Your first love isn’t necessarily your last love. It may be your fisrt experience with love as you continue to find or meet the one God has in store for you. You will learn more about who you are and what you want along your journey and you may realize that your first love was just that…simply your first. There is one soulmate and that perosn is the one who will be your last love. Love is a beautiful thing so never give up!
Yes, I think it’s possible to drift apart at any stage of life. However, we usually drift apart from a person based on our own personal or spiritual growth. We may also drift apart depending on how we are treated in a relationship. If you are being disrepected, unappreciated or not being loved properly the heart will eventually drift away from the person causing the pain. It’s important to be communicative, truthful and authentic to self as well as to whomever you are attracted to…because knowing what or who is best for you will only save time & heartache in the end.
The best way to answer this question is to ask your partner is there anything she needs you to do in order to improve your relationship? My suggestion is to say that you want to be the best partner you can possibly be and you know that communcation is esseential in a successful relationship. You also know that effort, action and follow through must be applied and that’s why you want to know what you can do. She will then share her thoughts and ask if there is anything she can do better. You can then say… I love when you do…because it makes me feel heard in our relationship. When we kindly give a request without criticism it’s usually well recieved. Let me know if this advice was successful. Best of Luck!
I didn’t feel single while I was married but I did feel alone.
Thank you for visiting my blog and I am sorry to hear about the troubles in your marriage. I don’t know if my blog is your answer from God but it may be a sign to take self inventory of your current situation. Figure out if there is anyway you both can save the marriage. You may need couples therapy or try speaking to your pastor for direction. I encourage you to try all options and then make an honest assessment of the marriage and remember to always be true to yourself! Blessings & Love!