The End of a Marriage: My Story

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About Vista Blue

East coaster. Lounge pants wearer. Pharaoh in past life.


  1. Wow. Very honest, vulnerable, and familiar, Vista. This has many elements of my story and of many couples I know, so you’re not alone.

    I can tell you that the thinking, feeling, and healing you’re doing is awesome. It will serve you well as you go through the process.

    Your choices and feelings of the past are in the past. Try not to beat yourself up. There is a positive way to grow from any regrets you have. Use the guilt for growth…and be thankful for it.

    Thanks for the moving piece!

  2. I am always saddened when I hear that a couple was finally honest with each other when they have nothing else to loss, my brother recently went thru a divorce where they both hurt each other a great deal, and yet the last two weeks they lived together were the best they communicated in years. After hearing that story from my brother my own partner in crime simply said ‘Always be open and honest with me, please” as it equally hurt him that people hurt each other over and over again.

    I am glad you are learning to overcome this, also know that because this didn’t work out for you, doesn’t mean something else down the road won’t.

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