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I'd like to start a group, it would be called: Losing Our Soulmates Trough Tragedy, and it would be for those of us who were capable of meeting our soulmates, and who have lost those sacred loved…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Penny Caywood Aug 16, 2022.
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The entire sixteen years Jeremy and I were together, we both felt as though we were soulmates, and life (though never perfect) was good. As I grew up, I was told that a person's soulmate was their "other half", and that if they're lucky enough to find theirs, the other person never leaves them. Now, I have a problem. How could Jeremy have actually been my soulmate when he left me here alone to finish out the rest of my life?
How do I know that when the time comes that, our spirits or souls will be together eternally? Especially if a soulmate isn't supposed to leave their "other half".
In 2018, (one week before Easter), Jeremy took me to a small town outside of Austin called, Brady, Texas. The reason for this trip? Seeing Mamma Beth (daddy's sister; my aunt) for the first time in 34 years. She'd asked me to help her heal a weird infection below her belt, and under her belly where she couldn't reach to take care of it herself.
The moment we saw each other, I went into her arms, and she held me for 5 minutes before Jeremy and I even walked through the apartment door.…Continue
Posted on August 27, 2022 at 12:30am
I know that when you look at the things I’ve posted here that, there are not many posts about Jeremy or any of the other five loved ones I lost in that 2 year period of time. There’s an explanation for that, and I’m going to let y’all know what’s going on with that.
Growing up, my parents did not tell me certain things about life, for example, Jeremy had to explain to me how to know when my bowels were finished moving, but that should’ve come from my…Continue
Posted on August 26, 2022 at 8:11pm
In my lifetime, I've heard it said that, "A person doesn't love you if they only say, 'I love you' when you're having sex.
Now, my question is:
Why is that?
Posted on August 26, 2022 at 5:02pm
Technically speaking, there are less than 3 months left until we've been together for 2 years, and it's sad to see the changes that have been made. The one that upsets me the most? The situation with your dog. When I first got to your apartment, you could not stand that Chihuahua, Gigi. Now, she gets an 'Good morning' from you, she gets a kiss on her head from you, and you tell her, 'I love you, my pupper-dog'. You treat the dog better than your own girlfriend.
Posted on August 25, 2022 at 2:13am