When you love him enough to walk away

I just saw a video on Facebook which said that often a relationship, that once was based on love, breaks because A gives to B what she wants and not what B desires, and vice versa. For example, A might be giving gifts to B while what B desires is time. While this is not completely untrue, it is not completely true either. There are times when one of the partners give all that they have and yet the relationship fails.

If you are going through such a time, here’s what I have to say to you – please walk away while you still love him. Walk away while you can still remember the good times that you have spent with him. Walk away while the chord just has a few knots and is not ablaze. Walk away before everything become dust. And when you do, please don’t blame yourself or your partner for the relationship that went awry. Sometimes it is just not meant to be.

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Don’t Break Up Just Yet

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It is so easy to fall in love. Probably even easier to let your expectations go flying off the room and beyond the mountains and clouds! And even easier to say “let’s quit” when things don’t go your way.

But is that what one should do? Should we not fight our brains that tell us to give up after a fight? 

There is this girl I know. Let me tell you her story today.

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We Hurt Those Whom We Love The Most

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“How can we love someone and still hurt them? Then it’s not true love!” one may want to argue. But we all do. All of us hurt those whom we love the most, and yes, we are also hurt by them. If we are true to ourselves and admit this simple fact, yes, life will be a lot less complex. It happens in almost all relationships – parent-child, best friends, lovers, and husband and wife.

But what is the cause of this?

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The Big J

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Yup, I know. We have all heard of the big ‘O’. But this is the big ‘J’. And it’s a bigger one! God help you if it gets to you. But if you are in love, sooner or later it will.

When you become a couple you feel like being together all the while. You start thinking that only the two of you should be spending time with each other while the rest of the world can do whatever else that they want to. But this doesn’t happen. It can’t happen. There is a world beyond the coochie-coo world.

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