Since moving to the Midwest, I cannot escape the horrible fact that married people cheat on one another. An innumerable amount of my acquaintances have somehow been wrapped up in an extramarital affair. (I just threw up in my mouth a little). People, if you are going to cheat on your husband or wife or assist someone else in cheating, please don’t tell me. Your secrets have dashed my idea that marriage is forever and that marriage protects you from having your heart broken before death.
You’ll remember from my previous blog that Dr. Christaine Northrup says, “Thyroid dysfunction develops because of an energy blockage in the throat region, the result of a lifetime of ‘swallowing’ words one is aching to say”. Well, it seems that I still need to clear my throat:
Mrs. Carrot Top, yes you. You make me sick. You pretend to be my friend so that you have an excuse to see a certain someone, so that you have an alibi, so that you have a reason to be in this city, this neighborhood, this street. How dare you do those terrible things to your husband and have the audacity to share them with me, the wife of your husband’s good friend.
I will not be the keeper of your secrets, the sounding board for you to share. What you did will NEVER be okay. I pray to God that He was the only one but I know in my heart that He was not. For the sake of your husband and your unborn baby, I pray that Baby is truly the offspring of your husband. Your secrets are too heavy for me to carry. I’m glad that I am rid of them. I am sad that I had to be rid of you but you didn’t even put up a fight. Maybe you were too worried that I knew too much or perhaps it is as I thought all along, you were only using me. Ciao!
When I weighed in this week for the big Slim Down Challenge, I was 1.1 pounds lighter. Maybe getting all of this off of my chest IS making my thyroid function properly.