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Meeting a good man


And it takes everything in you to not walk away. And even when you walk away, you find yourself going back so many times because you miss him.

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You miss the adrenaline rush of high intense emotions. From love to screaming to making up. But then you meet a good guy. And sometimes you even push people away because of it. You wonder how you tolerated such a relationship for Meeting a good man long. And you enter every relationship expecting the worst of someone. You make crazy assumptions and doubt really good people just because of one person.

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Someone treating you this well has got to be too good to be true. So when you get it you reject it. You keep waiting for a fight. But instead, everything gets talked out and explained. He redefines these horrible standards "Meeting a good man" has and he chooses to be the exception. You think they are better off without you but the truth is just as they have made your life better it goes both ways. Your strength and understanding and lack of judgment in everyone is what makes you beautiful.

And when you finally get comfortable and accept this relationship you are going to love this person with everything you have in you.

So you had to try Meeting a good man hard. You had to compete. You had to prove yourself. A moment you trust him to let him that close. I know someone in your past taught you about tough love. They taught you vulnerability is a weakness.

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But all of it has made you more beautiful than you know. And all of it will make the right person appreciate you for overcoming all of it. You begin to realize that relationship that used to define your standard of love was so far from the real thing. Love is not anything that comes in the form Meeting a good man jealousy.

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The right type of love does not play games with your heart or want to see you in pain. Kirsten is the author of But Before You Leavea book of poetry about the experiences we struggle to put into words. The cover and theme for my newest book was inspired by the concept of kintsugi. All that is dark Meeting a good man cracked within us has the capacity to be fixed, to be filled with light. We are never broken.

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