It’s like being in a trance, complete with it’s own logic.When the full reality begins to hit home, it can be a painful and frightening time.The silence of the phone can feel like the bars of this prison.Safe, yet in danger Being in love creates a sense of safety, yet the foundation for this safety feels, at it’s core, shaky.
But as things progress and the honeymoon period wears off you start to have questions, you bring them up to you lover, but most likely come away with answers that leave you only partially or not at all satisfied.
Reading the above may bring up strong feelings that you haven’t been aware of before.
Participating in an affair necessitates entering an altered state of consciousness where only part of reality can be processed, the part that has to do with pleasure.
Here is my version of her findings: Treasured, but used Being in love gives you the feeling that you are precious and treasured by him, but you cannot help but wonder…if it wasn’t for the sex, would he still want to be with me?
If you didn’t make it so easy and perfect when he is with you, by not complaining and making sure you look absolutely gorgeous, by having the house spotless…if you were just your ordinary every day self, the way his wife is, would he still treasure you?