The brain is a beautiful sexual organ. It needs to be treated as such! Just as you would care for physical wounds on the body, one must care for the wounds in the brain.
General Relationship Ponderings
This is beautifully written. I am actually almost in tears, dear. Thank you for expressing yourself and these thoughts with such poise and grace. I fully agree, and as cheesy as it sounds, what came to my head was “I Would Do Anything for Love”.
Living in a desert, this hits me hard. The imagery is fantastic. Your writing style has a beautiful flow and csrries a powerful message. Thank you.
In reply to Buck. “I see it as consensual and aware interdependence.” I am the sort of person who translates words in my head to fit the meaning of what the person is trying to say…but I really love how you phrased that! Mind if I steal it for future use?
I really like this perspective. I’m a person who thrives on collaborative relationships, whether family, friends, lovers. I want to be wanted by someone I want. and needed in the same way. I don’t see this as co-dependent. I see it as consensual and aware interdependence.
“Most of my loves have been casual. I’m addicted to love. If every love were my all consuming love, I’d be exhausted.” Oh boy howdy, you hit my nail right on the head! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwmLAlEVcWM&ab_channel=Musicandlyrics555
AS a pastor of mine used to say in sermons…”If ya cain’t say amen, say OUCH”!!!!
They ask me, how do you know? How do you discover love? How are you sure they are right for you? How, well, how did -you- know? I mean, you’re in love now, yes? So how did you know when it happened? When what happened? When a bolt of lightning filled with hearts and rainbow …
Sometimes you love someone– and all you receive is their pity. Sometimes you waste your life for someone– and they resent you for it. Sometimes you say, “I’ve always been there for you.”– and they say,”That’s the problem.” Sometimes you adore them– and they are creeped out. Sometimes you craft the most perfect love letter– …
I saw a piece about someone who said something nice— and another someone responded with unkind words, and this made yet another person upset. “(S)he just said something nice. Can’t you just accept that and move on?” After all, they have a point. Being nice is…nice. I wish society could be nicer. Jimmy Stewart once …