I don’t know if I am idealizing it at this point. But I sort of see things I like and things that I don’t. Sometimes, he is not patient with me. We get frustrated with each other. He did it to me.
I hung up the phone with a bad stomach feelings, which I think isn’t healthy. Or is indicating anything great in particular. Beside, going to different places. Is simply another way to learn and help the person.
Will work if:
1) patience with me
2) go out to do different things
3) how he makes me feel
4) understand me more
5) grow in Christ together
6) don’t be little me or tell me I’m going off a tangent. Even if I am you should try to hear what I have to say because it takes a lot to say all of this
7) “what’s up with you today with going of a tangent”
8) I don’t sometimes feel supported or is free to express my feelings. It should be easy.
What to go from now:
Keep your distance. Still be nice.
Still invite him to church
But learning to release
I do believe that God has someone for me. I don’t know if this is meant to be this way or mood. It’s interesting. We click at something, but clashes too. Roller-coaster might be a way to put it. It’s such a roller-coaster.
I don’t know if we’ll ever going to get past this. I hope that we can at least understand each other or try to understand each other to the point where we can understand each other more.
I don’t know if it’s meant to be this challenging.
I felt stressful after talking to him. My stomach basically turn into this knot. It’s a feeling of stress. I don’t know why it’s like such.
Never gotten it with anyone else.
I’m wondering if I am the only one to feel this.
Why does he asked all of these questions anyhow?
Like I say, Cam, you’ve got to distinguish now what is and isn’t. It obvious to you that it’s an unfit puzzle. It’s something that I cannot force. Only God cans. Only He knows.
I don’t know now if it’s the best idea to be in touch. It can when my feelings is neutral. When I simply feel indifference, not in a bad way, but good indifference.
It has to be like that. Doesn’t mean that I simply going to give up. But I am learning to accept. And it’s one of the best thing ever to feel–is to accept.
I’m no longer attracted. Nor do I feel sparked.
It’s this understanding of accepting that it’s ok.
It’s very much so ok.