Posts Tagged ‘betrayal’

Let’s discuss Love and Betrayal!

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What does a loyal mate look like, act like?

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Do words convince you, promises, or certain actions that you are love?

How do you know when you love someone?

Does loving someone mean we trust them intimately?

Do you think about betrayal, evaluate how much you trust?

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What happens to love when he/she betrays you?

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Is that love gone now, is it damaged, wounded, or what is the status?

Do you ever trust again?

How much fear surrounds your love, the thought of love?

How do we evaluate our next mate?

Will we trust them unconditionally?

Is it an equation of risk, love versus the chance of betrayal?

How rare is real love?

Why are the divorce rates so high?

How many times has marriage or love failed in your life?

It is a battlefield.

Perplexed!
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The human experience

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“The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies.”

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In transition again

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Volunteering, facilitating a mindfulness group, has come to an abrupt end.

I never thought someone would manipulate and deceive a mindfulness group for months.

For 6 plus years, every week I hosted a free mindfulness group.

If someone did the work and had questions, I supported them via text during the week.

I witnessed people changing their lives, improving from challenging disorders.

When a predator enters your group stealthily, acting the part of an authentic person trying to heal, trust is shattered.

This scenario did not end well, the predator hiding after being confronted.

Interesting how quickly they become a coward.

No remorse at all.

Some do not care the damage they inflict on others in their selfish pursuits.

I guess I am naive, never considering someone would enter a mindfulness group with evil intentions.

Volunteering has placed my mental health at risk, so I quit.

Now, I search for the next door to open.

Purpose has taken a hit.

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