Reblog: Speaking Out

Earlier today I read a blog from a poster to whom I subscribe. I’ve never done this before but it was so powerful and so moving that I asked permission from the author to post it on my blog.

It is heart-felt, insightful and convicting. It reveals the ugliness and selfishness of addiction yet offers a compassionate point of view. I hope you are challenged and encouraged by these words:

At this point, the only real regret I have about my first marriage was that I didn’t know. Not about the financial and sexual infidelity (although it would have been nice to have had some insider information!). And not even about his plan to leave and secure another wife. I regret that I didn’t know […]

via Speaking Out: Why Hiding Your Struggles Makes it Worse — Lessons From the End of a Marriage

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