Lonely in Love? How Long to Create a Shared History?

13 Responses

  1. Valuable perspective. 🙂

  2. Masqued says:

    This really hit home for me, thank-you so much for sharing.

  3. Yes, it takes time. Being a woman in my early thirties that wants children, I constantly have to remind myself that it takes time. I can’t jump in where I left off. Thank you for the reminder.

  4. This is awesome, thanks.

  5. Great read, as usual

  6. Wonderful post with some valuable lessons. Forming stronger bonds with people with whom I share past history has been a great healing process for me – old friends, siblings, cousins. It helps lesson the pain of the lost history with my ex-husband. Dealing with the history of the children’s childhood is another matter that I am still working on as I cannot share that with him but can with them. I have learned to try and appreciate the fond memories of their growing years and let go of the hurtful bits (that the strong united family is no more).

  7. Tre Preston says:

    I LIKE this post. Honest and raw. Great read. And a great number. 5 years. Great point to bring up regarding the holidays. This is nice. If you were to put a time limit on how long people should be in a relationship/date bwfore getting married, what would you say? Thanks for the read!!

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