Friday, December 22, 2017

Demetria Lucas Leaves Her Husband


Blood Sweat and Heels star and professional life coach and relationship expert Demetria Lucas leaves her husband...

Demetria made the announcement this week on Facebook.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I noticed awhile ago that she stopped mentioning her husband. Glad she's happy cause at the end of the day that's all that matters!

Anonymous said...

Most relationships these days end. I don’t listen to relationship televangelist. I would go to a private therapist. Personally. I remember when Iyanla divulged that she dated and later married a man who was already married. All the while she was giving other women advise. Fix your life.Ijs.

MsSapphire9800 said...

I thought the show was "Blood Sweat and Heels...I am really surprise..thought their marriage would last for a minute.

Anonymous said...

If women still think in 2017 they need to be married and have a husband to have value and self-worth, God help any of them that still believe that....

Anonymous said...

I don't he was her equal. At one point yes, but I could see she outgrew him and had different interest.

Like JHud and her long suffering ex-fiance. Don't stay in a relationship and grin and bear it when you're not happy.

I've seen people who have dated for years get married and have a family whole time miserable with their spouse grin and bear the pain only out of convenience .

I troll it like I see it said...

Good for her. Happiness, mental health along with physical health are reasons. To put yourself first, why stay in an unhappy marriage consumed with resentment and bitterness. Image be damned happiness first.

PhxSun said...

As the saying goes, "Those who can't "do", teach!

Anonymous said...

Marriage is an old rite of passage. Nowadays a mere legal formality. Better to not do it than to do it and have it not work out.

dreadee said...

That was a very heartfelt message, and everything happens for a reason. Stay Strong Sista.

L. Eller said...

As a newlywed I can say marriage is annoying (lol), but I’m happy I did it. I love my husband (most days) and it’s great building our dream together. However, you do not need to be married to do this. The real glue is commitment and shared vision. That’s what holds couples together. One benefit of marriage is I have more legal rights by default than someone who is partnered. They would need a will, etc.

I have a friend who is not married but her and her partner have been together for 20 years (since their teens). They’ve overcame the perils of the 20s (poor, just starting out after college) and have amassed a great deal of wealth through real estate and have an adorable little girl. And they started with nothing. So marriage is not a requirement to be successfully partnered. It’s finding out what your shared vision is and working hard to see that you both get there.

Anonymous said...

Seen this coming, she used to dull herself for him, it was very one sided

Unknown said...

How do you wake up unhappily married? How does this happen? Did you not properly vet your spouse during the dating phase? I just don’t understand. Even growth - there are tell tell signs that foreshadow a man that couldn’t stand to see a woman doing better than him - a sort of petty/jealous spirit that’s easy to discover in the dating phase.

I don’t think marriage is the problem, I think that women are too consumed with being validated by having a man - not even a husband - but a man - consistent dick that they can have - an accessory that they could show off and brag about to friends and family. People never take the time to date and get to know someone. There’s a reason why this process is necessary. It helps weed out the petty, jealous, nut jobs that aren’t relationship material. You can’t tie yourself to people just for the sake of having consistent dick or pussy - or to feel validated. You need to vet these men/women like a recruiter does a potential employer. Think about it: this person is someone that you are going to share your life with, build a foundation that extends to future generations and beyond. Really think about the characteristics that can enhance that type of foundation. Look at how a potential candidate responds to situations. Like, is he easily upset when you’re late, is he possessive over you when out in public, does he act irrationally petty over minor infractions, is misogynistic or too traditional about marriage or the woman’s role in a marriage. These are things that you have to review and assess, in conjunction with your goals and aspirations. Do you see yourself as a stay at home wife and mother? Of do you plan on building a career?

When you ask yourself these questions BEFORE you decide to commit to a relationship or even sex, it has a higher probability to a successful marriage.

L. Eller said...

Say it again 2:19 for those in the nosebleeds!!!

Cinnamon said...

girl if you need do all that I would not want yourself as any type of coach especially life coach You wanted to die for your born day because of a penis of a man??

Anonymous said...

girl if you need do all that I would not want yourself as any type of coach especially a life coach? You wanted to die on your born day because of a penis of a man??

Anonymous said...

Good for her! I get so tired of society making women feel as though they're inadequate unless they are married and or have kids. I'm so proud of being the free thinking, non-conforming, non- traditional woman that I am. I don't knock those who choose marriage, but that indoctrination is one I'm not interested in subscribing my life to. I believe in being with a person for as long as both parties are happy. And once that happiness expires on at least one person's part, it's time to let them go and find their happiness elsewhere. I find it selfish to hold a relationship hostage if one party is no longer happy in it. I believe in the freedom to walk away the moment that time says it's time, and not when another hu-man who has to grant me permission to do so, decides it is or isn't time (court of law). That defies the free will that we all have. Regardless to how much it may hurt for the other person to let go, I feel it's the right thing to do. I've never agreed with the concepts of staying for the kids, or staying because you have too much time or stuff invested. I value my happiness and peace of mind over any relationship that disrupts those two elements of my life.

Anonymous said...

she's the best type of relationship expert in my eyes. let me tell tell you why. it's because she's been the worst and best in life. hopefully she has had a leveled experience on both sides of the fence so that she can help steer both ,happy, and ,unhappy, people in the right direction.

Anonymous said...

I celebrate you!!!! I am married and it is hard!
Live your best life; you only have one!!!!
The truth be told your are the perfect example of a Life coach; you have lived through some things that can help others!!!!!!!! Sending blessings to you beautiful!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Your spouse does not define your happiness. no where in the bible does it say that marriage will give you happiness...no wonder the divorce rate is so HIGH! SELFISHNESS is what it is

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