To My Ex-Husband’s New Girlfriend: I’m Sorry


1I was hoping that I would never have to see your face.

I tried really hard to ensure that I would never even have to learn your name, but social media and its passively cruel games in hopes of connecting people together had another plan. I didn’t recognize your face, or your name, but we had a few friends in common, and I definitely recognized the man standing next to you in your profile picture.
And my world stopped turning.

I know what you’re thinking right now-crazy ex-wife is stalking your profile because you’re dating her ex-husband and she’s mad. And jealous. And sad. And I don’t blame you, but, you would be wrong. Continues on the next pages…



  1. Listen well women see if you see any of this in your relationship. It happens so easily over time that by the time you notice you are to humiliated to say or do anything because you have already criticized the ones who tried to help you. He has taken your pride, self esteem and left you feeling unworthy of the help your friends and family have tried so hard to give you. First the words of total destruction to your confidence in yourself, then shaking your love for yourself by telling you he is doing you a favor just by excepting you when you have so little to offer. Then of coarse it is your fault he hit you you just don’t do a thing right and it’s all your fault he gets so frustrated. But he promises that it will never happen again, he brings you gifts and says what you want to hear and it’s all good till the next time and there will be a next time I can promise you that.

  2. You are going to get through this. You have a beautiful child who needs you to always be at his side. Take care of him and yourself. You are in my prayers.

  3. You are going to have it hard not to remember what he put you thru but remember you have a son who needs you more than his dad does.


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