The messages in my inbox detailing the way people struggle to love themselves after being betrayed, flay my heart and summon the bile up from my gut. I alternately fume and lament, weep and rage on behalf of all who’ve been made to feel unworthy of a safe and protected love. All whose self-confidence has left the building along with the trust they once had for their partner. All who fall into the trap of believing their spouse betrayed them over things like the way they look, their age, or how often they desire intimacy.
Loves, you may have contributed to a state of decline in the strength of your relationship— for don’t we all sometimes? But be so careful not to confuse the ways we fall short in our relationships because we’re human with the need to accept even the smallest portion of the blame for the abysmal way you were treated by a cheating spouse.
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Great post 😁
The fb post has been deleted or the link won’t work. Can you re-link? Pls?
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It still says link broken. 😩 Thank you so much for responding. Your blog has been a comfort to me.
Strange, as it works for me. Just go to the Utter Imperfection Facebook page and search for the Sara Evans post. Thanks for reading along with me!
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