So thank you very much for the constant support and feedback.
I am currently shopping a few pieces around, trying to get them published.
Well, I don't want to say I got "dumped." But he was the one struggling.
My POV is that you can make anything work as long as you're in it together. One thing that has helped immensely is a book a co-worker randomly suggested I read a few weeks ago, prior to the breakup even happening.
Which means that you can't really have the man you want.
He can't sit around talking with you, or dream about marriage and family, if his mind is on how to make money, how to get a better position, how to be the kind of man he needs to be for you."Stability is important to you, but you'd rather build the foundation of your relationship together, no matter the man's station in life.
It's impossible for us to focus on the two-- we're just not that gifted, sorry."He goes on to say they don't necessarily have to be completely established or at the end of their road, so long as they are on the track to achieving their goals and they feel secure in their position. In hindsight, this makes so much f'ing sense I feel stupid.
It's pretty much (in most ways) the reason NONE of my relationships have worked out thus far. Maybe someone needs to adjust their picker, huh Lindsey?
- your one-stop shop for perspectives, rants, musings and...yeah, probably shopping.
It's basically a place for me to write all the crazy lil' thoughts and ideas that spill out of my brain on the regular.
Except for one…he gets my snarky humor and can roll with it. I’m in no rush to jump into a relationship, it’s just nice to have someone to chat with.
Seems like a nice guy, but it’s so hard to tell through text.
As a former newspaper reporter, she was honored by her peers with eleven journalism awards, including first place news writing for The Texas Press Association.