We do any and everything in our powers to get our relationship back to the way it was when we first started it.
We try so hard to reclaim those feelings and the excitement that went along with it that it makes it nearly impossible to let go of a relationship that in our hearts we know is not only dying but on life support. It’s a hard decision to make, sorta like, should I stay or should I go?
Just the other night as we were laying in bed, Sylvia mentioned she would have a late lesson on Thursday evening that wouldn’t end until .
She thought it would be easier for me, if she went home rather than come over late since I get up early each morning. She asked what was wrong, and was so tender with me. I didn’t want to make her feel bad and then have her say she would come out.
That feeling I get when I think about her, when we are not together. It is the feeling of love and how does one describe that.
Yet there’s a few things in my personal life I have to attend to, and that comes first.
But just know if you don’t find me here at Sistahs on the Shelf, I’m ALWAYS reading.
Couple that with the feeling that you really believe in your heart that your partner will change back to his former self and you’ll wake up and discover it was all a very bad dream.
We all go through these feelings, both men and women.