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Grass isn't always greener...
DIVORCE.I never dreamed this would become my reality. But it is.After feeling neglected and alone for far too long, I end it,Blindsiding my husband in the process. He's hurt, torn, and confused, Never expecting me to leave.His pain tears at my heart, begs me to stay.And I almost do.Almost.
Moving on isn't as easy as it seems.The memories tap at my conscience,Reminding me of what I'm missing,What I used to have.But, I walked away,From the man I promised forever,Possibly making the worst mistake of my life.
I've let go, given myself a promise of a new life, new hope.But does the other side have more risk than reward?
I hate what Charlotte was going through with Nate. I can’t imagine how hard it was to let someone go who you have so much history with and love for. Though I do believe their separation was good for her. I think she needed time to find out who she was as a person on her own. She was also a bit frustrating at times. She clearly had a problem saying no and I feel like that got her in an even bigger mess. She tried to force something instead of seeing the red flags. At times I found the story to be kind of predictable and solutions came too easy. I think there were many scenarios that could have been a bit more mysterious or suspenseful. I liked the plot but I just wasn’t drawn completely into the whole story. That being said, it did get better around the half way point and I was happy that it ended the way that it did.
It’s easy to recognize the bad when you’re in the moment. All the good is erased and you’re blinded by the negative. Each fight, every moment of hurt starts as a small scab. If taken care of, it’ll heal. But the more you pick, the worse it gets until it festers and infects everything. Is that what I let happen to my marriage? What if I had tried to fix my initial hurt instead of internalizing and letting it fester?