An online version of a psychology magazine has a piece written by a woman about her divorce. The woman is in her forties and is remarried. She uses as a starting point her current husband’s declaration of love. She muses about her first marriage, when she was in her twenties, and how it went wrong. She concludes that some of the blame for the marriage falls on her. She realizes she never had enough love for her ex.
- You can go from an unhappy marriage to a healthy one
- Even if love exists in a bad marriage, it is suffocated
- A good second marriage can come from two unhappy in love people
“I don’t condone nor can I forget the details. I don’t even want to, it’s part of my life.”