Then the emotions got even stronger (FL 4)

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  1. oh my, oh my, oh my…what a way to get the motor running this morning. Whew, needed to take a few moments to get my pulse to slow down. This reminds me so much of my LDR. I miss him dreadfully. Thank you for sharing.

    • My LDR experiences (this one, then Johnny Id) didn’t end so well, ultimately. Not sure I care to repeat them again…

      Gosh sorry for being a downer. I’m glad this got your heart rate up!!

      • It’s not a downer at all. It is very hard with LDR to find a middle ground that works for both parties. It’ll be another 1 1/2 yrs before I will able to have the opportunity to move closer to him or visa versa. He knows I’m not able to commit to anything until then. Time will tell, of course 12 years is a long time to carry on like this too.
        I understand your reluctance to try LDR again. We have to kiss alot of frogs to find the prince they say, might as well live it up till you do 😀

  2. Just between you, me and the Internet, I was really squirming when I read this (and the other parts) and I started to mentally put myself into certain aspects of this. The concern that I have had since I married Will was that he would give his heart away to another woman (I am confident in my trust with him today). I tried to be more observant to subtle changes and indicators that his withdrawal from me equated to him opening up to someone else. I just kept zeroing in on this when the memory and emotions surfaced.

    • Nice to meet you, Savannah 😉

      I hope you don’t mind me saying so, but you shouldn’t put yourself in this situation. My marriage at the time is VERY different than what you have with Will.

      And I haven’t gotten to the part yet where both of us tried to get our marriages back to the places we wanted.

  3. I’ve kept written things. But haven’t reread them. Just from reading yours, I’m guessing it takes you right back. Have you emailed him or reached out at all since the recent delve back into it?

    • Yes, reading those things definitely takes me back. There were some things I’d forgotten about but most I remember quite clearly.

      He and I stayed in touch regularly for a long time, but in the last few months we haven’t talked or texted much. I *did* meet the girlfriend he’s had for a year, at the work event I referenced a while back. She wasn’t all that interested in talking to me 😛

  4. OMG! I’m sure so many of us have walked those steps, but it doesn’t matter how many times I read about the beginning of an affair that it doesn’t make me desire that powerful feeling of limerence, to be desired so intensely and to desire equally. Amazing.

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