Divorce

I’ve Finally Forgiven Myself

For letting my children down

(Photo Author’s Own)

My mom didn’t apologize. She never said, “I’m sorry your dad left, I’m sorry he can’t overcome his drinking, I’m sorry I reacted badly to him, got upset, and yelled. She acknowledged our pain but she didn’t lament her mistakes.

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National Relationship Columnist, Journalist & Former Business Columnist. I cover love, life, & relationships— #WomanResurrected colleen.sheehy.orme@gmail.com

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Colleen Sheehy Orme

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National Relationship Columnist, Journalist & Former Business Columnist. I cover love, life, & relationships— #WomanResurrected colleen.sheehy.orme@gmail.com

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