I Don’t Like January(s)

Twists and turns in relationships cause unhappiness, worries, depression, dreams, joy, thrills, and can either help maintain, or destroy them. I have experienced all and still felt the need to try again. Life is out there for us to experience, not all good, but certainly not all bad. I commented to someone here that “you’ll never know until you try”. Not said for the first time by me, but good advice? 

The last two years I’ve had the best and worst of a relationship, constantly changing, but rewarding overall. I took a chance. I am not one to be quiet, (no remarks from the peanut gallery, please) so gave it my all. I don’t regret it.

There’s no funny poem to write. I’m not ready for that. I do not like Januarys.



8 thoughts on “I Don’t Like January(s)

    1. That’s good news, though. I can’t sleep with headache so did another pic challenge. Ten minutes till the coffee grinder and the treadmill just started up. But I can stand the treadmill because it’s not above my bedroom so muted. Oh happy days, eh, Lost?; )

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  1. The first two lines says it all. It can be difficult to leave a long-term relationship, even when our inner-wisdom tells us it’s time to let go. At this point, we can choose let go and endure the intense pain of leaving behind the familiar to make way for a new chapter in our life. Or we can stay and suffer a low-grade pain that slowly eats away at our heart and soul, like an emotional cancer, until we wake up, one day and realize, we are buried so deep in the dysfunction of the relationship that we scarcely remember who we were and what we wanted and needed to be.

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