They say it is worse than obeah and stronger than any collie duppy. Those two words evoke such negative reaction from people than when someone is accused of it, it is almost a guaranteed fight or argument. Bad mind. Some people wallow in it, others are in denial but their actions speak louder than even their words.
For the past eight years Paul has had two wives, two families, two households and for the most part things having been going well. The issues are minor and of the every day garden variety so Paul is pretty much a happy man. One with lots of bills but a happy man none the less. The arrangement that exists between Paul’s two lady loves is what in modern lingo is called ‘sister wives’.
They say love is blind but what about dating? Could you see yourself across for an individual who you are just meeting for the first time because your mutual good friend thought that you guys would be perfect for each other and so set you guys up? Is it too much of a stretch to think that love could flourish from such a situation or do you feel that there are too many unknown variables at play for it to work?
If you are constantly fighting; if the sight of your partner puts you in a foul mood and if agreeing to disagree stopped working months ago, it may be time to put things on pause. How about taking a break? Does that idea appeal to you and if it does is it even healthy and how long a break is acceptable before the break eventually leads to something that is permanently broken?