I am a retired from working at the Defense Department and i am also a vet. I live with my spouse and 2 dogs. We have a e-commerce store Uniquethingsthingsonline.com. We live in Florida now but came from New Jersey. I am writing a teen book
Friends can be good for a relationship, but at the same time, they can wreak havoc and you might not even realize it. Friends mostly have good intentions, except if they want the person you’re in a relationship with or they are jealous because of your relationship. Friends with good intentions, without realizing it, can cause problems in a relationship because of their view of what they think of your relationship. I will say that most of their views come from the person in the relationship. Think about it; without you telling them, how would they know? Friends can only see what a couple puts out there for the world to see.
The first thing I did when I woke up was reach over and grab my little black book. I turned to the first page with my logo, tagline, and mission statement, and smiled as my mind drifted to me running my own company.
Sex is a physical act that requires at least one person, depending on your sexual preferences. The sex I want to talk about involves two people engaging in the act. I think of sex like an abstract picture where each person who looks at it has a different view of it. Sex can add another dimension to a relationship but also can be the destroyer of it.
A physical attraction is the thing that appeals to you when you meet someone, so our eyes is the first way someone is decided upon. Once the person is physically attractive, you decide to get to know the person. A lot of people say looks don’t matter, and that’s not true. What is true is that the person’s looks may be something you can live with, and that can only happen if you get to know that person. There is a lot of importance these days on appearance regardless of mental connection. A person will take a glamorous person for appearance and have nothing else in common. It's just the times we live in where physical attraction has become more important than emotional or mental attraction.
When you look back at all the changes that women have made, we cannot be anything but proud of our progression in so many areas. I want to say first that I’m an African American woman who is now a senior. I served in the military and grew up in Harlem. The statement above pertains to all women of every color, but for African American women it has been a labor and it still is.
The first thing you do when you hear the words, "It's over" is pause and not believe that you’re hearing those words. You then ask, "Why?" while inside your heart is breaking and your mind is trying to figure out where this is coming from. When you hear those words, you try to figure out where you went wrong or if there were any signs. Yes, of course there were signs, but most of the time you didn’t get the hint. There are always signs. The person saying the words cannot have acted the same as when there was mutual love in the relationship unless that person is a very good actor/actress. There were signs you chose to overlook hoping they weren't real. When you hear those words you ask the familiar questions: "Who is the person, what can that person do for you that I didn’t and what did I do wrong?" Do those questions really matter? When you look back and think about those questions you’ll wonder if you really wanted to know or if that was just an automatic reaction to not knowing what to say. But that’s looking back after the pain.
When you’re unhappy and know that no matter how hard you both try the relationship is over, how do you tell someone that it is best to separate? There’s no easy way, unless you just don’t care about the person or relationship.
I have taken you from imagination to publishing in my writing experience. What I will talk about now are all the things I did wrong. Writing is not as easy as people think. There's more to than just sitting down and putting words on paper. If it was that easy, then everyone would be a rich published author. The truth is, writing is just part of the equation to getting books into a customer’s hands.