Do you have a Book of Sins? I have learned a new term. “Book of Sins.” This book is a recounting of every wrongdoing perpetrated by that lousy ex of yours.
It includes every text, email, photo, posting, phone record(s), and listing of lies that your sorry, no good ex spouse did, said, lied about and tried to get away with.
This book is brought out at nearly every post-divorce opportunity. Phone call about the kid’s dentist appointment? Remind her of the Book of Sins. School Program? Well the program should include a reference to the Book. What? He’s apologized and you’ve “forgiven “him?? Well that doesn’t mean you can’t throw the Book at him.
The Book of Sins is apparently a real way some persons attempt to deal with divorce. While evidence gathering before a divorce and record keeping after one have a purpose, a Book of Sins and continual reference to same, even years later, does not serve a legitimate purpose. It is not healthy. Burn the Book.
Matthew Thompson is a Divorce Attorney in Mississippi and suggests you burn the Book of Sins.