I just wanted to share a quick thought to all of you. I forget this sometime but I remember it every now and then and just reading the "I love you but im not in love with you" post made me think about it again. A lot of times God is just trying to protect is from enduring more pain in the long run when people break up with us. From reading most of the post most people were in marriages or relationships that were far from ideal anyway. And I just had to ask myself, would I really want to have been married to my ex-boyfriend---no! He does not know how to love and quite frankly is not interested in learning. I really do think God is saving me from the heartache later. Everytime he has a problem, he goes and runs and thinks that means talk to someone else. And he thinks that it is not love anymore when the excitement leaves. He is going to be in for a rude awakening down the line. I know that in the early stages of the breakup we are just so angry and mad at them, but God is looking out for us...............he really is.
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