The Fall Back

There’s no easy way to say this. I guess I just need to do it. To get it out there. To let you know that Mr. C and I have decided to part ways.

It’s true. I mourned it. I never thought that what we were building would be over, but it is. I am thankful for the memories. I am thankful for the healthy love and I’m thankful for the friendship. I wish him well in his endeavors and I’m sure he wishes the same.

I’m spending some time alone and regrouping because I do want love and a long lasting relationship based on shared mutual beliefs and principles. Although I thought my dating chronicles were over, it apparently is not. Such is life.

I decided to share this part of my life with you because my loyal readers who’ve been following me understood the trials and drama that I had with dating. They rejoiced when I seemed to meet a nice guy and gasped when he turned out to be a f*ckboy. But, when I met and fell in love with a kind and good man they sighed with me and understood the peace that my spirit felt.

I’m still at peace. It’s a process and while I’m optimistic that love isn’t through with me yet, I wanted you to find comfort in knowing that it is never too late. It’s never to late to give your heart back to love.

I believe in love. Love believes in me. I believe that what God has for me is just for me.

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31 Replies to “The Fall Back”

  1. That is so sad to hear. In God’s grace, I hope that your heart could heal from this heartbreak. Some love isn’t meant to be. Thank you for sharing this. I hope you well.
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      1. It was. It was a healthy relationship with a healthy breakup. There was no disrespect, infidelity or abuse. Time was the villain or lack of it. But, I’m thankful for it all.

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      1. LOL really? He’s still a great guy and I wish him well. There was no disrespect, infidelity or abuse. I’m just going to have to discover love again and that’s the interesting part.

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  2. For the record, there’s nothing wrong with sadness during this period. Even some tears and a little regret. Even if you never have any of these emotions, I love that you are taking a positive approach (most people do not). It shows a lot about your character. Breakups can truly suck, but you’re making the best of it, and all of us should use you as an example on how to handle when things don’t go our way. While I know you wished it had worked out, like you said, love is not done with you my friend…. not even a little bit.

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    1. Thanks Jay. I survived divorce and this is not as bad. My friend said it was a healthy relationship and a healthy break up. I had to remember that. I’m thankful for the experience of discovering who I am after having been supported

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  3. Sis…I would say I’m devastated but I know that you are one smart cookie and your decisions are sound.
    I’m sure you’re sad but YOU and your little Munch come first.
    We are warrior sisters and although I hurt for you, I wish for a silver lining. 😘💗

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