Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Love That Survives Divorce Redacted

Yesterday I posted an entry that described a tender and (for me) healing exchange with my ex-wife, Ma'ikwe. Though I had a very positive experience of what I wrote about, Ma'ikwe had a bad reaction to my sharing what for her was strictly a private exchange.

While I thought what we'd been able to accomplish would be helpful (even inspiring) for others to hear (which is really the point of this blog), she felt exposed and has asked my to stop writing about her. While I'm saddened by this request, I will honor it.

Thus I took down what I posted yesterday and will no longer write about Ma'ikwe. I have caused her pain enough.


Anonymous said...

Like I said before, you've been outmaneuvered by Ma'ikwe. Let's see you lost your home yet you helped her build hers and she moved in on part of what you do for a living. Sorry but she sounds like quite the user. I really don't get people that espouse living sustainably in community then toot off for more than 50% of the time all over the country. Your blog is genuine and honest, too bad Ma'ikwe can't handle that.

Anonymous said...

I must agree with the previous anonymous poster. Your blog, just like you, is genuine and honest. Ma'ikwe or anyone else does not have the right to tell you what you can and cannot post here. Particularly after she has repeatedly trashed the vows she made to you.

I hope you are getting competent legal advice, whatever course of action you choose to take. I don't like to see people being taken advantage of, and that is what I fear is happening to you.