Mistakes I Made In My First Marriage- Part Three

Well… that was fun!

After being called “rude”, “attention seeking”, while attending my own personal “Pity Party”, because I was “bored” with my life and “living in the past”, I have a hard time wanting to post the last part of the series.

I do not care about the jaded opinions of a very small few, but I do despise drama.

I also hope that their ridiculous take on the series was not shared by many more of you. Why? Because I truly wanted to write about how I learned from my mistakes, in relation to others potentially not seeing their own current mistakes. It was my intention to not put words in her mouth, but to show my personal pitfalls as a human.

If we cannot learn from our past’s, we will never grow wise. So, for those of you that never want to revisit the past for a moment of reflection, you will always remain foolish, and that is a fact.

I could have thrown dirt, but why? What point does it serve me?

What does serve me is being open and honest about common but seldom spoken about problems we all encounter.

For those of you that appreciated the previous two post, I want to sincerely thank you. It is not easy to lay your heart out there for all to see. I know that I am at risk when doing that, but your support makes the comments from foolish people worth it.

I love all of you, even the rude ones…



4 thoughts on “Mistakes I Made In My First Marriage- Part Three

  1. Hi Joshua,

    We welcome you to the A to Z Challenge 2016. Thank you for signing up and participating in the world’s biggest group of bloggers. We’re so excited to have you with us on board.

    We hope you’re all geared up for the challenge.

    All the best 🙂

    Geets, a member of A-Z co-host AJ Lauer’s wHooligan team.


    1. Hi Geets,
      I’m excited for the challenge! I am definitely geared up! Ready on the other hand? Probably not. It will be a frustrating kind of fun, that I am sure. Thank you for the wonderful welcome.
      Best Regards,


  2. So you won’t post a third?
    I think these are helpful for many. Even those who aren’t married.
    All I do know is that no matter what we lay out, as writers, there will never be a time where 100% understand or are receptive in a positive way. Whether we actually hear it or not, there will be negative reception.
    Yet it is not for reception that we should ever write. When we release ourselves of that expectation, we become free to create, to be obedient to His desires and direction.

    Keep taking steps Joshua. 🙂

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