Musings from Borneo

I’m sitting here overlooking the bay from our hotel room in Kota Kinabalu as a tropical storm sets in. We’ve come to Malaysia and Borneo to celebrate 30 years of marriage.

Im not sure where the years have gone. Mostly they have been great years and we’ve mostly enjoyed each other’s company – we still do and get on well most of the time. Sure we’ve had our differences and limerence magnified those and also rewrote a lot of our history.

Im glad we both stuck out my limerence, we both did our emotional growing up and still continue to do so.

So many positives still come from the experience especially the couples work we do together. So many of the people we work with are in limerence and both our experiences (plus SO’s experience of limerence when we first met over an ex) allows us to have more empathy. And its good to know others continue to get help from this site.

I notice how i enjoy life more, living more in the moment. Ive always loved travelling and visiting new places feels even more of an experience now ive learned to be more connected.

To finish – last night’s sunset – a stunner.

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