Fantasy Slapped By RealityScrolling through the most recent story posts I happened across this group. I've seen it many times but never felt compelled to join or write a story. I've got a bit of spitfire in me today... stand back if you don't like it hot.
I'm separated and going through a divorce and custody fight. He wasn't my soul mate and I knew when I said "Yes" he wasn't my soul mate.
You see, I don't believe in soul mates.
I know... how unromantic, right?
Here's the thing... I'm complete without a man to be intimate with.
I want to be intimate with a man though, I want to share the big and little parts of my day. I want that closeness that comes from cuddling, laying in bed together on a Saturday morning or sweating it up together late on a Friday night. Just because I do NOT have that doesn't mean I'm lacking anything as a person.
Being in a relationship is work like anything else in life.
Growing up ~ work
Going to school ~ work
Behaving ~ work
Friends ~ work (sometimes)
College ~ work
Work for money ~ work
Cleaning house ~ work
Doing laundry ~ work
Learning ~ work
Relationships ... you got it, work.
It's my belief, that when the time is right, someone who compliments, not fills the voids but compliments me and I him, will come into my life. I will then decide, as well as he, that we care/love/adore each other so much that we will WORK to be together through the good times and bad, good health and bad, heartbreak and joy ... for as long as we both shall live.
Commitment is ... work.
If I want the benefits of a 'Soulmate' I have to be willing to work for it. I don't believe it's some fairytale princess and prince who live happily ever after. Don't we wish...?
Some of the stories in this group are cute... like a watching a child have a crush on another child but the majority of them to me are fanciful ... if we ba
I hope that's not the case, I hope everyone with a romantic heart and a loving spirit find that special someone who COMPLIMENTS you and is willing to help balance each other out.... I hope...