Looking back I know

I’ve made mistakes in my marriage. I only wish I could tell him I’m sorry. 


3 thoughts on “Looking back I know

  1. Don’t be too hard on yourself. As the expression goes, “It takes two to Tango.” You are only human and relationships are composed of two people. Know that you did your best and his actions were motivated by his decisions. Nobody is perfect. I know you are going through a difficult time but please try not to go down the Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda and If Only road. You and your children are in my prayers.


  2. I know I haven’t been commenting on many of your recent posts, (I’ve been dealing with killer migraines lately), but I wanted you to know that I’ve read each and every one. I know I’m mainly repeating what everyone else has already said, but you’ve got to stop being so hard on yourself. I know. That’s easier said than done! It sounds like your doing your best under very difficult circumstances. The most important thing is that your husband is in a safe place where he’s hopefully getting the help he needs. You need to take care of yourself and your munchkins. And that includes not beating yourself up over things you may or may not have done. *I’m wagging my finger at you*! None of us is perfect. All we can do is learn from our mistakes. I know this Christmas will be difficult for you and your children, but you’re together, so I hope you can find comfort in that. As always, you are in my thoughts and prayers.


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