I could relate many stories where people have surrended their everything and sacrificed themselves till they can give no more, and the one they love still walks away. Some end retionships leaving their besotted with dignity and self respect. Whislt their are some who have no mercy.
I’ve heard of the occasional man whose heart has been broken and has never loved the same there after. However I’ve also heard of the stories where women are left broken. The best one’s have to be when the birth of ‘the woman’s scorn’ arrives.
One that comes to mind is when a woman picked up a brick and hurtled it at a window, only to realise it was double glazed, so she’d only broke one pane of glass. I felt her pain and twich of embarassment as she told me her story,
Be scared men, be very scared, because all to often when a woman breaks, as far as she is concerned ‘theirs nothing to loose’. When this happens my friend, run for your life, move out the country, or crawl on your knees begging for her forgiveness, anything is better than ‘a woman’s scorn’.
The aftermath can only be described as an unfortunate chain of events, where we often see people eager to enter into new relationships, but still bearing the wounds of past relationships gone wrong. When this happens couples go backwards and forwards looking for blame.
I think we can only take responsibility for ourselves and the desicions we make. If we love ourselves enough, we’ll allow ourselves to heal and then forgive ourselves for getting it wrong. Only then can we enter into a relationship ready to treat a man worthy of being treated like a king, because he recognises his Queen has arrived.