I Didn’t Go Looking for an Affair

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I Didn’t Go Looking for an Affair

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I Didn’t Go Looking for an Affair

“If you don’t receive love from the ones that are meant to love you, you will never stop looking for it.” Robert Goolrick

 

“I never intended for this to happen.”

“I never saw this coming.”

“I didn’t go looking for an affair.”

“We were just talking as friends.”

“It just happened.”

Sure there are some people that actively go looking for an affair – the next distraction, the next victim, spending hours on sites like Ashley-Madison. But those aren’t typically the people that find their way to me.

The people in my tribe find themselves in an affair ...continue reading...

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The Facebook Affair

“Love enjoys knowing everything about you; desire needs mystery. Love likes to shrink the distance that exists between me and you, while desire is energized by it. Love is about having; desire is about wanting. An expression of longing, desire requires ongoing elusiveness.” Esther Perel, Mating in Captivity

It started out innocent enough.

James sent a Facebook friend request to Maggie. She accepted. He had once been the love of her life and the man she thought she would spend eternity with, but life got in the way, they both made some missteps and they chalked it up to ...continue reading...

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