Dear Suzie, I abruptly ended the affair a few weeks ago. Now I feel like I should talk to him and explain why. Do you think this is a good idea?
Here’s something I want you to understand: affairs have no etiquette and no protocols. They don’t come with privileges, and those who partake in them have no rights. When you end an affair, no explanations are needed… simply an exit.
Beneath the desire to explain, comfort, or ease the pain, lurks an even deeper (hidden) desire for approval and validation.
And if you’re willing to be honest with yourself, you might discover that this approval-seeking tendency has a lot to do with why you got into this affair in the first place.
Take some good advice:
Exit this affair (quietly and permanently).
Know this: Silence communicates… and it is both powerful and irrefutable.
Now is a time to let your silence speak loud and clear.
Until we speak again…
Remember… Love Wins!