In our quest to magically become united with the right person, oftentimes women place sole emphasis on what a man should bring to the table. As opposed to putting forth effort into becoming the ideal--albeit imperfect--partner, we come to the relationship table with our foil and storage containers expecting to reap benefits that are void of any personal responsibility. You cannot build a foundation on sex alone and expect everything else to magically line up. In any relationship, unresolved issues at the table, or under the rug, can expose a story far greater than any sweetened words. Your future doesn't stand a chance if you continue to ignore your past. Get ready for some revelations...in the mirror.
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"What Are You Bringing to the Table was great! You cannot read just one story in this area because they all are great and hit in every aspect of our lives. I appreciate you, Sheree, for revealing reality."
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