Divorce and Remarriage

When I met my ex-husband, I felt as though the world had stopped and nothing existed but our love. As our relationship progressed, I could not imagine my life with out him in it. We were together for 10 years when he dropped the Big “D” word on me. At first he said it was because we had grown apart. This was not my perception on the marriage. It came as an extra shock and incredible pain when I found out he had been cheating on me. We then got divorced. I was crushed and thought that it was not possible to find someone that I loved the way that I had my Ex.

When I met Jon, my heart instantly knew he was someone I could love, however, my heart has been on guard. I believe it is because I am afraid. When he asked me to marry him, my heart skipped a beat, and when we had a quick, private wedding, just him and I, I knew he was the one.

I am still having insecurities about our relationship. I am wanting to learn how to enjoy my new relationship and get rid of all my fears.

-anonymous

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2 Responses to Divorce and Remarriage

  1. Sandra borba says:

    I have read and seen the phrase (Let go let God) so many times. When I am questioning myself and feeling unsure about something, I try to go to this place and let go of my insecurity or doubt. I free myself, and just let life guide the way. I find that if I over think things it gets me in trouble. I try to just live in the moment, and not let my mind take over. Just be happy and life usually leads us down the positive path.

  2. Thanks so much for sharing your story! I bet a lot of people can identify with it. Relationships are all about learning to trust. We need to learn to trust others, and perhaps more importantly ourselves.
    Getting rid of all of your fears may not be the best goal. Your emotions are here to teach you important lessons. Perhaps you and your new husband need to share your fears out loud so they can be discussed and dealt with.
    Emotional honesty is a hall mark of healthy relationships. Or maybe your fears are telling you something that you need to pay attention to. Either way,it will be healing to understand your insecurities better. We all have them, sometimes they make themselves known to protect us from future hurt, which can be helpful,and other times they can actually create hurt by creating so much protection that we don’t let important people close enough to hurt us or love us.

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