It’s not a question of my not loving him reciprocally, and not wanting to be married to him.I just can’t help but feel a bit wary about the situation.If you eat food that’s hers (or food you bought for yourself but she somehow claimed it as hers), she will cut you. When MJ was pregnant with Will she wanted pizza, Kit-Kats & grapefruit. But whatever the craving, one of the unmentioned side effects of pregnancy is YOUR weight gain. Mainly because we inevitably partake in her cravings and all the extra junk food results in a spare tire. Don’t Point Out How Big She’s Getting My Boston sports habit notwithstanding, I’m a fairly logical person. It starts with everyday occurrences like looking for her glasses while they’re on her head, which is kinda cute.
Hell, I haven’t even figured out how to deal with women in general. Luckily for you, I’ve made just about every single stupid mistake and placed my foot so far in my mouth during MJ’s pregnancies that I’m overqualified to speak to you about things you need to know to avoid getting knocked out by the knocked up. But what the uninitiated might not realize is that time is of the essence.
Am I setting myself up for disaster, or have I hit the proverbial “jackpot”?
I love him, but I don’t want my feelings to blind me in the event that I’ve wound up in a situation that will end up hurting us both in the end.
Every day I read about and observe interpersonal relationships.
I translate a lot of common and sometimes frustrating or even downright hurtful situations and help people make sense out of them so they can empower themselves to not only improve their relationship or move onto a better one, but to have a better relationship with themselves.