Read Story: SEASON 1 EPISODE 1

From Nathan’s point of view.
You can actually tell and feel when you are starting to fade away from someone. The conversations get shorter, less meaningful and less exciting.

You can feel the wall that’s coming up between you two and then in the end, you are back to being strangers. How weird and unbelievably fast the night changes.

In every relationship, there comes a point when the damage is too much and no matter how good it once was, the memories can’t sustain you.

Love they say is a beautiful thing. While getting married to the woman you love is the best feeling in the world.

I used to believe in this fallacy not until I got married to my soon-to-be ex-wife Daniella.

I honestly used to think that my marriage would be blissful and full of ecstasy like every other successful marriage out there. But I guess I was too carried away by the illusion of the saying that, true love never ends. Lol. What a fool and a dreamer I was. Because now I know that getting married in the first place doesn’t guarantee you will be together forever.

As I sit here wallowing in pain, I am forcefully reminded of the events that led to me feeling this way.

And no matter how hard I try to resist these memories from flooding into my head, I am forced once again to remember the first day I saw and fell in love with Daniella.

I can still vividly picture her charming smile that caught my attention on the very first day we met at a supermarket. And yeah, it was love at first sight for me. And everything that followed after, were all memories that once used to make me feel butterflies in my stomach.

But here I am today trying to figure out how it got to this point and where I got it wrong. And that’s because everything happened so fast.

Who is to be blamed for all these? Me? My best friend Caleb? Or my wife Daniella? Nevertheless, I can’t push the blame on anyone because it takes two to destroy a marriage.

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