#31: Rebuilding a Marriage: Making peace with the past & the most important things

This is the last post in the series and rather than writing I wish I could look you in the eye and hold your hand ( if you’re a person who doesn’t mind being touched), and I would tell you that we’re in this together and I believe in you. I can’t do that, so … More #31: Rebuilding a Marriage: Making peace with the past & the most important things

#30 Rebuilding a Marriage: Year 4: Let’s not do that again

Before 2013 I had only ever watched relationships break down from a distance. It looked messy and painful. For a while I had a professional role with those whose  broken relationships meant that they needed to separate or divorce, and I did my job, but the thought of what they were going through didn’t keep … More #30 Rebuilding a Marriage: Year 4: Let’s not do that again

#29 Rebuilding a Marriage: FAQs: Do you and your husband talk about what happened?

So there was a relationship with another person, and prior to that there was a very difficult marriage with a lot of problems, and there were faults and weaknesses on both sides, and there were hard circumstances and two very flawed humans. And now there are two very flawed humans who have a much better … More #29 Rebuilding a Marriage: FAQs: Do you and your husband talk about what happened?

#28: Rebuilding a Marriage: FAQs: Do you ever think about the ‘what ifs’?

There is a short answer to this question and it’s Yes. Yes I have spent a lot of time thinking about all sorts of possible alternative directions for my story. In the days immediately after I broke off contact with the other I thought of him all the time every day and the ‘what if’ … More #28: Rebuilding a Marriage: FAQs: Do you ever think about the ‘what ifs’?