Marry your soulmate.

“Marry your best friend. Marry someone who you wouldn’t mind waking up to every day for the rest of your life. The one who makes you glad to be alive. Marry someone who drives you crazy. The one who frustrates you. The one who calms you. Marry the one you don’t mind fighting with, because they will be fair about it. Don’t marry someone who gives their ego more importance, than they give you. Marry someone who makes you the best version of yourself. The one who believes in you, even when you don’t. The one who stands by you, through thick and thin. Marry someone you can’t imagine your life without. Marry the one you are insanely in love with. And the one who is insanely in love with you. Marry the one who knows what you want to say, when you’re too tired to say it with words. The one you can spend comfortable silences with from time to time. Marry your soul mate. Marry your best friend.”

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  1. YOU met but I was unwell I connect to you in away that I never thought would happpen Call off social took advantage of manic state unaware myself. actually been
    You brought something to change me woke me up.
    The has caused bridges that I never wanted .
    Picture just a gift from someone who just likes you
    Keep smiling I wish I never turn down the past event . Take care . UNKNOWN

  2. Peace. I want to, But I’m stuck and wedged in the Black Hole…. only God can help me out when and if He wills.

  3. I did exactly that, and then he went to Iraq and Afghanistan to fight the wars over there, and he returned home physically….but “he” never returned home. Now we live apart although we are still married. 9 yrs of being together. Our 8 yrs wedding anniversary was yesterday. He didn’t wish me a happy anniversary, didn’t give me a hug, didn’t give me a card (although I gave him one a few days ago), didn’t tell me he loves me (and he hasn’t for almost a month now)…what he did do was hang up on me, ignore me and call me the b-word. Thanks PTSD and traumatic brain injury for stealing my best friend and my husband from me and my kids’ Daddy from them. I never thought I’d want to let him go. I never gave up on him. I believed in him when he didn’t believe in himself or us. I stood by his side through 2 deployments, his 9 yrs military career, combat-related injuries and post-war trauma, not to mention addiction, suicide attempts, affairs, and 3 in-patient psych hospital stays. Sometimes I think I was brought into his life to support him through his deployments and to help him get the help he needs, and then of course to make him a Daddy, but that I was just being used throughout it all. 🙁 He never supported me, never encouraged me, never helped me, never treated me like he loved me, etc….all after war! BEFORE war, he was the best man I’d ever met! So long to my soul mate….

    1. Dear Jami, I am so sorry you and your husband had to go through all that. I admire your strength for standing by him. How difficult it must of been for him , for you, for your family. I will say a prayer for you. I hope you will be able to seek some professional counselling for your marriage, even for yourself. Don’t give up. Turn to God to ask Him for His strength. You will get through this.

  4. Thanks Brigitte! It’s over there. There’s no trying anymore. I’ve tried and tried and tried. He gave up a long time ago. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink it. We have been in counseling together, and he says he’ll still go with me, but it’s not in him to fix our marriage, and it’s not in me anymore to keep trying.

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