Is This Petty? On Vince And Tamar And The Dangers Of A “Velcro” Relationship

I thought this was actually a good read.

Everybody knows that I LOVE #TeamBHenry, but I’m a proponent of couples having time together AND apart… I think it can make your relationship stronger. Velcro pulls apart for a reason and usually works better that way.

Have you ever tried to take apart Velcro that has been connected for too long — it crumbles and breaks when you attempt to separate it (True story from my experience with lost gardening gloves ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ).

I take trips to visit family and friends, both with and without my husband and definitely see the value in each type of trip.

Check out the original article, below:

MadameNoire

I was never a real follower ofย Braxton Family Valuesย or its spinoff series,ย Tamar and Vinceย over the years. However, Iโ€™ve been drawn to the latter show as of late since Tamar Braxton and Vince Herbertโ€™s relationship issues went from just being played out in the public eye, to making headlines. To better understand her reasons for wanting to end a 14-year-long marriage and to see if Herbert displayed the type of behaviors heโ€™s been accused of by not only his estranged wife but also his mother-in-law, Evelyn Braxton, Iโ€™ve been tuning in to the latest season. And letโ€™s just say that things, at least in the last few months of this year, were quite rocky for the pair.

Tamar and Vince WENN

I was particularly intrigued by a conversation that took place during last nightโ€™s episode, where the topic of being independent within a marriage was brought up andโ€ฆ

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