened, how do you react to it? And more importantly, do you shut out that person from your life completely or do you try to make things work again? That is a very tough decision to make because it reflects a lot on your own character, on how you deal with things, and what message you want to pass on to your kid, if you have one.




Love, at times, is an all-engulfing passion and often, one of the first things it consumes is our identity. Although it is not something that we consciously do, sometimes we invest so much into a relationship that we forget the most important thing—being our natural self.




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I appreciated every happy moment that we had.  I did not know how long it was going to last.  I did not know when I would get into one of my moods.  Just when you think everything was falling into place.  We briefly separated.  The short time he was gone I was lucid enough to know that, I wanted to make it work.  I love this man, even through this time of turmoil.  I wanted to save my relationship.




You have to learn to teach yourself something that I call common sense love.  What does that mean?  Making sure you are alert and not naïve or unrealistic.  We are humans who are prone to error.  We make mistakes and at times we are repeat offenders with our mistakes.  Teaching yourself to change your though process is difficulty but that is ultimately what I want you to do, change your way of thinking.