Go ahead....rip my heart out. Throw it on the floor and stamp all over it!
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I swore I would never do this to myself again. I learned my lesson back in college with the boys that would promise you the moon and then disappear into the distance between us.
This time though, I took a chance. I opened myself up in a new way and we took our relationship to a new level. Even though we have known each other for two years now I am still in love. Absolutely adorable with a quick wit and amazing energy, he keeps me engaged and entertained when we are together and that keeps me going while we are apart.
He is a natural flirt and even though he easily attracts the attention of all the women in the room, I am strangely not jealous. He honestly doesn't see how attractive he is.
Just thinking about him puts a smile on my face. He has the best laugh and even though he gets a bit moody from time to time, he recovers quickly. He lets insults and offenses get to him for a couple of scary moments, he has a bit of a temper, but he never holds a grudge and before you know it, he is happy again.
While he is a little controlling, as long as I communicate clearly and simply, he is always willing to negotiate our differences. I think it is his innocence that impresses me the most. He has an uncanny ability to access his playful side. He is a sweet thoughtful guy most of the time. I miss him already.
He does still live with his family and that is a bit problematic. Sometimes he is too busy to speak to me when I call and I am disappointed but when he does take time to connect with me, I am done in.
It is definitely worth waiting for. I am not sure when we will be seeing one another again. I hope it is not too long. My heart aches for him when we are not together. I am lucky that my husband is an understanding man.
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