I know, I've been MIA for a minute now, and I'm sorry! I have no excuses other than being busy and writing for someone else - so I hope you get a chance to check out some of my other posts on Madamenoire.com.
My post today is simply a question. Is there really a such thing as a homewrecker?
Some say that if a relationship or marriage is happy, healthy and strong, no one can come in and wreck it. It must've been wrecked already if someone is able to swoop in and snag your man or woman.
However, others think that it's possible to be happy in your relationship, but be caught off-guard and slip into an emotional affair with someone else that later becomes physical. Maybe you "thought" you were fulfilled at home, or thought you'd never cheat, only to meet someone wonderful who you feel is a better match for you than your current spouse or partner.
So what say you? Is there a such thing as a homewrecker? Should the only people responsible for a breakup be the people who are actually IN the relationship - or do outside people have a responsibility to not interfere with others' relationships as well?
Over the years, I've been blessed to have spent time with, befriend, love, learn from and share experiences with people who have helped me grow and inspire me everyday. They have shared words of wisdom, strengthened me with encouragement, gave me joy with a smile, comforted me with a hug, gave clarity to my visions and dreams and renewed my spirit with faith. It is through family and friends that I manage to be happy and hopeful.
These relationships work because we share our philosophies, our personal truths and an outlook that prompts us to seek something greater in all and in ourselves. Sharing a journey heartedly illuminates our lives and enriches our experiences. It keeps us moving....always evolving....ever changing.
I have been transformed by the wisdom, opinions, insights and revelations of those who have shared their journey with me. It's a blessing I long to share with you through my first ever blog. For me, writing is a reflection of my own direct experience and I look forward to all of you sharing your thoughts and experiences with me.
So...with that said....can I just say.....??? :-)