I seem to be getting through a lot of books lately. I pick them up in the new book section at my library and think…hmm…why not? My latest book is Behind the Bedroom Door: Getting It, Giving It, Loving It, Missing It edited by Paula Derrow. It is a collection of essays on sex written by women. Yes, yet again I have picked up a book that was probably not meant for me, but I’m always curious to see things from the other side.
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Sometimes when you want to grow as a person, it is good to learn about yourself first. In my case, I want to know who the real Kyle Edginton is. I want to know who I am as a man and who I am as a person. Today, I read a book that took me a step closer to uncovering some of that mystery.
Being married to my wife Amelia is one of the most important parts of my life. So when I found this article online, I thought it would be good to share with you. I hope you enjoy it.
Be willing to take that step and never regret it no matter what happens.
Maybe you got married and had kids, then the marriage turned sour. Don’t dwell on the bad marriage, rejoice in that fact that that marriage blessed you with wonderful children. If you didn’t have children, rejoice in the fact that you now know what not to do or who not to do it with the next time. Learn from the experience. As an aside, if you are in a bad marriage and have kids, you can still go after your dream of finding true love.