Sunday, August 21, 2016

How much is too much?

Now this post may hit home to many and I'm not going to apologize for telling the truth. Ladies, how many of you are fed up with the dishonest, no communication, the set backs, the set-ups, the many nights of crying, and so on? Why do we accept this? Why do we allow it? Why do we go for it?  Many of us have the ability to stand on our own two feet without any crutches or assistance, but yet we sit back and allow words and actions to rip us to pieces.  

"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words won't hurt me" is a bold face LIE. Whew, there I said it and I'm not taking it back.  Whomever came up with that, truly was not human.  Words do hurt. Actions behind those words hurt even the more. I mean come on people.  You try to be the best person you can possibly be.  Especially being a wife. I mean somebody should have given a manual with this job duty, as they give at employers.  Hey, this is not an easy job and people that are NOT married, have no idea what it is like or can give any advice. 

In a marriage or any type of relationship, you give a lot, you take a lot.  No more give a little, take a little, because no relationship is little.  I mean, you have to compromise this, compromise that. In the marriage, you really have to live up to your vows. But that's for both parties.  A marriage is two individuals coming together as one. Not, two individuals coming together but still get to do what each one of them want to do.  It's hard and hurtful at times. So how do you realize that too much is too much? Do you wait it out? Do you sit there and not say anything? Do you just allow it to happen just to say you are in a marriage? Are you really in a marriage if you are the only one trying to make it work? How much longer will have to fight the fight by yourself? 

In life, things happen and we learn from them.  We allow it to make us stronger.  We allow it to build a wall up so we can hide behind the wall. Trials and tribulations will come but don't allow yourself to sit and allow the situation to beat you up.  Inside bruises can be covered up.  Outside bruises will always be seen. 

Do not allow your cup to run over! Pray about it. Talk to someone (the right person) about it. Face it. Build from it.  Learn from it. Grow from it.

Until next time,



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