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I, just like everyone else, have endured some form of heartache. However, set the pain aside for a moment, I have also experienced the mushy, gushy, don’t want to leave your side love. From tears to smiles, laughter and pain, welcome to Matters Of The Heart.

D Day—Part 2 {Guest Blog}
D Day—Part 2 {Guest Blog}

D Day—Part 2 {Guest Blog}

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Her: “If you want me to get a divorce, I will.” Him: “Lol. No, don’t do that.”

This was the day that all the puzzle pieces aligned, and everything had come together. I understood. I questioned. I drank. I crashed… fast and couldn’t escape the overwhelming emotional devastation. I demanded questions and her responses were so cavalier and casual. She was so unremorseful and nonchalant about the fact that she was cheating. What made matters worse at that moment was that her actions had surpassed the physical actions. She was ready to put the fate of our relationship in the hands of another human being.

D Day—Part 1 {Guest Blog}
D Day—Part 1 {Guest Blog}

D Day—Part 1 {Guest Blog}

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I am likely not the best reference to speak on marriage and or the hardships of marriage … my marriage lasted four months at best. I always thought that when a commitment as sacred as marriage is made, that the commitment is preserved at all costs. I was naïve, and I had many real lessons to learn. I learned very early on that this was an unrealistic expectation, especially now that I have had the time to reflect on the years spent with that person.

Surviving The First Year Of Marriage: 7 Tips To Survive

Surviving The First Year Of Marriage: 7 Tips To Survive

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“We have to recognise that there cannot be relationships unless there is commitment, unless there is loyalty, unless there is love, patience, persistence.”
Cornel West

Surving the first year of marriage has been a journey. Today, 8th of November 2019, I celebrate my first year of marriage!! #WeMadeIt. “If you can make it through your first year of marriage, you two can get through anything.” These were the words that were said to me from a married friend of mine near the time of our wedding last year. At the time, I didn’t understand why the first year of marriage would be the hardest. I mean, we have been living together for our entire relationship, what difference would marriage make to our relationship?

Situationships -vs- Relationships

Situationships -vs- Relationships

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A placement holder until they find the “one”. A placebo, disguising itself as the real thing—situationship.

All the signs are there, staring you in the face; you know what you are in. Yearning and wanting more, knowing in your heart that they cannot give you what you want and need, yet still, you stay.

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