Going through divorce and dating
She talked about her life and how blessed she felt with great family and friends.Over the last few years, with each conversation, it always felt a little like this might be the last time we talked. I knew it was there because every conversation ended with much more feeling than any other conversation I have with friends.The first time I hung out with her, we were in Atlanta for a conference with the organization where we both worked. Two is plenty.” I can only imagine the look on my face at that second, but as the waiter left she said to me, “We don’t really know each other, but I’m not letting you make a bad choice while I’m around. That’s my rule.” This wasn’t a power thing, or a move to beat up the young guy.
Do we spend the kind of energy on people that empowers them? Do we approach every conversation with our friends in a way that when it is over, they feel better for having had that conversation and know without a doubt that they are cared about.
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