There isn’t a woman alive who hasn’t made a long term mistake regarding a relationship. We either loved, married or even liked the wrong person way too long. Something that should have taken us five minutes to get out of (you see this person is a rat, now run!) instead ended up taking us months or years to get out of.
I’m no stranger to this situation. When I was “young and dumb”, i.e., a naïve 20something, I wasted three years liking a guy who wasn’t interested in me.
Fortunately, I learned my lesson. I left my twenties with a promise to never again waste my time liking, or more so, loving someone who didn’t feel the same way about me.
I am a woman who deserves to be treated like a queen. And if a man can’t treat me as I desire and deserve to be treated, then he needs to get out of the way so the right man can come along!
To sum it up, it doesn’t matter about your race, age, or socioeconomic – we all can relate to the message above. It’s so relatable, in fact that I tied it into my character, Marlena, of “Tomorrow Never Comes.”
She realizes that her marriage is dangerous to the point of deadly. Things will never change; she will continue to be a punching bag for her abusive spouse, Otis.
She’s had enough and has decided to leave.
So, what’s the outcome of her departure? Find out by reading “Tomorrow Never Comes.” It’s available on Amazon.
Putting the story aside, ladies, heed this advice: regardless of what type of mistake you experienced in your relationship, take it as a lesson. After all, mistakes are nothing but lessons meant to be learned from.
And that’s what life is about: living and learning.
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