She sits and watches the world go by, sipping her coffee slowly relishing its taste.
She adds some more items to her grocery list.
She orders another coffee and waits patiently for it to arrive.
The first indication that something may be wrong is you see her twisting her wedding ring round and round, and she keeps glancing at her phone.
Her coffee arrives, she relaxes a little, she slowly drinks it, then with much reluctance, she gets up, pays for her coffee and begins to fill her cart.
She takes her time picking items, looking with unusual interest at items on the shelf.
Perhaps you are wondering what could possibly be so interesting about grocery shopping.
It’s not the shopping at all.
It’s the freedom of being away from him.
She is enjoying every second away from him, the peace it gives her.
She pays for her groceries and leaves the store.
You watch her load her trunk, take her cart back.
She seems lost in thought, and she is.
She is wondering what mood he is in.
She is anxious about returning home.
In other words, you like to save people from problems. People come to you when they need someone to rescue them and you help them out every time.
While this is a great virtue, it makes it hard for you to change your mind, even when you should. To avoid feeling like you are a liar, you put yourself through situations you don’t like.
You, or anyone else for that matter, deserve to be in a relationship that is secure and free from manipulation based on your insecurities.
Love is described as having matured when the partners are calm, confident and unafraid. When you are certain of your partner’s love and respect for you, and you have the same to offer, then nothing should worry you.
So, if you come across such a relationship, hold on tightly. Many people let go and regretted it all their lives. Don’t be among them.