I have to agree with his wise words. Falling out of love happens little by little then suddenly there’s not enough to hold onto when the storm strikes and you are torn asunder. I’m so lucky to be with my partner now of 6 years. Every day is still our honeymoon, we’re so very grateful to have found and rescued each other. We work consistently every day at our routines established in loving understanding of our joint needs which we check consistently and feedback with utmost honesty and it’s so very refreshing still to have no more worries on the relationship font. Previous long term miseries have informed us and love is a verb and what a wonderful activity it is!

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Mother, author, poet, educator, escapee. Obsessed with finding ease in relationships, health, wellbeing and the juggling of life. alexisbehrend.com

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Alexis Behrend

Alexis Behrend

Mother, author, poet, educator, escapee. Obsessed with finding ease in relationships, health, wellbeing and the juggling of life. alexisbehrend.com

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