posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 11:22 PM
a reply to: OneCrazyCanuck
I hear you
And my heart breaks for your. Well there is hope because if she sorts things out then it could be the most incredible lifetime
30 is still young, but I know what you mean. I had my child at 35 and I am so thankful I didn't have her earlier. I had so much work to do before I
could be the all giving, all present parent one needs to be. Just thought I'd add that to give you some peace about your age and that there is still
time, good time.
I really do hope it all works out. Your beloved sounds like she is stuck at a teenager emotional level and she sounds very self absorbed. I don't mean
that in a mean way. Whatever has occurred in her life, and maybe even the parenting style she had, and maybe the culture - she is right now only able
to hurt those she loves because I don't think she even loves herself (or is so spoiled). Please, no offence intended. Hard to say what it could be
without knowing her but just putting thoughts out there.
There also people out there who are so emotionally broken that they don't know how to love and they want to destroy all those around them. It may not
be her intention, but it is her only way of knowing. Just sharing thoughts again.
You have so much love to give. And having your loved one be broken inside hurts the most because no matter what you do nothing seems to work. I would
recommend counselling for yourself, her own counselling and couple counselling. No one wants to go that route, it's work, it's $$ but if you do go
that route it is so very worth it. I am a firm believer in always growing, always improving.
I don't mean to preach. I hope all your wishes for love come true and that your girlfriend knows how much she is loved by you and as a member of this