You aren’t here and you aren’t with me. And I was an utter fool for you.
No, it’s not beyond repair; if you’re willing to put in the work.
And no, hyphenating isn’t the answer.
It was his fault. Not theirs. He didn’t deserve me and I should have left years before.
For those going through a divorce; you didn’t ‘fail’ as a couple, you were set up to fail by society’s unrealistic expectations.
Splitting up doesn’t have to mean failure.
As deeply as I loved him, a feeling of relief washed over me when I found out about the affairs.
It’s not too late to recapture those butterflies.
Spoiler alert: it’s mostly about not being an asshole.
The very archaic institution of marriage has set us all up to feel like failures.
‘Til death do you part didn’t include this life-changing reality check.
I remember the moment it hit me, like a punch in the gut.
Say hello to the era of the ‘starter marriage’…
Once you see them, you can’t unsee them…
Meet the people who are privy to some of a couple’s most private moments.
If cheating is so awful, why do so many of us do it?
Half of all marriages fail. Will yours?