It took its toll on the relationship. But Liza was not a quitter. She always wanted to make it work. Sometimes she asked herself, how people would manage to be together a lifetime and still talk about ‘the magic between them’. The magic between her and Tim was long gone before they broke up, if it was there at all.
Liza focused more and more on her job and she started spending more time at the Krav Maga studio which was part of the Club, a Martial Art she chose to do. It provided a good way for her to let some steam off, to get out of her comfort zone. At Krav instead of being the nice and understanding partner in a dead relationship, she was kicking, hitting and fighting to the point where she actually felt good about herself. She could swear and scream at her opponent. It was part of the training. It was another world.
At the end of the day, Liza would go back to Tim, who loved his career more than anything else. Liza’s job was important to her as well but she always knew that she would happily step back if a family would be in the picture. And she definitely wanted a family in her future. Tim on the other side was different. He was never keen on having kids. She never figured out, why he was so reluctant. He just made it clear and told her more than once that he was not the family type.
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