Your marriage is falling apart and he is thinking about leaving you.
That’s the big secret.
I understand the pain that you must be going through I really do and here’s a couple more things that he isn’t going to tell you but you need to hear. #SisterToSister
It’s not you, its him. It really is him, please believe him. He has problems.
Your unwavering support has made me who I am today.
When we met, I didn’t think I stood a chance with you. You were gorgeous as hell and you could have dated any boy you wanted but you chose me. I didn’t know what I had done right to be chosen by you. I didn’t look like nothing but you saw something in me and gave me a chance. I will always be grateful for that. You were the manure that has made me the solid fruit bearing tree that I am today.
Thank you for the beautiful children.
You had me three wonderful babies and that’s a gift that I’ll always treasure. Being a mother, especially to my kids hasn’t been easy but you took it in your stride. I didn’t realize how tired you became. I was blind to the sacrifices that you had to make to be the great mom that you are. I felt neglected. I feel so bad admitting this to you but ever since the kids came I feel sidelined. The responsibility of being the man of the house has been overwhelming and I just want to be free again. Free from you, free from the kids. I want my cake and to eat it too.
I’m sorry for wasting your time
After 8 years of being together I am very sorry for wasting your time. Somewhere along the road I realized that you weren’t the one for me and I wasn’t man enough to tell you this. Truth is, you were my stepping stone. You were the one who said yes when all the other women said no. You were the girl who dated me when I didn’t have any money. Now that I have money I’d like to pursue the girls that I couldn’t afford before.
I’m too good for you
When we met you were the stronger one in the relationship. As the relationship progressed, I start to change and evolve and I am the better partner in the relationship. I’m sorry to say that I have outgrown you. You should have upgraded yourself and come up to my level. I am ashamed of you. I can’t take you to business meetings and cocktails because you will embarrass me. Ever since the kids came, you have let yourself go. I can’t stand the sight of you.
I’m very sorry that you loved a jerk. May your heart start to heal. May you find the closure that you need to move past without being burdened with bitterness and resentment. I can come over with wine and ice cream. We’ll watch War Room and maybe pray for your marriage.