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5 Women Reveal What Getting Divorced Multiple Times Taught Them

 

“People think that their marriage didn’t make it because they didn’t try hard enough or because there’s something wrong with them. And if you’ve divorced more than once, well, it’s even easier to blame yourself because there’s just one common denominator: you. In fact, your parents, relatives, friends, neighbors, and perhaps even potential new romantic interests may tell you that it’s your fault. But don’t believe it. Longevity is not the only measure of a marriage’s success. After all, haven’t we all seen unions that last ‘until death’ but are devoid of love, sex, or respect and full of anger, contempt, or passive-aggressiveness? Why would those marriages be considered successful? Whenever you’re faced with judgment from others, or even from that voice inside your head, please remind yourself that healthy, happy, and fulfilling marriages don’t end in divorce.” (When you are ending your marriage, steer clear of these 11 things divorce lawyers say you should never do.) —Vicki Larson, divorced twice, coauthor of The New “I Do”

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