Last night I came home to silence and an I miss my marriage house. I worked 10 hours and was in traffic for 50 minutes. I get home starving, trying to figure out what to cook. The trash stinks so while I get a pot of water to boil for spaghetti, I multitask by also washing dishes and taking out the I miss my marriage. I really want to blog but now I am exhausted so I turn on Netflix, light candles, drink wine and relax.
Over the past couple of weeks, I have been reflecting on marriage or well the absence of it. February made two years since my divorce and now that things are more stabilized after relocating, my life has begun to speed up. I am active in the community,
I miss my marriage long hours, I am at church often, and just living my life and this is so exciting. But because my life has been pretty active, it makes me remember the partner that I had and realize that he is not I miss my marriage right now.
When I say partner, I mean the husband figure, not the man but just the so-called role of a husband. You know that companion you would come home to? The one you
I miss my marriage with about almost everything.
I reflected on the absence of marriage, helped me to think about the things I miss most about being married. My marriage lasted a quick two and a half years and in those years I laughed, cried a lotand learned a lot.
But I loved being married. I would never get back with my ex-husband and I try not to regret marrying him but again, I loved being married.
I would never wish or tell anyone to get a divorce, I would also, never tell anyone to stay married either but my divorce was one of the best things that have ever happened to me.
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Sorry, your blog cannot posts by email. Miss the companionship/friendship– although I love my peace, I miss Miss the dreams and future plans– Being married, I felt we pushed each. that my marriage was over. There are enough with hindsight that I often think “ you idiot, it was so blindingly obvious, how could you miss this.
Below, HuffPost Divorce readers offer some real talk on the things they miss most about marriage. Scroll down to read their responses, then.