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Grace and Flowers posted 7/24/2013 19:14 PM

Did you notice how I "misspelled" DSs name up there?

I've been on SI about 18 months now. I don't post much, but I'm here, every single day. I would not have survived the dissolution of one life and the birth of another without SI.

So, it's weirdly appropriate that it was about a YEAR before I noticed that DSs name was Deeply SCARED...not Deeply SACRED, as I had been reading it!

Even though I know better now...and yes, I deserve a thump upside my head for not realizing earlier, duh....I still use Deeply Sacred in my heart.

Because SI is so deeply sacred to me, and firmly lodged in my heart. Even though my marriage failed, it has been so uplifting to read the stories of those who reconcile and those who try. It has simply given me hope. Add that to the support we all give each other, whether BSs or WSs, and I'd say this is a pretty sacred corner of the Internet.

Eta: Just had to write this after seeing the HuffPo article and reading the comments....

[This message edited by SadMad2012 at 7:16 PM, July 24th (Wednesday)]

musiclovingmom posted 7/24/2013 19:37 PM

Been here since January. Read it as Deeply Scarred until a couple of weeks ago.

lieshurt posted 7/24/2013 19:37 PM

I still use Deeply Sacred in my heart.

There are many of us who feel this way about her. She is a sweetheart and I absolutely adore her. She is one of the best people I know.

uncertainone posted 7/24/2013 19:40 PM

Absofuckinglutely, lieshurt!

Darkness Falls posted 7/24/2013 19:42 PM

I watched the video/read the interview and am so impressed at the courage and humility and candidness of DS and her willingness to share her and MH's story to help others. Wow. You two are awesome.

wincing_at_light posted 7/24/2013 19:55 PM


Agree with lieshurt, too.

DS personifies the grace, perseverance, and kindness that I hope my kids will find in their adult lives.

And that MH isn't so bad, either.

lieshurt posted 7/24/2013 20:00 PM

And that MH isn't so bad, either

MH is fabulous. They are so cute together too. When I walk into their home, it feels like coming home to me or at least the type of home I wished I could have come home to. It's filled with warmth, graciousness, good food, good drink and so much laughter and support.

wifehad5 posted 7/24/2013 20:00 PM

Agree with lieshurt, too.
DS personifies the grace, perseverance, and kindness that I hope my kids will find in their adult lives.

And that MH isn't so bad, either.

Very definitely

Deeply Scared posted 7/24/2013 21:10 PM

Well, you all are just too kind...thank you

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