Not Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

When you’ve experienced some pretty epic relationship failure(s), it’s hard not to expect the worst is just around the corner. When you live with anxiety, it’s hard not to anticipate the worst. When you’ve survived cruel abuse, it’s hard to believe that someone can be that authentic and that good to you.

I’m choosing to go with hard and believe that this is really that good.

4 thoughts on “Not Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop”

  1. It’s hard to believe something good came happen. I never went through abuse, but I’ve handled my fair share of rejection, and it’s still amazing to me the guy I’m with is still hanging around. Good things do happen (:

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