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Fred and I have known each other in a roundabout way for years. We are supposed to finally get together for coffee soon. I know he is trying to get out of a “sticky” relationship that he has been in since 2012. He owns a business and has another part time job as well. I feel we are meant to be together finally this year. I am 55 years old and am a widow since 2002.
Thank you, Doris
I immediately heard the Beatles sing, “We can work it out,” upon reading your question. I am now hearing the song lyrics, “It appears to be a long time,” and “Long and winding road.” My guides are adding, “The journey is long and hard, with boulders and rocks along the way.”
What all the above means is this relationship is not an overnight success. It took a long time just to meet for coffee and for some reason I feel lots of delays with that. I’m not sure if the delays are in the past or present. I just heard two Jim Morrison songs, “Take it easy baby, take it as it comes,” and “Let it roll, baby, roll.” When there are delays in… Read the rest at Bellesprit Magazine
This is a question singles ask me a lot during a reading; the answer varies with each individual. I understand how frustrating it is to be single, to have your heart ache, and want to meet someone special, because I didn’t meet my mate until my late forties. When I look back over my life, I can honestly say that I was usually happier being single than some of the relationships I had been in. Those relationships I was in that taught me a lot of AFGE. What’s an AFGE? Another F*cking Growth Experience!
Fifteen years ago I used to live across from the Wharton fire department in NJ, US. I often ask a question before going to sleep and get answers in my dreams. One night, I decide to ask my angels and guides, “When will I meet the one?” That night I had a dream where…. Read the rest at SW Experts
Wouldn’t it be nice if love was like it is in fairy tales and “We all live happily ever after?” Alas, life is not. This quote from my one of my books sums up the happily ever after theory, “Relationships are where we humans get our greatest education.” Everyone has positive and negative emotions that need to be expressed appropriately. It’s too bad that we aren’t always taught how to do that in childhood.
Anger is almost always our reaction to circumstances, underneath all that anger is often feelings such as fear, hurt, and sadness. People express anger in different ways that range from the silent treatment to violent rage. It’s important to work on anger issues in order not to hurt others.
I was taught, like many women, that ~ Read the rest at SW Experts