Twitter Is Agog At A Woman Who Penned A Book About How She Left Her Husband For A 'Soulmate' Who 'Said No'

May 2nd, 2022 - 12:16 PM EDT by Adam Downer

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Twitter users have been left slackjawed at a recent viral story published last week in the Sydney Morning Herald that may set a new gold standard in posting Ls online.

The piece is titled "Less than A Month After I Met My Soulmate, I Ended My 14-Year Marriage." It was penned by life coach Amanda Trenfield and unfolds basically as the title suggests.

Trenfield goes on a short trip with her husband to try and reignite a relationship on ice. There, she meets "Jason" and immediately develops an attraction toward him. She grows convinced he's her soulmate and the piece ends once she decides to leave her husband and two children less than a month after their encounter.

After the article ends, the Sydney Morning Herald adds its unintentional punchline:

Edited extract from When a Soulmate Says No (Pepper Press/Fair Play Publishing) by Amanda Trenfield, in stores May 2.

Apparently, things did not work out for Amanda and Jason, and she wrote an entire book about it. Her book's excerpt from in Sydney Morning Herald went viral as readers watched with horror as she broke away from her family and then howled with laughter upon learning the man she threw it away for "said no."

For what it's worth, Trenfield's book has received some praise. Her website includes several recommendations from fellow life coaches and authors who praise her journey back to discover her "authentic self" from her misfortune. Her website also includes testimonials from clients who have appreciated Trenfield's service as a life coach, but at least one Twitter user hoped she doesn't tell her clients to divorce their husbands and upend their families due to getting horny.

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