When I saw Esther Perel’s continuum summarizing a Relationship Accountability Spectrum, I was like, “Holy FUCK! Ghosting?! That is exactly what has happened over the last year! That is what she did! That is how I feel and behave! I’m not crazy or irrational!”Read More Thoughts on Ghosting by Esther Perel
My vow was simple: I’ll take any slings and arrows. I promise I’ll be there. We are partners and I’ll always share everything I have with you. I’ll protect you and keep you safe.
My vow came with a white horse and silver bullets for every problem.Read More 17: Broken Promises
Oops! Wait! Let me take off my rose-colored glasses.Read More Thoughts on Unfounded Loyalty and Post #13: I’m Proud of ©
You either own your fear and anger or your fear and anger own you. – Sean Kinney
I’m immensely proud of C. Not that it matters but I am going to explain anyway.Read More 13: I’m Proud of ©
I know his morning I will need to take the gloves off if I want to break the Pattern that brought me here. I will have to embrace the role of Villain if I want to be free.
And that scares me.Read More 12: Today’s Court Hearing
If you knew someone’s Partner was cheating, would you tell the man or woman that is being betrayed? What would you do?Read More Thoughts on “I know what I would do” by Walking the Journey
The Thing © risked wasn’t her heart, that’s a cliche, it doesn’t mean anything. She was risking things she never shared with anyone before: her hopes, dreams, ambitions, humiliations, family, reputation, health, body, and passions. She risked the things that define what is most beautiful about her and that she hid from others.Read More Thoughts on Brene Brown’s B.R.A.V.I.N.G. (1 of 4)
What a horrible expectation I place on another person, making them responsible for my safety. When they fail, and across a lifetime they will fail, I punish them for my expectations.Read More 10: Vulnerability
Love is absurd. I would know.Read More 06: Pfaltzgraff and Why Love is Absurd
Cruelty is cheap, easy, and chickenshit. – Brene Brown, Dare to LeadRead More 151: Thoughts on Cruelty