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Everywhere was filled with painful, jarring reminders of what Id lost: an elderly couple sitting on a bench, gnarly, arthritic fingers interlaced; a handsome young man in a baseball cap whispering something in his pregnant wifes ear, his arm draped protectively around her shoulders.
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Oh yes, We've all danced to this particular tune at one time in our lives. In my experience, the majority of women are hopeless romantics, believing that, in time, he'll realise how wonderful we are, and fall in love with us ...

— Catherine Sanderson

Monochrome contentment or technicolor roller-coaster? No contest, is it?

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One unforeseen advantage of having a child was that it gave me the excuse to talk to myself to my heart's content and pretend it was for my daughters benefit.

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The reason for my discomfort was simple. Our story - however romantic I could make it sound in my head - sometimes sounded a little tawdry in the re-telling. There was no escaping the fact that I'd been living with the father of my child when we met; that I'd cheated on him, then left; that what James and I now shared was born out of the ruins of another relationship.

— Catherine Sanderson

I couldn't remember the last time I'd felt so wrapped up in someone that I saw only him, caring not a jot what onlookers might think. I ached with nostalgia for a younger, more responsive me, who seemed to feel things more intensely.

— Catherine Sanderson

Life has a habit of making the easy desperately difficult, and the hardest choices so easy as to be no choice at all.

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I wondered then if there could ever be trust in a relationship based from the outset upon deceiving other people.

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I think I'd convinced myself that all long-term relationships end up that way; I really thought I had no right to expect more.

— Catherine Sanderson

Love' was a word I had cheapened with overuse over the years, bleeding it dry of meaning by saying it purely from force of habit, or to convince myself of something of which I was far from sure. I wanted to wait until the words started to feel meaningful again before I used them.

— Catherine Sanderson

Everywhere was filled with painful, jarring reminders of what I'd lost: an elderly couple sitting on a bench, gnarly, arthritic fingers interlaced; a handsome young man in a baseball cap whispering something in his pregnant wife's ear, his arm draped protectively around her shoulders.

— Catherine Sanderson

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