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I was once married. Divorced. I faced so much reje

I was once married. Divorced. I faced so much rejection trying to find love and remarry!
Later, I met this fine lady. I decided to get married. When I visited her family, they were just asking me if I was married. I said no that I wasn’t. It was true because I wasn’t married. Though I’ve marrier before and divorced.
So, out of fear of rejection, I lied to her that I wasn’t. I didn’t explain my past, I only told her of my child from that is from
a ‘failed relationship’ but kept away the details from her.
Recently, she packed out our matrimonial home. In the course of her further inquisition, I had to tell her the truth!
She’s been really mad and terribly pissed off with me. She insists on ending the marriage.
I have been begging and apologizing ever since but she has refused to budge.
Please, she has a son for me. I don’t want my son to suffer, and I don’t want the marriage to end.
I know I messed things up.
Please help me and advise me on what to do to save my marriage.
Thanks.

1 thought on “I was once married. Divorced. I faced so much reje”

  1. It is sad to know that you are having issues in your marriage. It might have seemed rational to conceal your previous marriage but lying to your partner is never a smart decision because it ruins trust that is required for a healthy and happy marriage to grow.

    Going forward, try to be honest with your spouse about previous marriage if she decides to give you another chance. To build a happy and lasting marriage it is important to communicate with your wife at all times; even when you think a situation is not that big of a deal.

    Also, seeking counselling together with your wife might be a great start to handling the situation, communicate better and managing your emotions by understanding each other’s perspective as this will help the reconciliation process.

    It may take a while to resolve this issue but as long as you both are willing and patient enough to work out your differences; you can save your marriage.

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