We often find ourselves head over hills or strongly attracted to someone at the “wrong time”. What constitutes the “wrong time” when falling for someone or just plain in love with them? Is it finances? Could it be the fact that you just got out of a messy relationship? Or is it simply the fact that you’re falling for someone you know you have no business falling for? Whichever fact applies to you, situations like that can be stressful. But it can also be more stressful to hold on to that person because they make you feel all warm and gooey inside! I can honestly say it’s always hard to let go of situations such as those previously mentioned, it can be very painful because of course you don’t want to lose that love…..that feeling… Eventually, you have to let go. I’m a firm believer in destiny and/or fate. If things are meant to be, they’ll swing back your way, if not, then it may be time to move on. Everyone enters your life to serve some purpose and that person you weren’t ready for may be getting you ready for the person you were meant for.
Apparently some people seem to believe that emotional cheating is worse than physical cheating. I digress! Is it really acceptable to forgive someone for sexing the next? But it’s not acceptable for them to talk, text, and/or emotionally woo the next? None of it is acceptable, in my opinion. There aren’t levels to cheating. Cheating is cheating. If you aren’t ready to be with one person, be adult enough walk away from that person. Let that person go so that they can be in a healthy, lovable relationship with someone who loves them fully. There’s no gray area, it’s either black or white. And remember that karma is ready & waiting to give you exactly what you deserve.
Apparently a N.Y. doctor had other plans for a young lady, whom we have yet to know the status of their relationship, and her positive home pregnancy test results. Once she revealed, what she thought was great news, to Thomas Pfeiffer, he reportedly strangled her and shoved the Plan B (abortion) pill down her throat. He is being charged with strangulation and executing an “abortional act.” Talk about not wanting any kids!
I has begun!
Thousands across the nation are reacting to the Grand Jury’s decision not to indict the officer involved in the death of Eric Garner.
Latest stream of developments below.
Yet another officer is not being indicted. Does this surprise me? Yes. It surprises me this time because Eric Garner’s death was ruled a homicide. The autopsy clearly stated “compression of neck (choke-hold), compression of chest and prone positioning during physical restraint by police.” The video below shows Garner in a choke-hold while trying to being restrained by NYPD and he is also trying to tell them that he cannot breathe.Who will be held responsible for this “homicide”? I am very confused about that. But one thing I am not confused about it that it is very clear to me now that our sons have to be extra careful in this crazy world.