Whether it is Lipstick or Not, It has CAUSED Trouble Like Never Before.

@waflay (2724)
Nairobi, Kenya
June 12, 2017 3:30pm CST
I just don't know from where did I pick up some color that looks like lipstick on my shirt. The thing is, that color is a no go zone in my house since she doesn't wear make ups--- she likes it natural and I love her for that. Anyway, she is the one who first saw the color. Trouble is, I don't know where I picked it and how it just happened to be on the collar. It is hard to make her understand and move on. She may pretend that all is well but her actions speak volumes, her eyes tell a story from yonder and her behaviors do have something that I can't decipher. She is a person who would hit you before you realize she is mad at you. Her facial expression does not give a hint of hidden anger...but I can always tell because of past experiences. Well, it is called love life and when crazy stuff happens behind your knowledge, be ready to deal with it like it happened in the reality. Yes! I did my best to explain my quick theories, but still, there were blank spaces I could not find better explanations for. Now, How does one convince his or her lover to accept the facts and change her mind about an issue? Explain to me like how you would when teaching a kid the first ABCs
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@Happy2BeMe (71067)
• Canada
12 Jun
I hope the two of you can work through this. Give her time. For her, her entire world has come crashing down. Even though it's not lipstick she is having doubts and thinking it could be. It happened to me but it was indeed lipstick even though he swore it wasn't. I was crushed and devastated because I trusted him more then anybody in the world and he betrayed me. We ended up parting ways. But in your case you are innocent so even though she seems distant now she will come around. She just needs time and space to collect her thought. I hope it all works out.
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@waflay (2724)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun
In those delicate hours, I did my best to remain calm and I did stick with my story even when it had loopholes all over. I just hope my innocence will pay off. Thanks for your info @Happy2BeMe , I won't rush for whatever she is thinking about me... I will stay cool till the day she will open up.
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@Happy2BeMe (71067)
• Canada
13 Jun
@waflay and she will. Everything will work out.
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• United States
12 Jun
It sounds like you are in a spot of bother and trouble there Waflay and this I am sorry to hear. And I am also sorry that I cannot advise as I have never been in this situation. Someone here may have some answers for you.
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@waflay (2724)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun
It is trouble hour. I hope things will change after some time, though I doubt she will ever forget this day.
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• United States
12 Jun
@waflay Yes but there is hope that she may soften as time goes on Waflay, meanwhile enjoy hell.
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@waflay (2724)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun
@TiarasOceanView It is only through hell that we learn to be more careful and we become stronger
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• United States
12 Jun
This sort of sounds like a trust issue no matter how honest and fourth right you are about not really knowing how that color appeared on your collar . . .
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@waflay (2724)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun
It might be, but I can't blame her for such misunderstanding.. the fact that the color was nowhere else but on the front side of the collar leaves too much at stake.
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• United States
12 Jun
@waflay are you absolutely certain it was from another source besides a woman that got her supposed lipstick on your collar ?
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@waflay (2724)
• Nairobi, Kenya
12 Jun
@enlightenedpsych2 I was busy the whole day, I didn't have time to mingle with people but only after work did I use public transport back home. My guess is, someone left the color on my shirt as I was passing along the crowded bus isle.
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