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Three Powerful Lessons About Finding Love From An Unlikely Source

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  1. So many lessons learned…and so often. It’s one of the good things about being human. Lovely post, Lisa.

  2. Love it! So true. ❤️

  3. paescapee says:

    Well timed post for me! Now that the turmoil is over, I’m feeling a little lonely emotionally although clear in my head that I’m so much better off!

  4. JoAnna says:

    This is so true! Wish I’d read these lessons 16 years ago. But I did learn the hard way. I had to love me first. I had to be okay with being single. It took about 5 years, but it was worth the wait!

  5. My observation so far, even though I am just dipping my toe in the water to test it — women have a tendency to wait until they are emotionally ready, yet even after waiting for years many of the women I have encountered may actually be less ready to handle a relationship. They think they are ready, so they go into dating expecting a committed relationship almost immediately, something that can be very disappointing. Guys need to fill that void of affection right away, some in a very wrong way and some in a very innocent way, and just want someone to keep them from being alone, someone who give them that reassuring touch. As you so aptly state, that’s a mistake that leads to compromise and spending time with someone who just isn’t right (and hurting them badly eventually).

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