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What Divorced Women Wish They Had Done Differently
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Divorce is not easy or fun, but realizing you can and will make it through this time of your life is the first step. Realizing what went wrong and what we should have or shouldn't done in the marriage will give us the clarity and the courage to move forward.
Do you have any regret or wish you have done differently in your marriage?
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I wish I hadn't wasted the money on a big wedding. But without the experiences I went through, I wouldn't be who I am today.
I wish I hadn't wasted the money on a big wedding. But without the experiences I went through, I wouldn't be who I am today.
I am grateful to my ex. I am who I am today because of it. Our life is a sum of our experiences, good and bad. I'd never be who I am today without. I didn't think spending that kind of $$$ was a smart move, though. That's my only regret.
Haha! I wish I never heard of the five love languages. Knew it since the beginning of our marriage and he always complained that his love tank was empty. mm hmm
We all need to love ourselves and understand what we need and deserve for ourselves in order to put that into a relationship like marriage. I'd agree that's true, but not just for women, for men as well. The ability to be truthful rather than pretend to be what you think someone else wants or what a wife and mother is supposed to be, and be accepted for that truth.
If it weren't for my wonderful daughter that I have, who was born nine years into my marriage, I wish I'd ended it after the first year. It was clear from the beginning I was more like a mom than a wife and it got old quick.
I’m glad that they are thinking about these things, learning, growing, correcting and not making the same mistakes to some other man.
This is good reflection. Good job ladies! I’m proud! slightly smiling face
I’m glad that they are thinking about these things, learning, growing, correcting and not making the same mistakes to some other man.
This is good reflection. Good job ladies! I’m proud! slightly smiling face
This is making the assumption that the woman was primarily to blame.
This is making the assumption that the woman was primarily to blame.
Well it’s refreshing to see the women are taking responsibility and correcting. That’s a good thing right?
Well it’s refreshing to see the women are taking responsibility and correcting. That’s a good thing right?
There’s the identical story of what men would have done differently. So, no.
There’s the identical story of what men would have done differently. So, no.
I’ll say what I want. None of it was offensive and what I read was some women seeing their errors and correcting them. I think that’s a good thing and a step in the right direction. Do you not?
I’ll say what I want. None of it was offensive and what I read was some women seeing their errors and correcting them. I think that’s a good thing and a step in the right direction. Do you not?
Don't waste your energy. There will always be people picking these things apart, flipping them over, and going all"whataboutism" even if they are talking about positive things. I agree with your sentiment. Things take steps.
I wish I left sooner!
I wished I had left him at the altar .... 25 minutes late to the ceremony - no call, didn’t answer anyone’s calls, showed up solo like it’s no big deal ... I was minutes away from calling it off. In hindsight, I should have.
Yeah what I wish I would have done differently is to never have gotten married in the first place.
Quit asking for cash and you might be worth the time, effort or a gift instead of annoyance. At least something.
Too late to cry. face with tears of joy
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