The unfortunate truth is that there are countless women finding it difficult to leave a relationship that needs to be in their past...
simply because they don’t want to leave without knowing or feeling that they gave their absolute best.
This is beautiful but can be terrible because their idea of absolute best is sometimes draining themselves of every ounce of effort,
their heart of every bit of love they can give until it’s all gone.
They sacrifice their all for a man who couldn’t or wouldn’t give them the bare minimum.
They find the word ‘love’ becoming something they never want to experience again or at least for now.
What’s even sadder is that men dealing with women like that are clueless.
They miss the obvious signs, the cry for reciprocity,
the need to show up to the relationship and nurture it.
When they hear the woman’s complaint they label as same ole same ole,
when the pain starts to make her defensive, they call her crazy.
When she’s no longer trying, they call it lazy.
When the woman’s fed up and done, they start to make promises they are unwilling to keep, acting like they care, playing the victim role, and putting up a fight for a relationship they never cared for or even knew how to.
This poem is to those men,
the men who wait till a good woman is no longer good to them to cherish her.
This poem is also to those women,
the good women who feel like all the good they’ve had to offer is gone.
This poem is to remind those all they sacrificed, all they poured into an empty cup, all they gave while getting nothing in return, just to settle for a love story like that.
The entire book is reminding them that they gave their best and if it wasn’t enough, it will never be.
Ashes of Her Love is to remind them why burning those bridges are needed and why they should never come back and let everything turn into ashes…
It’s time to come out of that draining relationship. It’s time to stay out of that blood-sucking relationship even if it gave you some good moments.
==> Get your copy of Ashes of Her Love to help you do so.