When I Was Divorcing My Ex, I Told Him That I Love Him But I Can’t Stay With Him – Lady Says
Falling out of love isn’t uncommon. It’s devastating, yes, but sometimes it just happens. A relationship his a sour note, things go stale and you’re ready for something else. You have no desire to carry on a romantic relationship with your partner any longer, but you don’t know how to tell them without causing some serious hurt.
Marriage counselor, Blessing has stated that she told her ex-husband she loved him but couldn’t remain in a marriage with him she had to divorce him.
“My ex-husband and I never clicked as a couple when we were married. Even though I loved him, I couldn’t remain with him throughout our divorce since the longer I stayed with him, the more likely it was that he would harm me.
My ex-husband was beating me not because he hated me, but because he loved me. He cared deeply for me, yet our personalities clashed. Some individuals you’re meant to admire from a distance.
People who are divorced yet remain close friends may be found outside of this region of the globe. Because we can’t get along with others, we assume they’re our adversaries. People don’t think I’m as old as I am due to my early life experiences.”