Mom’s Facebook Post About Ex’s New Girlfriend Has Gone SUPER Viral!
Drama, don’t you hate that stuff? And I’m not talking about television either, I’m referring to chaotic situations caused by jealousy and rage. The substance of hurt and hatred.
The Urban Dictionary defines it the best: Drama – “Something women and especially teenage girls thrive on. consisting of any number of situations that have an easy solution, which would bring a fairly good outcome, but these girls choose another, bad way to deal with it, again consisting of backstabbing, blackmailing/gossiping/betraying their friends, or the all-too-common “I want to break up with him but I still love him!”
“It drives men and what I like to call “normal” girls nuts.”
Yep that pretty much defines it exactly.
According to the American Psychological Association “40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce.”Wow! that’s sad, isn’t it?
It would be so easy to make this post about divorce but instead I want to focus on what happens after divorce; especially to families involving kids.
I know personally the ugly, nasty dimensions of divorce. I’ve seen it first hand and wouldn’t wish it on anyone.
Somehow “drama” gets invited to the “D” party and some sort of competition breaks out and before you know it the innocent are dragged into the mixture of hatred which ends in scarred emotions that remain even after the smoke has cleared. (The innocent by the way are the children.)
Stopping to consider their pain doesn’t seem useful while the battle is raging. The goal here is to win, right? How can you win when you put others before your pain? You must reciprocate, that’s how revenge works… Noted.
The story below is about a lady named Audrey. And I do mean lady. Her actions proved it and when you read her post you’ll think the same thing.
Our “drama” (story) involves 4 characters – Audrey, Audrey’s ex-husband, their 4-year-old daughter Riley and, Audrey’s ex-husbands new girlfriend Whitney.
Considering what was previously mentioned above, Audrey decided to go another route and instead, left a post on Facebook about Whitney that has gone viral.
Here you go. Audrey’s post reads:
“This is my daughter’s father’s gf. The sweetest thing ever! I’m super thankful for her because when she visits her dad she feeds her, takes care of her, buys her gifts, and basically takes care of her like her own.
Why do all these moms act so spiteful and jealous towards the other women?? NOONE said it was easy trying to be a mother to a kid you didn’t have. So when there is someone trying don’t push them away! Because they DONT need the drama they WILL leave and then you’re stuck with someone who is the evil step mom. Yes, they exist! I see them everywhere!
A kid can have two moms because in my eyes the more people that love her I’m happy!!! I would never make her feel like an outsider I’m extremely thankful for this girl
Ladies grow up and focus on being a good mom not worrying about what’s on your baby daddy’s girl friends Facebook and Instagram while your kid is right next up you. Love more hate less!!!”
I told you Audrey was a lady.
Wouldn’t it be nice if every breakup ended that well?
Good job Audrey, thanks for being a good example.
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Feature Photo Credit: Facebook / Audrey Loving