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Let’s break it down:
I met a man exactly a year ago, and I haven’t seen him face-to-face since that first meeting. We had exchanged emails and connected via Facebook, later exchanging numbers. The extent of our communication quickly became a message every 3 or 4 months, in which he’d ask: “How you been?”
After the generic conversation, he’d go ghost again.
So on our “meet-i-versary,” he sends a text asking
One of two things can happen during a struggle; either the couple can drift apart or they will find that a stronger and even more exciting and passionate bond has developed. The difference between these 2 results is simple. Did the couple blame or lash out their anger on each other or did they seek counsel and comfort from each other?
Our intimacies follow where we go for comfort and counsel. This goes for men and women equally. No matter what method is our favorite for receiving this, the result is the same.
With that knowledge we find that couples have the power to get the relationships they want, instead of letting go of the guide rope of their relationship and letting it land where it will. If your relationship is a boat, and you have paddles, sails, and a rope that you know will lead you wherever you make them, why would anyone sit back and just let the currents take over? You might land on a beach that ends up being a deserted island, or a rocky cliff, or the Arctic tundra. Or yeah you might find your way back to civilization. But why leave your destination to chance, when you have the power in your hands to go EXACTLY where you want to?
Couples: It’s all on the two of you at this point. You’re in the boat together and either you’ll work together to steer your love in the right direction or you’ll destroy each other. You decide.
Author: Jessica Bordelon
Passionate, powerful, & gentle, she is an artist that captures the strength , power & energy of femininity in its purest form.