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If you were to remarry, would what would you do differently?
That's the question Emma Johnson tackled on Friday in a HuffPost Divorce blog listing ...
Planning a wedding can teach you a lot -- about yourself, your spouse, your relationships with friends and family -- not to mention how to handle some...
When I found myself suddenly single at the age of 32 after being betrayed by my best friend and
When I left my husband, nothing could prepare me for what I faced next: nasty rumors, money issues, a vengeful ex, romantic feelings for someone I did not expect and an overwhelming sense of grief.
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What I didn't know when I tied the knot at 22.
I was barely 20 when we married. We had zero dollars, so I didn't have an engagement ring.
Yesterday I was moving some dates around in my calendar and I realized that next month is my wedding anniversary. Just as that date seems to slip up on me every year, so too did these last eight years.
First I was married to a man who was totally wrong for me. He hid behind the newspaper for hours and ignored me when I tried to talk to him. He was ...
The cake -- and all it stood for -- would help me evaluate my actions and make choices that let me keep calm and carry on. High hopes for a lump of flour and sugar.
Kim's anguish over her crappy marriage was too painfully authentic to be an act. As it turns out, Kim is just like the rest of us (give or take a few million dollars and a world-famous butt).
Instead of blaming my husband for not having a job, for spending money frivolously, for amassing huge quantities of stuff, I began to have compassion for his story.
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