Woman Who’s Been Married 10 Times Says She Won’t Give Up On Finding “The One”

A woman who’s been married (and divorced!) 10 times has insisted that she’s not giving up on finding true, long-lasting love. Appearing on Dr. Phil, 56-year-old Cassey revealed that while she’s usually the one who ends her relationships, that doesn’t mean she doesn’t want to find the right partner to spend the rest of her life with – it just hasn’t happened yet.

  1. The marriages have lasted different amounts of time. Cassey explained that some of her marriages have only lasted a few months while others have gone on for years. They’ve also ended for different reasons, sometimes because her former husband cheated and others because she just wasn’t feeling the love and affection she wanted from a partner. Something was always just a little off.
  2. Cassey never turns down an opportunity for love. The way Cassey sees it, there’s no reason to close any doors when it comes to romance. If a man expresses an interest in her, she gives him a chance without a second thought regardless of whether or not he’s her type. She says she’s pretty quick to commit and will even get married without any qualms, but as fast as she jumps into things, she’s just as quick about getting out if it’s not working. “When I’m in a marriage and I just can’t take it anymore, I’m usually the first one to say, ‘That’s it; we’re getting a divorce, and I quit,'” she explained.
  3. While she tries to remain upbeat, all these divorces have taken their toll. When Dr. Phil remarked that Cassey seemed rather upbeat or even amused by her divorces, she insisted that’s not the case at all and that in fact, ending relationships is always a painful experience. “I don’t find it funny, and I don’t find it nonchalant by any stretch of the imagination,” she said. “It’s got to the point where I’m either going to laugh or cry about it. Sometimes I do both.”
  4. Cassey doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. “I don’t care how many marriages it takes; I will keep trying until I find the one that can love me,” Cassey said of her plan to continue looking for love. Here’s hoping she finds something a bit more permanent soon.
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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