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Currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia, I found this to be my new home towards the beginning of 2015. Originally from Connecticut, writing had always been a passion of mine so in relocating to the southeast...into what I'd consider the mecca of creative arts, I found my new home very inviting to my free spirit. When I am not developing websites or managing social media accounts for clients, you can find me in my kitchen painting murals as I listen to soft melodies within Pandora.
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I'd like to believe that when it comes to life, we as human beings have a natural way of messing up the simplest dynamics that exist, due to our own insecurities. You could be in a relationship that has been running drama free. Everything you could have ever asked for in a mate, is all found in him/her. The communication is going great and you two have been spending quality time with one another weekly so you both don't go missing one another for too long. All is going seamlessly well until what?
You decide you want to question their loyal. Nothing about their behavior or even actions have given you any reason to doubt their loyalty or trust. Yet, it's killing you inside to see just how trustworthy they really are. So you begin snooping and hunting for stuff that even you can't clarify.
Your attitude begins to shift and now, you're getting snappy with them for no apparent reason. You become annoyed much quicker and now your once peaceful and undisturbed home has been run over with dark energy and self-created clouds until neither one of you can take it any longer and you break.
Life is simple but yet, we rather complicate it until it becomes unbearable because at that point, we have a validated reason to complain. Nobody likes someone who complains about nothing. When we get back to the times where we just enjoyed the fact that we woke up breathing and were able to open both of our seeing eyes, will be the moment when we decide to stop searching for reasons to be unhappy but instead, find peace in everything we do and everything person we meet.
Maybe at that point, we will be able to get back to feeling a sense of completion with what we have instead of searching for what we think might exist.