After delving into that strange bit of dialogue, I decided he was just talking big to try and impress me. Look, I am beautiful and women want me. You should want me too. You never know until you give it a try.
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In a honest attempt to just get it over with, I agreed to meet him at a public park not far from my house. I decided to walk over and save money on gas. He was already there, leaning against his car. When he saw me walking up, he ran over to me and picked me up and put me over his shoulder like a ragdoll. He carefully put me down, his hands sliding to my waist. Red flags everywhere.
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I was uncomfortable. He used my hips to turn me side to side, he spun me around, watching me closely, leering. He seemed vaguely apologetic and we somehow got into a decent conversation about non-creepy things. Thirty minutes passed. This is not so bad, I thought. Weird start, sure, but maybe he is just awkward and has no boundaries. Just then, there was a thunderclap in the distance, foreshadowing I had yet to grasp. In true South Florida fashion, it started pouring rain within minutes. Already completely drenched, we ran to his car and jumped in the back.
We each took opposite sides, as far apart as possible, and I tried to continue our conversation… He took out his penis. I tried to pull my hand back, appalled. Or, I know I would buy a car with all the features that my ex would love and maybe one day she would see that I am changing. I am scared of finding a new apt because I am not sure if I would make the right choice again. I guess what I am asking is, how do i move on again? I am seeing a counselor but every now and then i find myself back in this space again.
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Did you go through this? How did you over come this? I know how a sleepless night can be full of thoughts and overthinking. Thank you for sharing your story and faith in God. I am so sorry about your confusion and inability to make a decision from fear. I believe your question is actually two questions, how do you move on and find yourself, and how do you make decisions without fearing the consequences? You should live confidently in your decisions.
But you cannot make a decision that you will feel confident in until you feel confident in yourself and right now you are probably hurting and not able to think clearly. Wait until you are healed and able to think clearly, and have confidence in the Lord. I would suggest not doing anything BIG regarding life changes or expensive just yet until you feel like you are in a better place.
First, pray and ask God to give you peace, you can ask for specifics that are on your list, he may provide them and that may help you solidify that it was meant to be.
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Then, go confidently. I believe what you mean by avoiding wrong is that you are trying to avoid heartache, headache, trials, difficulties and hardships. But my friend, I have learned through the years life rarely goes our way, there are twists and turns but time goes on and life is full of ups and downs, we cannot upkeep a perfect ideal life.
We get a do-over every single day. So if you do it wrong today, you can do it right tomorrow. Or the next day. Sometimes we have to step out in faith and we cannot be paralyzed in fear if we believe God has a great plan for us. Jobs can be hard, we pray through them and work for men as if for the Lord. Cars are just vehicles that get us to A to B. Instead, work on yourself and who you need to be. It sounds quite exciting to me that you will be getting a new car, moving to a new place and possibly finding a new job.
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You will be in an entirely new space living a new life! You move on day by day. You hold captive your thoughts when they wander to pity or self doubt and you focus on the wonderful things every day brings. It gets easier. I promise one day you will realize you have moved on long ago. Praying for you right now and please let me know if you have other questions, I am happy to help give any advice I can.https://cozutigi.tk
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So I did follow your advice and decided to use the time to make the best choice for a car. I also found two new jobs one as an account manager and the other as a medical sales rep and I just need to finalize the process but will make the choice soon. I also found a new place to live, I move in this week. So changes are coming and I am able to make the choices finally. I am a little confused because before she broke up with me, she looked directly at me into my eyes and told me that she wanted to make this relationship work and our pre-marital counselor and I were convinced. Only to find out that two weeks later that she changed her mind and is leaving.
I guess what I am trying to ask is, how do I forgive her? After hearing of her activities, I froze and now I seemed to have this endless amount of sorrow and pain and I want to move on. I just know that I need to forgive her to move on and I am not sure how that looks or where to start? How did you forgive your ex fiance?
I feel like I am doing all thr right things and throwing myself back to Christ but I just do not know what to do. I am a little lost. Thanks so much for the update, I really appreciate it! I was wondering how you were doing. It also sounds like you are becoming more confident in your decisions too which is great! Actions speak louder than words.
A breakup and time of not being together allows people to move on. We can say one thing but do another, and those actions are saying everything one is truly feeling. Love is a beautiful choice that we choose every day — you deserve someone like that. You will too! I know you will, because we all do. You should pray for her. Pray that she is happy and also pray for your future wife. Forgiveness is an ongoing process. I guarantee one day you will be so happy this happened. Let me know how you are doing! Words cannot express how grateful I am that you wrote this post, and God had led me to it at just the right time in my life.
I had invested 6 years, on and off again, with a man I always knew I would marry since childhood. There were times I would cry out to God in desperation with my face on the floor, feeling absolutely nothing but pain. Contrary to you, I hated night time because I would be left alone with my thoughts; sleepless, anxious, painful nights…until I stumbled upon this blog of yours. God was speaking to me through your post and my spirit feels renewed.
You are right about harbouring bitterness, thanking God most especially, and keeping hope in a brighter future. For 6 years I have been trying to heal and move on, but I could not unless through anger. From the bottom of my heart, thank you so much for blessing us with your story. And I pray that all those who are going through similar situations would have supportive friends just as yours. Hi Ann, Thank you for reading and sharing your heart.
I am sorry about your heartbreak, and I can understand the devastation when plans and dreams suddenly disappear, its like the rug is pulled out from under you. But, I do believe God knows what is best and I look at my own marriage and my husband and I am beyond thankful.