We all know about The Five Love Languages, but do you know about the five voices of divorce? You may not refer to them by name, but if you have faced the end of a relationship, you have certainly heard their call. Unlike the gentle languages of love, the voices of divorce are harsh, often abusive in tone. They tell us that we are broken, they implore us to lash out at ourselves and others and they plant seeds of fear and doubt. If we listen to the voices for too long, we risk believing their lies and falling into their trap. Learn the tricks that the five voices of divorce use and how to escape their grasp. Click here to read the rest of the post.
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I speak broken Spanish, broken French and — according to my ninth-grade English teacher — broken English. That could explain how I missed the seven words in the Love language in my first marriage. Seven years into my second marriage, I’ve become fluent in at least one of those languages. Not counting English…
I was all about the Five Love Languages and anything Gary Chapman for that matter. My soon to be ex, however, was not. I tried everything in my power to save our marriage for our children. He is now living with his girlfriend.
And probably listening to the voices of divorce…
Yes. Her voice. Sickening.
Yes, all that and lots of coffee and tears.
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