I've been in no contact mode now for 11 days and I don't know why I waited so long. In the past, everytime I'd see her or speak to her it set me back. But on Sunday I broke it. We had agreed, in our very last conversation, that I would pick up our daughter after church around noon where she rides. When I got there I was told they left hours earlier. I got no call about this-nothing. So I was really ticked and called her and told her off. I got the typical, cold "I'm sorry", delivered like some people ask "How are you". No remorse. Now back to zero contact.
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