I last thing expected it to happen, now that one thing is imprinted in my brain. Emotions conflicting. Time to make a choice. No matter how hard I need to choose to stay in hope of my past returning. Or to take a leap of faith and hope that new butterflies is best for me. Dilemma I didn’t think I’d have to face this soon.


35 thoughts on “Dilemma

  1. Sometimes we have to part ways with someone we love, we have to take a different path and they cannot come with us. One thing that has helped me was to ask myself, “is this what I want in my future?” We may want someone we love in our future, but we have to ask ourselves is it healthy? Do they bring the best out in me? Do they respect me? Do they honor me? Can I trust them? Unhealthy relationships tend to go in circles and the only thing that will change is if you decide to step out of the circle. Surround yourself with safe people, people who care for you, love you, and will cause you no harm. This too shall pass. Huggs

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  2. You have to choose, do you love and live in pain, or do you accept what is and move on to greener pastures. Love is what we all desire, but pain and heartache is what we all hope to avoid. You have a possible relationship waiting in the corner, and you must accept what your last relationship did for and to you.

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  3. Listen to your heart.. If you don’t and you rush to make a decision and it turns out to be thw wrong one, you will always keep looking back on it.. Decide when you are sure.. And maybe, if you can’t find an answer they might be wrong for you both.. Good luck. XOXO APjee

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  4. Good news. Doesn’t have to be a dilemma. Wait and see, wait and see, wait and see… how things develop; and while you are waiting, enjoy, enjoy, enjoy the flutter of your butterflies, and become more in tune with who you are and more comfortable in your own skin. Avoid, avoid, avoid jumping to conclusions. Breathe, breathe, breathe… Praying for you… ❤

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  5. It is the choices…the dilemmas…that get us off the fence and move us. Sometimes that motion is sideways, forward or backward, but we can’t sit on the fence forever. Trust your instincts and you can’t go wrong.

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  6. Choosing to part company is an option especially when only one party is trying to mend what is broken. If both parties are trying and innovative ideas are fruitless or seem silly therein lies the hope the relationship needs. In cases like that, a mediator of sorts is necessary to help the couple hear each other. The most difficult thing in the world is getting two people on opposite sides of an issue to talk and understand each other over the roar of the problem that is between them. The issue is lost to both parties desire to be heard and the problem seems to grow and become more and more obnoxious. So, again if the effort to be better is coming only from one side then the answer is clear. If both are trying, but seemingly are without the necessary tools then there is more to consider. There is not much to be gained otherwise by becoming proficient at quitting in the middle of a task. After all, we grow in the valleys and what we grow accustomed to doing in one situation we tend to gravitate toward when a similar one presents itself in a whole new circumstance. Best of luck to you.


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