The Fallout That Happens When You Take Back Your Ex-Husband

May 22, 2018  |  
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Remarrying one’s ex-husband isn’t just something eccentric celebrities like Elizabeth Taylor do. Completely ordinary (well, that’s up for debate) individuals are doing it. Can you imagine going through the heartache of deciding to separate from somebody, then going through the turmoil of divorce lawyers and the separating of assets, then going through the roller coaster or being a divorcee…all to remarry the same person who put you through all of that? Well, it’s happening out there. I guess some people just figure if someone was good enough to marry once, then they’re good enough to marry twice. The trouble is that, when a couple gets divorced, it’s not just the ex-spouses who are affected—it takes a whole village to get someone through a split and that village can be pretty upset if the split pair get back together. Here is the fallout that occurs when you take back your ex-spouse.

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Friends who took you in feel abused

When you first separated, you may have moved in with friends or family—just until you found a new home for yourself. These friends were inconvenienced, but happy to be able to help you. But, they were, in fact, inconvenienced. They did extra laundry for you, they fed you, and spent night after night, week after week helping you through depression. They will feel abused to find you get back with the ex.

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