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Lonely after an abusive relationship
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After countless coming and going I think this is it.

In a way i'm releived and I think my brain has finally accepted that this man will never change.

Yet I'm finding the fact that he's not around anymore extremely painful.He will randomly message or call which kind of keeps me on edge.
The relationship was toxic and damned so why do I feel overwhelmed by feelings of loneliness and pain?
Posted on 01/29/13, 03:31 am
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Reply #11 - 01/30/13  10:44pm
" We wrote the same stuff you and I about 3 months ago for me. The pain was so bad and the lonely feelings so great. Every time I watched him get dressed I felt like a part of me died inside. We live in the same house. Horrible. He would pack an overnight bag and leave for days. I was crushed. I couldn't understand why. For 2 yrs i felt like a Siamese twin was attached to me. And then nothing. Weekends dragged waiting for his key in the door. I could not take Anymore. So little by little I started rebuilding my life. Hence my new name.

It's a process. A very slow process that hurts so bad. But the days get better in time if you take care of yourself. I'm getting there. One step at a time. "

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