My friend Tom is the poster child for monogamy.
He fell in love with a woman.
Then they shockingly broke up.
And now he’s alone without his soulmate there beside him.
By the time you reach my age (45), you’ve learned a thing or two about love.
I’ve learned that sometimes, love is not enough.
And relationships take effort and commitment.
The end result, of course, is that Tom is heartbroken.
And TOTALLY OFF THE MARKET for another relationship.
Which brings me to the point of this blog.
How many people out there are dating but have their heart still held fast by a former lover?
Everyone who has reached the age of 30, I would think.
By 30 you’ve fallen in love, at least once, and had time to actually work on a relationship.
And even though I can honestly say that my ex-boyfriend Jay holds that space in my heart, I can also say that I believe that there’s something better out there for me.
Yes, better than the best I’ve ever had.
Well, for one reason – I’m better.
Tom and I bonded over writing, music and mutually pining after our exes.
Unlike me, Tom thinks that love will pass him by unless his ex-girlfriend returns.
I however, am optimistic.
And for me.