We’ve had a motherfucker of a 2018 – with divorce, property settlements, financial freak-outs, co-parenting challenges and a whole lot of other heinous bullshit.
BUT we’ve learned a lot, and we’ve heard from a lot of you about your experiences too.
We can’t wait to share lessons learned, exciting projects ahead, and lots of ladylove good times to be had in 2019.
I am right in the middle of the emotional tidal wave that is separation. We stopped communicating due to his constant work travel, him prioritizing work above me and the children. I felt like third fiddle to work and the children. He said that he isn’t in love with me anymore as he doesn’t feel like I support him. Therapy isn’t something that he wants to try as he says too much damage has been done and he is too far gone.
I know that I will come out the other side of this and make a great life for me and my kids (he still wants to be in their life but is essentially forming his own life while he has them every 2nd weekend). As you said in the video, I will look back on this and know the break enabled me to form a fantastic life as every woman who has been through it says. My question is in your experience and from what you have heard, do the men also look back and think the same when they come out the other side or do they realise that they let a great thing slip through their fingers? Particularly when women seem to flourish in these situations as we are the strong, more resilient ones.