239: Ships In The Night

I am fairly sure Daniel rode past me on his motorbike the other day whilst I was out. I was glamorously clutching my supermarket shopping. I am fairly sure he saw me too. Not surprising, within a few hours, he had emailed me. It didn’t mention the drive by, but I suppose he must have […]

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238: The Lure Of Unlived Lives

There is a section in Esther Perel’s book ‘The State of Affairs’ titled ‘The Lure of Unlived Lives’. Whilst I don’t really analyse why I do what I do, and it was really only Daniel’s appearance that made me do that, this book has made me see another side to what is going on here. […]

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237: They Never Want To Leave

I have never dated a married man who wanted to end his marriage (take note of this, delusional APs). The affair is a lifeline, a sticking plaster that papers over the gaps in a fragmented relationship where communication seems to be the impossible ask. Even so, the situation can never change. Never rock the boat. […]

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