This is my first day looking around this site/community. I sense that I am in a distinct minority here in terms of knowing that my impending divorce, although I do not want it, is my fault. I wonder if there are others, posting or lurking, grappling with that particular aspect of the loss. It seems to make nonesense of some of the bumper-sticker type of outlines for moving past: ie, it's hard not be confronted with the irony of grieving for something you know that you yourself killed.
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