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Drop of Universe

Drop of Universe

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Published by Victoria Evangelina
"There is a huge and tender soul inside every man but only a few of them are brave enough to show it? Is it possible to find “three-in-one”: a strong man, capable of sharing his emotions and engaging in soulful discussions?
Yes, you can have it all if you really, really, want. And also if you are mature enough to listen to your heart and know that there is your equal out there. This voice of the heart, saying that something doesn’t feel quite right gives you wisdom to leave a relationship that doesn’t work for you instead of nurturing a false hope that maybe, just maybe, it will one day work, and walk away with no fear to be single in search for your soulmate yet again."
"There is a huge and tender soul inside every man but only a few of them are brave enough to show it? Is it possible to find “three-in-one”: a strong man, capable of sharing his emotions and engaging in soulful discussions?
Yes, you can have it all if you really, really, want. And also if you are mature enough to listen to your heart and know that there is your equal out there. This voice of the heart, saying that something doesn’t feel quite right gives you wisdom to leave a relationship that doesn’t work for you instead of nurturing a false hope that maybe, just maybe, it will one day work, and walk away with no fear to be single in search for your soulmate yet again."

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Published by: Victoria Evangelina on Dec 26, 2008
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A Complete Drop of a Complete Universe
© Victoria Evangelina Belyavskaya
18.07.2008
When I first heard my closest girlfriend N. refer to her significant other as “Sukharik” I laughedfor it sounded so cute: “Sukharuk” in translation to English means “dried piece of bread.” Soon Ilearned that the reality was less cute, as I am sure my female readers agree: many of us have metthese “dried pieces of bread” who don’t want to or are afraid of or simply cannot express their emotions. Faced with the simple “how do I look?” question from their pampered up girls, they’dnod their heads and comment on a TV program; they “forget” anniversaries; disappear to givethem their “freedom” and prefer to escape by all means when their female is upset and needs to be held. And they have also created this legend that this is how a “real man” behaves in “reallife.”John Gray’s bestselling book “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus” shows how menand women have different responses to stress situations: men withdraw into their “caves” andwomen try to talk it over, seeking attention. This pattern goes on in stress-free times as well:women are like waves, they give love and energy until the wave crushes if not supported by thesame love and attention from the significant other. This is the time when a woman needs love,support and reassurance the most. But “Sukhariki” do not see this or do not know how to dealwith it.There is a huge and tender soul inside every man but only a few of them are brave enough toshow it? Is it possible to find “three-in-one”: a strong man, capable of sharing his emotions andengaging in soulful discussions?Yes, you can have it all if you really, really, want. And also if you are mature enough to listen toyour heart and know that there is your equal out there. This voice of the heart, saying thatsomething doesn’t feel quite right gives you wisdom to leave a relationship that doesn’t work for you instead of nurturing a false hope that maybe, just maybe, it will one day work, and walk away with no fear to be single in search for your soulmate yet again.A couple of evenings ago I spoke to W. and heard his story of “being out there” for almost adecade, and meeting wonderful women, and opening his heart, and having hopes, and thenfeeling that she was not “the one” and pretty much immediately “wrapping it up” and continuingin his quest… “Oh, my, it must be so difficult and painful. You must grow so tired of this cycleof opening one’s heart and becoming vulnerable just to find out later that she/he is not the ONE,”I said. He sighed: “With time you just start talking openly… I am willing to explore this, but noguarantees.” It is after this talk that I fully understood the depth of the movie “When Harry MetSally” when Marie, cuddling, says to Jess: “Tell me I’ll never have to be out there again.”“You’ll never have to be out there again,” he says.My strategy is different. I tend to stick to what I have, trusting that the man I am with came tomy life for a reason: it is meant to be and he is to teach me what I need to learn at this period of 

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