Its from a song… “The Last One To Know…. Is The Last One To Cry…”
What’s missing is what should be obvious… she might be crying now but I did plenty of crying (ok im not really the crying type though I get emotional) for YEARS.
Don’t get me wrong, I sincerely wish she was not crying but honestly? Its her turn, I had mine. Denial is a powerful thing and she has been living it for years… let me explain.
Let me use another song quote to start off… this one is from (slightly embarrassed) the country singer Tanya Tucker.
“If it don’t come easy, you gotta let it go”.
My wife and I spent most of our relationship waiting for something to happen. When that event happened, ‘we’ would be better.
‘Once the semester is over, we will be better’
‘Once the sale of the house closes, we will be better’
‘When I get less stressful job, we will be better’
It does not work like that… yes, things would be better because there is less stress but there is always going to be stress. If you are not getting along NOW and it is a consist thing? talk to Tanya Tucker.