Dating and the waiting game tips on dating a single mom
At first, you envelop yourself in the refuge of self-sufficiency and welcome the ability to relearn who you are. I love discovering those qualities and skills that I lost in my toxic relationship.I love finding my voice again and expressing myself.Fresh-faced and bright-eyed, I showed up to college ready to take on the world. Long story short, let's just say I ended up in a pretty toxic, dysfunctional relationship for almost 2 years.Unhappy without understanding and self-destructive in my oblivion I trudged through this bond with the mantra "I can make this work, I love him." Don't get me wrong, I love love and I believe in it, but I learned the hard way that love doesn't beat all; there are some ghosts from the past and skeletons in the closet that love simply can't defeat.Self-discovery and introspection are so integral to harmony in your life and sometimes having a significant other ends up only an added distraction.So I've adopted a new philosophy and a new perspective.
Here is where the age-old saying, "time heals all wounds," manifests in your life and more than ever have I realized the truth of that adage.How do you really get out of the past when you're unsure of the future?