We are our biggest judges. “If judgment were something tangible,” writes Corcoran, “you would see it hanging around our neck. We have already gone through every detail of our marriages a thousand times trying to figure out where we went wrong. Even if we were the ones who were left, we carry around enough guilt that you don’t have to worry about judging us, because we’ve got that part covered.” Corcoran is the author of Unraveling: Hanging Onto Faith Through the End of a Christian Marriage.
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