Question (again): this does not bother me but I know other people have it too and I wonder if anyone actually has an explanation for it: the tearing up when writing or speaking things which really are only mildly emotional or even just nice without anything vaguely ‘weeeeiiihhhh’ worthy about it (weih is how you write the crying sound in Dutch). All I did was call my friend an adorable cupcake (she is) and there goes the tear down my cheek. It’s very odd and as far as I know I have always ‘done’ this. Can anyone explain?
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Some people can forgive, some people cannot. I do think the marriage is salvable. However, what comes across the letter writer, is how unhappy she is in the marriage. I also see her making a pretty strong judgment on getting out of the marriage, while she feels pressure in going to Couple's Therapy.. Couple's Therapy has to work if both partners are willing to change. I don't see her really wanting to change, and I don't see her wanting to continue in being miserable. I do think it is better that she walks away from the marriage, no matter if it is a bad choice or a good choice.. She has pretty much wants a change..
It is interesting to watch the tactics of the Democratic Party. They are ruthless and nothing is off the table and this is just them fighting among themselves. This is a knife fight for power, they lost it, now they have it. Is there anyone who bothers to read or listen to more than the voicing mouth (MSM not understand what we are doing. We are letting the fox into the chicken coop. The Scorpion on the frog. If you think they have your best interests at heart, read more, insult less, as the fable says, they can not help themselves
Ugh. I did the ice bucket challenge. It sucked