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I never planned for this spring and summer to be so difficult. But does anyone ever? It isn’t as though people pencil in traumas on their calendars or dutifully schedule major losses.
The less time you spend on relationships that shouldn’t happen, the more time you have to discover and explore the ones that should.
Some people need you sick to find you useful and want you around.
There was a difference between not being upset and wanting to not be upset. And I had been conflating the two.
Sometimes it seems like it’d be better to go on autopilot. Easier certainly. And a heck of a lot less lonely than questioning the status quo or forcing myself out of my comfort zone.
Figuring out what romantic relationships and close friendships I want to have has also involved figuring out what aspects of myself I want to feel better about and which ones I want to work on.
My mother said once that I have a hard time getting over things because I have a good memory. “If you could only just forget, you’d feel better. Forgetting helps us let go of the pain.”
“We come to love not by finding a perfect person, but by learning to see an imperfect person perfectly.”
It’s tough to stay in the moment and yet plan for the future.