Thankful for Reconciliation

We just returned from our daughter’s college graduation. Over the last few days I have momentarily pondered what it would have been like if Sharon and I had divorced and I have been so thankful that we didn’t. This article well expresses the angst of a college graduate whose parents are divorced.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/taylor-trudon/the-day-i-accepted-my-mod_b_860355.html

I recently read a quote somewhere that if you are divorced with kids you are still always married to your ex-spouse because sooner or later you are going to be crossing paths with them at graduations, births, weddings, deaths etc.

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1 Response to Thankful for Reconciliation

  1. So glad you shared this powerful truth! My parents divorced in 1981 and our family still feels the impact of it on a daily basis!

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