14 Replies to “When Common Sense Rules”

  1. I think you have to find what holds you there. If it’s shared bad habits or fulfills a need you have to be belittled start to walk away. The “pros” beating the “cons” is a good barometer.

  2. If you’re in a bad fight with someone but they insist on trying to stay in your life somehow, don’t throw them away. They are also fighting to remain relevant to you.

  3. i believe you should never, never, never give up on someone you love. You don’t have to be involved or insert yourself into their life, if they don’t want you there, but you can think positive thoughts about them and pray for them.

  4. Can’t refuse to be sorry or wrong all your life, even saying sorry even tho your not wrong is a true blessing to your spouse. Life can be hard as hell simetimes, we make MISTAKES that is life. Mt spouse is my best friend and only true friend, yes when we agree we both say stupid things that make it worse. Too much concentration on bad things instead of all the good things that came threw the years. In my own defence I’ve been trying to show how the simple things in life are taken for granted, but she chooses to take it as actions against her. I do all I can for her and count on her, we can’t be perfect. Spent two weeks apologizing offered solutions to no avail. Can’t even be the least bit wrong. My job socks too many hours, but it provides for us. I LOVE MY WIFE, support her every way I can, sorry she is perfect!

  5. You Don’t Need To Explain Yourself
    Give yourself permission to immediately walk away from anything that gives you bad vibes. There is no need to explain or make sense of it. Just trust the little inner voice when it’s telling you. — Unknown

  6. Yes . I’m having to do at after giving 35 years of my life to someone who only ever cared about himself. He’s bled me dry financially, physically and now emotionally. Life’s hard .. Wish I had learnt this lesson years ago

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