Hi, my name is Tada Foreman I currently run a blog called A Women's Voice. I write about different topic and issues that affect Everyday life. The goal is to help those overcome their struggles. I created this blog to help heal the world.
The marriage would come years later, but it’s a story behind that, first; let me tell you about why I decided to stay. Well, I had thought that I had found the right man. He was so cunning and warm with his words and so charming with the southern ways I fell totally in love with him. He did all the right things. And every day I fell more and more in love with him.
In the pursuit of love, I have found it to be inconsistent and inconceivable. I don’t believe true love exists; oh no, who am I kidding? I’m the epitome of a hopeless romantic. In most cases, we rush into relationships very quickly without knowing the actual characteristics of a person.
When love has an expiration date it will fall on death ears, we as women will ignore the warning signs even though red flags have been obvious to us we pretend that we don't see it and somehow will go away. So we run from the truth because we do not want to be wrong about this relationship. In hope of some miracle to happen when in fact it's a total disaster and we know it. Why do we stay for the pain? And why haven't we've checked out? Because it looks like they have. And when we allow this type of behavior they seem to do more and more damage and cause more and more pain.
We often carry around a lot of old dirty baggage that no longer serves us. And initially, we serve it for so long that we lose ourselves, our purpose, our willpower to live, and have a healthy productive life. I've come to an understanding that I have brought that baggage into my personal life and relationships, without realizing it would have a very negative outcome in my future relationships.
So as I embrace my summer vacation I can't help but think about all the things I would love to achieve. I have so many goals lined up that they seem impossible but nevertheless, I'm up for the challenge. So while I sip on my morning joe it's time to do a little pondering over my next steps, and how can I balance my children and my life.