Two Sides To Every Story

A friend that was divorced years ago told me that when her ex was found to have a girlfriend, she was only mildly surprised. Not because he was typically that way, not because all men are liars, but because she knew in her heart she had not put any effort into their relationship for years and he had been trying and trying and begging for her attention and affection. And although the right thing to do was to be upfront and separate as husband and wife, he cheated, got caught and paid the price.

“But maybe it didn’t have to happen at all,” she said, “if we’d have kept all the other promises we made to each other the day we got married.”

Ron Ciancutti is the Purchasing Manager for Cleveland Metroparks. He is not on Facebook, but he can be reached at rdc@clevelandmetroparks.com.

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