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Apple of My Eye As our lives march onward and time accumulates relationships like a childs toy box collects forgotten companions it can be emotionally trying to know that your spouse has been in love prior to your relationship but its not necessary to be their first romance to be happy within your relationship Once the initial intoxication of lust wares off the idea that your relationship requires maintenance comes to your conscience Even though it is critical to try to constantly work on a growing and healthy bond there will be lulls when you coast While the daily upkeep of your relationship is on automatic pilot your mind might drift too whom was my mate involved with prior to me do they cherish me as much as they did the previous person and will I be enough for them As Hardy points out in his poem And the happy young housewife does not know that the woman beside her was first his choice till the fates ordained it could not be so Thomas Hardy pp 233 until this relaxing and examination takes place you might be unaware that your mate even had a life before you As this unveiling of your position in the affairs of the heart takes place you may even discover that in the order of loves you may not have been the first and foremost There may even be some unresolved feelings for the mate left behind that was never given the chance to die The guest sits smiling and sips her tea and he throws her a stray glance yearningly Thomas Hardy pp 233 It doesnt matter how unresolved the feelings may seem if the person you have devoted yourself to is equally devoted to you As Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette points out with his gestures of love to his wife over the dinner table her husband was reassuring her that she was indeed the one that he loved His
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