Bursting bubbles....

Saturday, June 20, 2009

I am a bubble person, I live in a bubble. No one comes into my bubble and, with great reluctance will I ever step out of it. I have never been a good communicator of my thoughts and feeling to those around me and to those that are close to me. My husband has for many, many years [well since the beginning of our relationship really] told me that I have put up walls around myself and I will not let anyone in. So that is what I mean when I say I live in a bubble.

Something happened in my life a while ago that catapulted me out of my bubble....spectacularly, and life hasn't quite been the same since. Indeed this is not a bad thing, I needed to learn to communicate more and better with the people in my life and I have notice that my blog has/is reflecting this change in me.

As I'm opening up more to those in my life I am doing so here as well. I find that hard, very hard for one that has lived in a bubble for so long.

When I first started this blog, it was only ever written with intention of sharing tales of my sexual adventures inside and outside of my marriage. My random thoughts on infidelity, sex and relationships between men and women. The things that I needed to get out there but were unsuitable for discussion in polite company. Infidelity is a hard secret to keep and very rarely do we have someone we can share it with, all of it. A blog allows for that wonderful, cathartic outlet.

So dear readers, I ask you to bear with me as I step out of my bubble and let all of you into my life and share with you the extraordinary changes and events that have shaped my life this year.I promise I will be back soon with titillating tales of my sexual adventures but first there is some stuff I need to get off my chest!

6 comments:

Topaz said...

I'm so happy that you have found this forum to be therapeutic, as so many of us have. Congrats on taking this step, and I look forward to hearing of your stories!

JANE said...

Looking forward to reading whatever it is you are willing to share :-)

Advizor said...

I think our blogs grow, shrink, change direction, re-invent themselves many times over to meet the needs of the day. Sharing, emotional intimacy, and bubble-bursting, are all part of the journey.

Take us along for the ride and we'll help where ever we can.

bdenied said...

we appreciate any glimpse we get

Hubman said...

I'm looking forward to it. Life isn't all about sex tales and escapades anyway, is it?

RIV said...

I believe this is the reason why many of us have blogs; we need an outlet for what we think about, dream, and a confessional.

Whatever you write, we will read. I wish you the best on your breakthrough.

 
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