How You Forget You’re Worth Loving

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A few weeks ago, I met a man. He was nice in a way that gives considerable depth to the word “nice”. We had a million things in common, and found an easy way with each other immediately. He had a fulfilling job doing work he loved, lived nearby, and had ended a serious relationship long enough ago to be in just the right place to start a new one. There was chemistry. We talked, and exchanged contact information, which is availed himself of after a respectable few days. He wanted to meet for coffee, which I found a reason to decline; I was busy, or working, or something.

Within days, I quickly found myself rejecting his calls, and neglecting to reply to his texts and emails until I forgot to respond at all. As he showed himself to be open and pleasant and not playing games or pretending…

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2 responses to “How You Forget You’re Worth Loving

  1. Thanks for sharing so transparently! It’s hard for us to always see how our mind is working but when we step back and evaluate it, many times we learn a good lesson. We all easily judge and assume but as we become more aware hopefully we’ll be more gracious and unassuming. I’m certainly trying to be!

    • This is a reblog, I didn’t write it. But yea, love how the writer was so transparent. And love your comment. Every word of it is so true! I’m certainly trying to be, too. Thanks for dropping by!

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