Be confused, it's where you begin to learn new things. Be broken, it's where you begin to heal. Be frustrated, it's where you start to make more authentic decisions. Be sad, because if we are brave enough we can hear our heart's wisdom through it. Be whatever you are right now. No more hiding. You are worthy, always. - S.C Lourie
Do I confuse you the way you confuse me? I do get confused...it could be for me or not...it could yes you do or it could be no you don't...often things seem so ambiguous to me... I admit I can be an analytical over thinker combined with emotion and instinct...my love is most important to me so when I'm unsure I do then go into a caution mode...because I love you does not mean I know everything about you or how you are with woman or love...Note...I am NEVER confused on why or how much I love…
Tom, though he becomes the leader, starts out very confused and not sure on what he should do and what the norms are at times. "How'd I know? I'm jus' puttin' one foot in front a the other. I done it at Mac for four years, jus' marchin' in cell an' out cell an' in mess an' out mess. Jesus Christ, I thought it'd be somepin different when I come out!" (Steinbeck 173).
The original quote I saw was: “Sometimes we create our own heartbreaks through our expectations.” Sounds enlightened? New-agey-consciously-correct? Right? But I wholeheartedly disagree with this language. And it’s at the root of most of the confusion within healthy, or rather unhealthy, relationship dynamics.
Sometimes this happens - sometimes my soul is just tired. Often confused with "Depressed" often the intuitive self is calling for "Deep Rest". Listen to your needs... Allow yourself time and patience to heal.