Dealin’ With The Baggage. By: Mark Turns. Copyright (c) 2008 Mark Turns.

Don’t Take Me Through All Of These Changes (Remix). By Mark Turns. Copyright (c)2007/2008 Mark Turns.

I Love You, But… Isn’t Always Bad. By: Mark Turns. Copyright (c) 2011 Mark Turns.

*** I Love You, But… can be bad however, there are times, when “I Love You, But…” may not be so bad because, there are people who are willing to tell the one that they love the truth instead of waiting until they’re serious and then the one that they love finds out that they have tremendous amounts of baggage that may eventually affect both of them and their relationship.  There are also times when you find out that someone isn’t the person whom you thought they were. There are also times when the signs are already there as plain as daylight that tell you what the middle and the ending of the story or journey is going to be before it even gets started. Nobody’s perfect but there are many times when giving your love to the wrong person can have devastating results.

Regarding the above-mentioned titles “ Dealin’ With The Baggage” –AND- “I Love You, But” let me put it another way as it would apply to relationships. You saw a new car that you really love and have every intention on buying but, before you purchase the new car you find out that the dealer or seller of the new car knowingly and willfully failed to tell you the car has a defective engine and transmission. Would you still buy that new car? Even if it means that you’ll be stuck with the costs of repairing the engine and the transmission that may equal or exceed the total value of that new car? Also think about what else could possibly be wrong with that new car besides just the engine and the transmission. This can cause people to end or back away in relationships.


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