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The Lie of the Pink Mist

They say true love lasts only a few years. Then it transforms to close friends, it becomes a valuable relationship, a habit that is ingrained in the daily routine. I noticed that if we go out into the street, to the shops, to the restaurant, we didn't see couples to hugging.

The question is given?

Why don't we see these couples? Why do people break this great habit? Why stop this habit, when this particular fog eased?

Good questions!

In the intoxicating period under the guise of pink, there is essentially icing, magnified, through a pair of blurry glasses. Is that what we're so proud of?

Is that what we like to go through so much?

The lie?

Which doesn't often match reality?

What's good about this intoxicating fog, really?

Because we feel happy like we're walking on a snow-white cloud bubble with a body as light as a feather. We feel loved and that I love you and that's a very good feeling.

We experience the sweet suffering of a sense of deficiency, the happy intoxicating essence of the closeness of our love, and every vibration of magical encounters that lasts for many hours afterward.

This is a wonderful time, but only if we are conscious. If we see through the clouds of pink mists, we can love him the true reality of the other, and more importantly, we can love him with all this.

Oh my god!

How nice it would be to live forever in pink mists!

When we don't deceive ourselves and see everything as different from what is real.

This timescale is already the next period after the pink mist, which, if you have a partner, will take back a lot of the initial intoxicating closeness and passion.

Maybe everyone's a little disappointed that this isn't really what I expected, but that's what it is, that's what the machine threw, right?

We will explain to ourselves that this relationship will be good, and instead of accepting our partner, with all their realities and uniqueness, we complain about it, drift away, become lonely, and force ourselves into a desolately boring and bleak life.

Where there's no longer a loving kiss to say goodbye and a close hug

When the other person comes home or they say goodbye to each other. The heat of love glances is replaced by an empty, meaningless gaze. Our communication is in decline. We don't touch each other, we don't hug each other.

I experienced this myself.

My story is a little complicated, and I don't want to bore you with it. It's just a small fraction. I also went through the pink cloud-drenched period.

When I was forced to come to America, I was still married in Hungary. I married early and gave birth to my first child at the age of 22. Everything went well and we loved being together for many years. The children came in a row, a total of four. Then our went bankrupt our business, I had a husband who just smiled at every problem, and did nothing.

Unfortunately, our plan didn't work out, a year of babysitting work

In America, and then at home, all the problems will be solved. I paid off debts so my husband wouldn't get in trouble before the law. It went on for 3 years and my heart was broken because my children were left at home.

And then something happened. I managed to get out of the hole, I did start to meditate, gather strength, and change mentally.

I will be completely honest with you, it was not easy. After 29 years of marriage, I'm divorced. I didn't want to save this relationship because I felt like I was drowning.

I found a brilliant online program, which really helped.

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This desire is a half-emotional need and half-biological drive, and it is rarely satisfied in life or love.

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I really don't want to say that to anyone, but sometimes better to let things go and try to live. Life is too short, it is never too late to change. Never.

Then I found my partner here in America at the age of 52. We've been married for five years. The pink cloud is a little different for us, but I like to hold his hand and smell it. It's nice to look at him, to hug him. To be safe. To be with someone.

This is for today, I hope you had a good time!



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