It was a very nice speech Kevin. Filled with things you have been told here, or in your books, and maybe by your priest, for months.
When you actually live it for real, and over time, it'll mean great progress. For some reason when I read these lengthy pieces by you and know you have not lived them, it sort of hits me wrong. Like I'm playing a game with my dad when he'd quit drinking, again, and wanted applause...now when he was sober for 90 days and then a year, that got me looking and clapping and feeling gratitude and joy.
Edited by 25yearsmlc (08/17/0904:07 PM)
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I look so forward to the day when I'll be telling people to check out K4D's thread, because holy cow, has he turned his sitch around.
What do you think, Kev, by Christmas??
And in fairness to you, I won't say that anymore. And I apologize--even though I do think someone like LR1 could really learn from what's gone on w/you. But if I direct someone here, I'll word it in a positive way.
You know I'm rooting for you!!
Me - 45 D - 19 D - 17 S - 14 S - 13
Infact, when you truly love someone, you should already be happy with your life and that person be a compliment to it, not the foundation for it.
In my opinion, if you really believe this, you are getting it. It is counter to the movies, the romance novels, the TV shows.... All of the soulmate, and "he completes" me stuff! A couple does become greater than the sum of the parts, but it's because of their differences and uniqueness, not because they become the same person!
Jeff The poster formerly known as dry_heat
Me-49 D 11/30/09 S12,16,21,22 Current:Wandering Poster 56-Take a step that is new... Where the Rockettes Play!