One thought on “Divorce As a Catalyst for Transformation

  • January 28, 2018 at 9:57 am

    In my own experience, I had NO responsibility in my divorce. I’m not in denial—my hisband was a narcissistic and abusive piece of sh$t. People can have flaws, but those don’t cause people to be trashy, lying cheaters. The cheater and abuser is responsible for his/her actions. My ex’s sin is HIS, NOT mine. I married in love and trust. He wasn’t even the person I thought he was. “Sean” doesn’t get off the hook- he’s a selfsih POS, too. If his wife can pick up the pieces, great, but she shouldn’t be victim shamed or take on more blame than she owns.


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