Okay, so the last entry left you with my secret of my husband’s infidelity, and I touched on how I felt. But what about some of the ‘lead up’ to my discovery? (Note: There is a huge discrepancy as to when he cheated and when I actually found out, so the events ‘leading up’ can’t … Continue reading Sex, Marriage & Lies: Be Kind, Rewind
The media blows up every single time #relationshipgoals #perfectcouple of Hollywood breaks up. And every single time the "perfect" couple ends, people always say the same things: Some people are talking about the fact that if they can’t make it, no one can. Others are talking about how divorce never used to be a thing. … Continue reading Divorce Is Not A Failure
To be honest, this is a question friends closer to me usually ask, not random strangers on the internet, but I think it’s important message about forgiveness, and explaining what and why in such a situation. We’ll name the three A, B, and C, to make it easier - the story isn't about who they … Continue reading The Friendship Breakup: Why Could You Forgive One Friend, But Not All?
In 2013, I was really well. I had a large group of friends, had recently started dating a man who would eventually become my husband, and was fitter and thinner than I’d been in a little while. If you’d asked me then, I would’ve said I was the happiest I’d ever been and I genuinely … Continue reading 5 Ways Being Chronically Ill Is Worse Than You Think
People act like life is so different after high school; like if you weren’t ‘popular’ it doesn’t matter because things would suddenly change. Be better. Become better. In some ways, I guess that’s true. Things are, in many ways, easier to deal with. Small dramas no longer feel like they are potentially life-ending, earth-shattering bad. … Continue reading Some Girls Are
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