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Sunday, November 19, 2017

The Truth About Love-'Confluence' and Pink

Credit: Victoria Allen
Pink, Carey Hart and daughter Willow Sage

Analysis of Pink's marriage to Carey Hart, including their separation and eventual re-uniting. This uses the all-new concept of 'Confluence' taken from the all-new 'Life Cycles' theory.

Let's look at these well-known lyrics from 'So What' :-

So, so what, I am a rock star, I got my rock moves, And I don't need you tonight.

And guess what? I'm having more fun, And now that we're done, I'm gonna show you tonight.

But that wasn't quite right was it? There was, in fact, more to come with Pink and her husband Carey Hart after their split in 2008. You see in 'Life Cycles' terms they were 'Confluent' for a couple of months in every second 'significant year' (ie. 19/24 and 31/36). Now they didn't meet till Pink was past 19, so their only adult period of 'Confluence' has been July to September, 2011.


One of the main things about 'Confluence' in relationships is that it gives the partners an extra layer of empathy and support when they are going through mutual dramas. It's not a magic bullet, but it can help. Now it was Pink (Alicia Beth Moore born 8th, Sept. 1979) who proposed to motocross racer Carey Hart (born 17th. July, 1975) and they announced a separation in Feb. 2008, when Hart was in his 31st 'Year of Broken Pathways'. During the separation Pink supported her estranged husband, when his brother died in a motocross accident. This is a good illustration of the greater empathy where there is 'Confluence'. In April 2009, they said they had gone to marriage guidance counselling and have, happily I might add, worked things out.


Yes, the scene of a happy family was complete with the birth of daughter Willow Sage Hart on June 2nd, 2011. This was in Pink's 31st. 'Year of Broken Pathways' and only one month away from their wonderful period when Carey turned 36 and was in his important mid-life 'Year of Revolution' at the same time. Hart tweeted that Willow Sage was his "greatest achievement" and Pink described herself as "blissed out about motherhood". In their case 'Confluence' was definitely the icing on the cake and, of course, we wish them well.

Be among the first people to ever read about this brand new concept by reading my recent blog posts featuring some of the most famous couples in history. Check it out at Life Cycles//The Truth and The Evidence. htttp//:www.lifecycles-by-neil-killion.blogspot.com



About the Writer

Since 2009 I have devoted myself to not only writing 2 books on 'Life Cycles', but also maintaining 2 blogs and writing numerous other articles. This is to display the sheer breadth of evidence I have amassed. I have more books and more research planned, after all it isn't every day, you are privileged enough to have discovered the "missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle of life".
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