Did you remarry the person you divorced? The Times would like to hear the hows, whens, and whys of your story.
Celebrities like Judith Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy, or Pamela Anderson who divorce just to marry the same person again — sometimes repeatedly, as with Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor — are not uncommon.
The pressure cooker of omnipresent public scrutiny can take its toll on a relationship, but comfort and familiarity, or even predictable volatility, can draw them together again. So, too, can the maturation of either or both parties.
Everyday couples have also found their way to the altar more than once with the same person.
For an article that will run this month, The Times is inviting readers who have remarried their former spouses to share their stories. For instance: What was the cause (or causes) for ending the relationship in the first place? Was it incompatible desires for intimacy? Conflicting expectations of roles in a marriage?
What was the primary motivating factor in getting back together? Why did you remarry — why not just live together?
We read every response to this questionnaire, and will not publish any part of your response without following up with you and verifying your information. We will only use your contact information to reach out to you, and will not share it outside the Times newsroom.