"In a perfect world, when he's with her, he would be wishing he was with me; when he looked at her, he would be looking at me; when he smiled at her, his smile would be for me; when he thought about someone, he would be thinking about me. In a perfect world, he would realize that I'm the one he was supposed to be with & I would still be standing here waiting for him still when he finally knows this. But this isn't a perfect world and people do get hurt. Because how can you give your dreams to someone else, yet share your dreams with me? Sometimes the truest love is the love that can never be"
I have met this amazing man a year ago, he completely changed my life. He made me a better person. He is my equal and he is my world. It is only when I am with him that I feel like I have come home. You are lucky to find this type of love once in lifetime. And I think we all live in hope of just finding it let alone keeping it. It sounds like a fairy tale –when it is anything but- however, sometimes you meet someone and although all the facts and the details seem wrong, they themselves are right for you and you are right for them. I know that although his family might never approve of our relationship, he is the man I want to be with. We might never get married nor have chidren together. But I know that he is a strong man, who knows what he wants and I believe in him, he will make the right decision at the right time. He respects me and loves me so in the best possibly way, it's enough for me.
For me, a marriage is about the legal joining of two lives before God- the completing of my soul. I don’t want children just to have children; I want them to be made in love, a product of my love for my husband. I had my daughter at a very young age with someone I didn’t truly love, and I regret it. Don’t get me wrong, I love my daughter with all of my heart, but I wish at that time, I would’ve waited. Dating can become problematic, in our society people are very open and don't...
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