I keep getting the strange sense of deja vu. Feeling like I’ve been here before. Which is crazy on the surface of things. After all, this is a global pandemic, the likes of which have not been seen for 100 years. None of us have been here before. Yet, for those of us who haveContinue reading “Feels Like I’ve Been Here Before”
Category Archives: Abandonment
What One-Star Reviews Can Teach Us About Personal Rejection
I recently discovered (and have been devouring) a new-to-me author, Christian Galacar, who is often compared to Stephen King. After I finished my first download of his, I visited the Amazon page to learn more about him and what else he had published. I soon found myself going down the rabbit hole of reading someContinue reading “What One-Star Reviews Can Teach Us About Personal Rejection”
Was Any of It Real?
“When do you think it started?” I was asked recently in regards to my ex’s betrayals. “I traced it back more than two years, but then I made a decision to stop looking. So really, I have no idea.” I responded to her question while my mind was busy posing its own question to meContinue reading “Was Any of It Real?”
Four Types of Marital Abandonment You Need to Know About
When I filed for a “fault” divorce (which, in retrospect, was a mistake), one of the reasons cited was “marital abandonment.” It was a clear call – he walked out of the house and out of my life, leaving everything behind in order to start a new life in a new state. It’s the textbookContinue reading “Four Types of Marital Abandonment You Need to Know About”