Happily Ever... Fuck ThatConstance Hall
Ever thought you were going to grow old with someone and then boom, they’re gone? The inner fuckwit is exposed, the midlife crisis hits, the grass was greener, or the other pussy seemed sweeter.
Sucks doesn’t it? Rips your entire being open. You cry so many tears that you’re too dehydrated to piss for a week. Money, happiness, security, family – all gone, just like that. What the hell just happened?
I feel like I’ve spent half my life talking to divorced women. They would tell me their stories while I cut their hair, and then later they would share their experiences on my blog. One day I became a divorced woman myself, and the one thing we all had in common? After the biggest storm in our lives came the sweetest sunshine.
Happily Ever… Fuck That is a guide that will help you through your significant separation, the lowest of the lows and the eventual highs.
Paige Turner is a fictional story woven throughout the book. I used fiction to tell a true story, inspired by the hundreds of stories that have been shared with me. Paige’s voice came through me – she is everything we don’t talk about. Stories that often can’t be told to protect children, which unfortunately also protects the cockheads who cause us all that pain.
Separated women are often crucified and burnt, sadly something that isn’t new to women. But shock, horror motherfuckers – we rise and become the flames of that very fire. Sometimes you just have to rebuild yourself from the ground up to find out who you really are – and that is where the magic happens.
You are going to be okay.
It’s an excellent book so far, I haven’t yet finished but it’s so good to have other perspectives and I absolutely love cons views and experience they make life seem normal! ❤️
Loved it! Found it hard to put down x
Omg I loved it.Book was amazing I cannot wait to read others.
The sad part is, so much of the story was relatable & true. The power, control, use of the children & the court system, the hidden money, the post separation abuse. The positive part is, we all became wiser, stronger, more resilient by the time we reached the end of the book (metaphorically speaking) We knew what to look out for, how to stand up for ourselves, how to make it on our own. That whatever we had, it was enough because we have our freedom. For the women reading it, not in/on/started/or aware such a journey exists for so many women, then let the words educate them, give them inside knowledge so they have the tools & understanding that this is not fiction, this is real life for so many women. So that they can be there for those women that cross their lives that need the sideline women warriors that help us get through the nightmare ❤️
Another good read like all her other books. Its crazy how relatable she is not only to me But so many others and I look forward to the next book