A True “Falling Out of Love” Story

Two lives passing by each other…

One wondering what they are doing together. The other trying to understand what happened. It’s a place of deep emptiness within the confines of a shared residence.

People going about their routines without a care for what the other feels.

It’s a zone of superficial interactions spiked with conflicts. Any hope of happiness has surrendered.

Attempts at communication are often taken out of context and misunderstood.

There is nothing more lonely.

Two separate lives passing by each other. Both quietly wanting something more from the other;…a glimmer of hope,…a crumb of deep caring,….a kind word, …but it never comes.

The relationship died by simply giving up.

It’s the echo chamber of emptiness, with anger, guilt and sadness, all participating to break your heart.

Regret is all that’s left.

There is no happy ending because each person waited for the other to change.

Don’t let this be your “falling out of love” story too.

What people don’t know is crushing their marriages and their happiness.

Divorce is devastating to finances and emotional lives. It’s the enduring legacy that gets passed down to children, because we all model what we experience from our parents interactions.

There is always far more at stake than people realize.

The success of your love-life deserves your full and immediate attention.

Your willingness to learn what will turn your situation around is where it starts,
Reach out and talk with me.

 

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot.
Nothing is going to get better. It’s not. –Dr. Seuss