“When life throws you lemons, make lemonade.” My life, or as I prefer to call it, my history playbook has taken me on many journeys. As with many of you, I suspect, parts of Dirty Wedding Dress, The Dirty Past, is essentially the story of my love life.

Dirty Wedding Dress: The Dirty Past

I swear, every day of my life, not a day goes by where there isn’t a relationship crises that I am pulled into. It doesn’t matter where I go; someone is talking about relationships and marriages. Hell, love and relationships are the top talking points at my gynecologist office, geesh!

Both men and women aspire to attain a traditional “happily ever after” in their relationships/marriages, it seems. However, it’s looking more and more as if the tradition of marriage is being discarded and strewn to the wayside in our fast-paced society.

Too many relationships are plagued with infidelity, abuse, financial woes, and an absence of a spiritual foundation. With that recipe, how can a relationship survive and thrive?

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Relationships are a hot topic on social media every 1.5 seconds. Radio segments are now dedicated to relationships woes and radio hosts are the new relationship gurus. Let’s not talk about television. I can’t recall the last time I tuned in to a good show that had nothing to do with being in love or should I say the lack thereof! Hell, love and relationships are the top talking points at my gynecologist office, Geesh!

Author Audrey Malone

I was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia where fun times, eateries and big business with an international flair is always a “trending topic!”

They call us “Grady babies” because if you’re a native Atlantan, then more likely than not, you were born at Grady Memorial Hospital.

I am the middle of seven children. My greatest accomplishment to date is being gifted with the awesome title of “Mommie” to three adult children and five grandbabies, who dare not ever call me Grandma!

I was born to entertain. However, being a “Preacher’s Kid”, I often felt my outgoing personality and passion for music, clubs, bars and large crowds seemed misplaced.