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My 8-year-old talks superpowers the way some men talk sports stats.His favorite question involves which superhuman ability I’d take should every power suddenly become available.My go-to reply is the ability to gorge on food without gaining a pound.It’s not quite a superpower but ask any man over 40, and they’d choose super metabolism over super hearing every damn time.Using my power of hindsight, which might be a superpower to some, here are some of the things I wish I knew before getting separated. Usually, the friends brought into the relationship or made during the marriage, stick with their original team though that’s not always the case.I hope will serve as inspiration, or in some cases a warning, to others going through a split. I choose to be kind to everyone, even the people who refuse to acknowledge my existence.
Five months after our pledge, and six months into our separation, my husband called.
For those three months, my visions of life as a single dad involved sitting alone in a living room eating takeout surrounded by only my stuff.
It wasn’t true: Living alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Sure, I miss my kids, but the rest of my downtime is dedicated to new writing projects, working out (I’m training for a Tough Mudder), reading more and filling the time working side hustles and starting every project I’ve put off for the past few years. Financial concerns, problems around the house, kid issues, and every issue that comes with being a husband and wife and parents.
The real superhuman gift I’d wish for after a radioactive spider bite or gamma ray bath is the ability to see into the future.
It would make life a hell of a lot easier to foresee the consequences of my decisions — particularly that of separating from my wife.