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20 Sep 2006

Att: Rick
Hi Rick

I get what your saying…which is how we as humans are…always expecting something in return but I have learnt not to expect anything anymore and rather appreciate the unexpected. I shall always love my partner, I do not expect anything from him anymore and no matter how much he excludes me in our marriage or lies to me it will not change the love that I feel for him but I do not have to stick around to be treated like that. Granted…it is a condition in that I could be happy again on condition that the lies stop…but if it doesn’t, it does not mean I love him any less…I just cannot live with him and the lies. If my love for my partner is not reciprocated, it does not mean that just because he no longer loves me I will stop loving him but I don’t have to stick around in an unhappy loveless marriage.
I can stop the “groin kicking” by moving on but I can’t stop loving him.
Does that make sense, is that not unconditional love or am I totally confused on this concept?
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CyberShrink
cybershrink

01 Jan 0001

You are right, Excluded, and in a very important respect, that you do not need to stick around to accept a loveless relationship --- NOT to allow his failure to love you properly, to prevent you from finding the love you deserve elsewhere. People should nopt be rewarded for failing to love, or for being uncaring
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