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Man Unfolds Crazy Story Of His Wife’s Affair Over 3 Days On Reddit & It’s A Wild RideBut that doesn't mean it's not confusing, emotion, and at times, terrible. Divorce tends to bring out the worst in all parties involved. Think: screaming, crying, and prolonged custody battles over your goldfish. And it's not uncommon for women to look back with a few regrets about who the whole split went down. Hey, it happens to the best of us. I had been traveling in Asia with my husband and writing about it for my websiteand after the divorce, I moved back to Los Angeles to start fresh. I felt like a failure and I was so sad. I joked to friends that I lived in Sucksville and it seemed like those feelings would never change or end. I felt shattered. I read Supersurvivors and it really resonated with me, and helped me realize I needed to forgive myself and stop fantasizing about changing the past. My favorite passage reads:. But then I met someone who was interested in starting a family and pursuing the same lifestyle as me, and everything just clicked. I ended up moving from Colorado to North Carolina to live with her. My very valid reasons for divorce were completely shrouded by her pain of being replaced so quickly. I regret that I hurt her and left so quickly for someone else. He pursued me for nine solid years. We had a great friendship and I could talk to him about anything. We started dating when I turned 23, and got engaged, married and had our amazing son shortly after. We got divorced after about eight years. Even though we have a child together, we have not spoken to each other since May of We have so much history. I understand we are not compatible but I hate the fact that we threw away a strong history and friendship. We relocated to the U. When it was clear we were never going to move back, I initiated a divorce. My husband threatened to take away my opportunity for citizenship, which I needed so that even if I left, I could still see my children if they stayed in the U. It was a long and grueling process, but we got through it. My ex-husband cheated on me with multiple women, and there was no going back for me once I found out. He tried to repair it and I responded with extreme disdain. We drove the knife deeper into our hearts. If there had been some documentation of the assets I brought into it, I think I could have limited some of those losses. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Getty Images. Here's what five women would change about their big breakups: 'I wish I'd been kinder to myself'. Related Story. Kristin Canning Kristin Canning is the health editor at Women's Health, where she assigns, edits and reports stories on emerging health research and technology, women's health conditions, psychology, mental health, wellness entrepreneurs, and the intersection of health and culture for both print and digital. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. More From Relationships.
15 Painfully Honest Reasons Men Regret Ever Getting Married
When I met my husband he was the nicest person in the world to me. He was so smart, funny, thoughtful, and the handsomest man I ever met. So when asked me to marry me I was so happy. We were married for 9 years and had two kids they were 6 and 4 when my husband left to go on a trip for work. So while he was gone I went out with my best friend and she brought her brother with her. He was very muscular strong good looking very sexy. So when we went back home he dropped off his sister and offered to take me home. I said yes but instead we went to his house and I began a three year long affair. I wasn't thinking I hadn't had sex like that in years and he made me feel sexy and alive. So one day my husband comes home early to surprise me and tell he got a promotion and he would be able to spend more time with me but he caught me in bed with another man. Long story short I wanted a divorce he begged for a second chance and I broke his heart it hurts me every time I think about it. Once I got the divorce I got full custody of the kids later I started to regret my disigion and now I wish I can take it all back. I wish this was just a bad dream and I could wake up in my ex husbands arms and tell me That every thing was alright. I miss the way he would take care of me and be there for me. Now I live with the thought that he can't see his kids again or that he won't be able to come visit them. I tried to talk to him after all this happend but he turned me away. I understend why but I still love him. I just wish I had been a better person, a better mother, a better wife. Now my kids hate me and my friends are upset that I would do that to my husband. I just want to know if I can become a better person and help my kids and even get my life back on track. Any advice. Tags: Custody ; Divorce ; Friend ; Kids. Quick answer You never loved your husband. You loved the fact that you found a patsy to take care of you while you screwed around. And I'm wondering what kind of story you concocted so that you got sole custody of the kids, and he's not allowed to see them again. People are seeing you for what you really are. You're screwed. Become a better person is always possible. You can not change history and all your wrong doings will haunt you forever. Sorry that just how life is. You had a man who was willing to forgive you after you cheated for no reason. God's wrath is worst then man's revenge. Who wants an old bitch with 2 kids? The only men willing to be responsible for that is the husband and you lost him. Lover boy bounced when he had to take responsibility so now your alllllll alone. Lol dumb butch. This is a lame story she cheats and asks her loving husband for a divorce and gets custody and no visitation that is bullshit.
16 Anonymous Woman Share What They Regret About Their Marriage And Divorce
Marriage Coach Harley Street. What do you do when a spouse is convinced the marriage is over? Unfortunately for many couples, they are unaware of how much havoc their minds can play with their thoughts as they struggle to make sense of their marital crisis. So I thought it worthwhile to expand this topic to help you either avoid this or take action if divorce is on your mind. When we experience relationship problems, of course, our feelings are real, but the meanings we put to them are not going to be as factual as we might think. I remember a couple in a session 3 years ago, she was hell-bent on leaving her husband, they had a two-year-old son. She was shut down and totally detached emotionally. She said she had no feelings for him whatsoever and they were over. I was not convinced she was doing the right thing and told her so, but she was on a mission to leave. Three months after she left him she called an emergency session with me and flew s of miles to spend a day with me. She wanted to know why she had wanted a divorce so passionately and why did she feel so different today? This turned out to be impossible for her because although he never wanted the divorce he had quickly moved on to what turned out to be his new wife. Some people are divorcing their partner only to discover they experience similar problems in the next relationship. Individuals come to sessions after multiple relationship failures communicating that they can now see the problem was not their partners or their relationships it was actually them. In the severest of cases as a person moves towards divorce, the individual can seem to rewrite their history to be bad right from the start and be reluctant to even seek help because what they feel represents their new truth. What they feel and have been feeling for a while has not helped them feel good and so they have attached that feeling to their relationship, but this assumption will always be an oversimplification. One of the many challenges: The person who is feeling bad is usually unaware they are the one creating their own feelings and so the question that is left unanswered is what feelings are being created and what is really causing them? So if a person is shutting down emotionally in their relationship this needs to be expanded so they can learn if the relationship is really dying or is the persons thinking is part of the problem. What I usually find is both peoples thinking has been the problem and this is due to a catalogue of misunderstandings leading the couple to disconnect. In my position, I know full well how much couples need to know if they are going to have a relationship for life. One of the typical focuses is to keep all the wrongs they have experience alive in their mind. If couples took a moment to explore their relationship and their own behaviours what many will discover is where they are is where they should be based on how they have reacted to each other. Getting a divorce is a big decision and for many a big gamble and sadly they are not aware they are taking it. All they are focused on is getting out and feeling good again. Divorcing has lasting consequences not just for the couple, but also for their children not forgetting the extended families. So when they do get out of the marriage feeling good can be a short-lived relief followed by the real truth that any divorce will bring. International relationship expert Stephen Hedger's philosophy on relationship problems is this: Couples fail to understand their relationships because they are too focused on their problems and so they totally miss what created them. Stephen's approach is a refreshing and enlightening journey that helps couples uncover their truth. His strategies uncover the knowledge that all couples need to create a successful and lasting passionate connection. If you are in crisis and you need help, book an initial consultation today to get your life back on track. I am looking to discover if the couple can become a team, overcome their problems together and create a dynamic that will create a loving and passionate life together. My approach is to take you from where you are, to where you want to be… fast! Marriage Coach. Stephen Hedger is known as the most sought after marriage in crisis specialist in the UK. He is famous for consistently and naturally saving marriages from divorce in weeks without the need to create changes that are short lived.
"I Regret My Divorce"