I think he was wrong. I think he made many bad choices. I think he’s hurt a lot of people. I think he’s lost the respect of many of his fans and endorsers. But, I also feel for him because he believed a lie and walked in it. That’s what happens when people commit adultery. They believe the lie of “the grass is greener” or that they are “in love”. It’s nothing short of an illusion. Don’t be shocked because I have a tremendously empathetic heart – even towards an adulterer. While I don’t ooze mercy, I do know how to place myself in someone’s shoes and attempt to feel just a bit of what they are feeling. Maybe it’s because I’ve been there. I’ve been where he and his wife are now. Now, I didn’t have my face plastered across every magazine nor did I have jokes made at my expense. But, I still know what it’s like to watch your life, as you knew it, fall apart due to infidelity and then try with everything in you to put it back together again while everyone goes about their merry way and you wonder why your life can’t go on. I don’t know what will happen with Tiger Woods and his wife. I don’t know if they’ll make it or not. I do believe he has made some good choices in the aftermath of the destruction that he caused. I don’t know what his heart is truly feeling or if he is blowing smoke. But, to see someone step aside from his career, his passion to fix what seems to be an irreparable mess, makes my respect grow for him. Because he’s facing the situation and not running. Pray for Tiger Woods and his family. Don’t tell jokes about them. Don’t judge them because you “would never ever do such a thing” to your spouse. Because I’m pretty sure that he said the same thing when he got married. Just thinking out loud.