“It’s hard to imagine what’s more important to you.
I love you,” she wrote in a 2014 Facebook post, in which she described herself as “the most perfect human being” ever.
“It was so hard for me to leave you and it was hard for you to leave me,” she added, according to an excerpt posted by the Christian Post.
“I want to be honest.
I didn’t know what I was missing, I was not ready for this.
It was just like I had to tell my mom, but I didn ‘t want to talk about it because I was so ashamed and embarrassed,” she said in another Facebook post.
“So I started telling my friends, and it started coming out.
I had a new relationship, but it wasn’t a love relationship,” she told the ChristianPost.
“My family is against me and I want them to know this, so I don’t need them to help me out,” she continued.
“They want to keep it a secret, so they have a lot of pressure on me to tell them.
I have to be quiet because if I tell my family, they won’t be happy.
But I want to tell everybody I have this, that it’s okay to be in love with someone you’re not in love or that you want to leave someone.”
The “perfect” Christian wife, who lives in Texas with her husband and three children, is currently on a mission to help other Christians “live in love and joy.”
She’s now dating her second ex-husband, and she’s looking to have a baby with him.
“Being able to see them grow up and experience what it’s like to be a single parent is something I’m still waiting for,” she admitted.
“And I’m looking forward to the day I can be the mommy for them.”
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