Why Love requires Generosity – Free Ebook

-Dinner is ready. -Why didn’t you ask me if I was hungry? -I did. You said you’d be hungry by 6. It’s 6:30 now. -But I am not, so I don’t want it now. -How’s work? -Fine! -Is something wrong? -No, I’m fine. Just stop asking me. -Babe, you don’t wanna have it, then just don’t have it. You don’t have to eat it. -I’m sorry but you’ve got this thing in your head about like, ‘ooh I’m gonna make a really authentic Italian dinner’, and it’s just this absolutely rank, raw.. -That’s al dente. -That’s al dente? Alright, sorry my mistake. It’s lovely. Mmm, delicious Right, come on. Oh for God’s sake. -Leave me alone. -Now come on get dressed we’re gonna be late. Come on. -I’m not going. -What? you have to come, it’s not just any old dinner it’s my mom’s birthday. She’s expecting you to be there. -No, I don’t even like your mom I don’t know why you keep asking me to go to these things. -You don’t have to come. I’ll tell them you’re not well, and try and leave early and come back and we’ll just watch a film or something. -Stop, stop it, stop. -What’s wrong? -I said stop! I am reading. I am reading a book, you never give me any space! -Sorry. I don’t mean to crowd to you. It’s fine, no pressure. -No, I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to explode like that. -It’s okay. I love you. -I love you too, but I am gonna read. Ah! Oh God, it’s as scary as it looks. Scary book. [Girl laughing] -That’s the part that guy told you. -Oh!

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