Remarriage–Is It Beneficial?

Posted by on March 9, 2018 in Shirley's Blog | 4 comments

 

 

 

 

It’s still in the birthing stage…

 

I’m working on a new book with the help of my husband, Jim. We’re combining our stories of previous marriages–the highs and lows—and our story. Today I’m going to give you, dear readers, a sneak peek at a portion of the story. It’s still in the birthing stage…..

Sneak peek

Her story:
I wish I could say our marriage was perfect in every way, but I can’t. We were young. Neither of us had ever lived on our own. It was our pattern of communicating that started out so wrong…….

His story:

I had the heartbreak of being a part-time dad and a full-time step-father. I’m a family man and always have been. I love my three kids, and I never dreamed I’d be a step father, let alone, a divorced father. When I pledged wedding vows to her, I meant them. It’s true, we were practically kids on that March day in 1969. I was not even twenty years old…….

Our story:

There are many pluses in remarriage. We are settled. We don’t need to prove anything to the other. We learned from past mistakes that some things just aren’t important enough to argue about. Our relationship is unique. Jim’s background is similar, yet different than mine. Both of us were raised in religious homes—but the difference lies in denominations—his, Catholic and mine, Baptist.

 

 

That’s it for now. What do you think? Do you want to know more? I’d love your comments.

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4 Comments

  1. Can’t wait to hear the rest.

  2. This sounds wonderful. Please write fast! I know it will be great!

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