I quite like this, makes me appreciate whom I’ve got. Grateful he happens to mesh so well in my life, that he found me when I thought I was about to fall to pieces. That with him life is easier, better, and I’m simply happier. I love him, and I look forward to our future.
I very much appreciate the confirmation that we’re going in the right direction. 🙂
Mark Twain once famously quipped that he could live two months on a good compliment. Most of us, if we’re being honest, find this observation relatable on some level or another. Whether we acknowledge it or not — often women will but men won’t, because to acknowledge it is to admit weakness, vulnerability, and need, traditionally seen as feminine frailties — we all need praise from time to time. It is a basic human desire to be affirmed. Buried within the most secure psyche is a jumble of half-articulated insecurities and a sprawling welter of human needs. That’s why single people (or people in bad relationships) find themselves so often feeling lonely: “people are meant to go through life two by two,” notes Thornton Wilder in Our Town. “‘Tain’t natural to be lonesome.” To be fair, most of us don’t do kind, good, or noteworthy things in our lives for…
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