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What happened to Wendy Williams? Where is Wendy Williams. Toxic Relationships

We all know Wendy Williams. She is an American former media personality, broadcaster, and writer who is currently living in a facility for cognitive issue treatment. Wendy Williams was born on July 18, 1964 and was a wife to Kevin Hunter between 1999 and 2020, with whom they had a son named Kevin Hunter Jr.

During her marriage to Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams would go to work, go back home, and stay in her room for the rest of the day, drinking. It is alleged that she started drinking after discovering that her husband was cheating with other women. He bought a woman a car and had a child with another. Her husband, Kevin Hunter, stayed in the marriage and used Wendy Williams money to finance his girlfriends. Wendy Williams knew about her affairs and chose to stay. She asked her husband not to have children, but he did. Wendy Williams health started to deteriorate, she lost weight and could no longer do the things that she used to do. She drank too much, her show stopped, and she was later diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia in 2023.

Working hard as a woman, providing for family, and watching your husband move around with other women must be the hardest and most embarrassing thing for a woman, and it is even worse when you are a public figure because the whole world watches. You struggle mentally and emotionally, you suddenly feel alone and betrayed, and if you do not have strong support from family or people you trust, you end up getting depressed. Prolonged mental torture can make one dependent on alcohol and substance abuse, which results in the life-threatening conditions we see Wendy Williams go through. For her, it was never about the money, love got her into this unfortunate mess.

What do we learn from the Wendy Williams situation?

You should know when it is time for you to walk away. It is a fact that many women continue to stay in unhappy marriages primarily for the sake of their kids, but your kids will suffer more as they watch you struggle. You can only be a better parent when you are okay and in the right state of mind to take care of your children. When you finally realize how your sorry situation is hurting your kids, the damage will already be done. It takes a while to realize this.

There are two types of pain

Progressive pain and productive pain

When you choose to stay with your spouse despite being mistreated, ignored, or undervalued, you are experiencing progressive pain. You keep hoping that one day things will change for the better, but unfortunately, more often than not, it never gets better. Progressive pain is a type of pain that you live with on a daily basis, and if you are not lucky, you may eventually develop health problems, as Wendy Williams did.

Productive pain is when you are in a relationship, marriage and are not happy. You find yourself crying most of the time, your spouse ignores you and your needs, and you can never seem to afford even two minutes to smile. You realize your situation, and you decide to walk away. You will experience the anguish of leaving everything behind in this situation, including your surroundings, your loved one, and everything you know. The best part is that productive pain is temporary and ends the moment you leave your spouse, allowing you to move on and find the person who truly deserves your companionship.

Choose your pain!

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