Jana KramerHer relationship history made for a great country song.
The “I’ve Done Love” singer got candid about her love life, past and present, with her fans. Recently, Kramer filed for dissolution of her third marriage, announcing that she and Mike Caussin called it quits in April 2021 after six years of marriage.
“I fought with all of you. I loved very much. I forgave. I put in the work. I gave everything I have, and now I have nothing else to give,” she wrote on Instagram. “I just can’t fight anymore. It’s time to heal. Thank you for all the love, heart and support, in many ways you have fought this journey with me, and for that I am grateful. I will always encourage you to keep up the good fight, but you cannot fight alone. 💔”
The news of their separation came four years later Us Weekly exclusively revealed that the former NFL player was unfaithful. The two spent years trying to manage Caussin’s battle with sex addiction before ending their relationship.
Kramer was previously married twice before meeting Caussin. During her stay at Dancing with the stars in 2016, One Tree Hill alum revealed she was in an abusive marriage when she was 19. A few years later, Kramer was briefly married to an actor Johnathon Schaech. The duo filed for divorce in the summer of 2010 after less than a month of marriage.
Despite the tumultuous history of the relationship, Kramer maintained that she believed in love and marriage. In 2018, she referred to herself as a “total love addict”.
“I have to go to meetings. [Mike and I] They were both love addicts who were attracted to each other,” the actress said on the “Scrubbing In With Becca Tilley & Tanya Rad” podcast. “We were both unhealthy, which is why we were moving so fast. If you don’t tell me you love me within two weeks, if I don’t make you fall in love with me in a few weeks, I was out. My challenge has always been to get a guy to do it… It’s bad. Like, love addiction is a real thing. It’s really bad.”
Three months after their split, Us confirmed that Kramer and Caussa’s divorce is officially over.
“It was the hardest day of all,” Kramer recalled emotionally of the moment she signed the divorce papers during a May 2021 episode of her podcast “Whine Down.” “Just, like, seeing all the signatures and it’s not what I wanted . It was a very difficult day. And I called him after I signed the papers… and I told him, you know, ‘I know I wasn’t a perfect wife, but I would fight forever for this family and for you.’
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