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You haven't even told me what happened

Updated: May 17, 2020

"You're going to make the story of your divorce public? For everyone to read? You haven't even told me what happened."


"I don't talk to anyone about what happened."


"And you're going to publish it?"


"I don't talk to people about what happened because it doesn't help me. I have a therapist for that. I want to publish the story because I think it could help a lot of people."

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