Letters to My Ex

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Family & Relationships - 52 pages
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Our future in part is made up of fragments of our past. If we learn from our past and understand it then primarily we can escape repeating it. This happens to be true in love also; our current relationship is made up of fragments of our past physical and emotional involvements. Whether those involvements contained painful or pleasant memories, doesn't really matter. The difference is how we ourselves deal with the aftermath of those experiences. Whether we allow any individual to possess so much control over our life as to let their actions dictate how we love after them. Love is not an exact science, and if love were fair we would all fall in love with our best friend and live happily ever after. Sometimes we choose to offer our hearts to the wrong individuals. By the same token there has been some point in our lives where someone gave us their heart also, and we returned it in a much more damaged condition than when we accepted it. Letters to my ex is dedicated to the fragments of my past. Those women that have made me more sensitive, understanding, compassionate, patient, loving, supportive, and passionate. As well as those that possessed none of those qualities and allowed me to experience what some of my thoughtless actions felt like first hand.

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The first few poems of this book are excellent. makes me wanna go out and purchase a copy!

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