The Value Of A Short Marriage
Drew Barrymore is selling wine now. Did you know this? I read it not too long ago in an article about her divorce. Ms. Barrymore had one of those short-lived marriages we like to mock, throwing shade on the young and famous. But out of the death of the forever love she thought she had found, she discovered another life, another love. Who knows if this business venture will last for her, but it looks to be a necessary step in her discovery of self.
Here are five valuable things a person can learn from a short marriage, but not necessarily in this order:
Americans tend to shame those who marry with their whole hearts and passions and then when the fire fizzles, separate and divorce. I’m certainly not advocating these relationships, but I’m also not discounting the authenticity of the relationship, either. There's value in any relationship as long as there’s growth.