Does anyone have advise for dealing with fear after you find yourself having to create a whole new life with new purpose? I am also aware that I stay stuck with anger because I am projecting my current predicament on him. At this point, he is gone and I need to let the anger go and not blame him for the problems I feel he caused for future plans. He attempted one last time (I hope) to draw me back into his web of deceit and I told him no way, no how. It left me feeling depressed and like a washed up loser. I don't know if this makes sense. Due to what happened, I have to find a new life, that is the reality and when I think about the trials ahead my thoughts go to being resentful at him because I would be in a different boat if not for his selfishness. I guess I am having trouble taking full responsibility for where I am right now. I wish I knew the answer to letting go completely of resentment and taking full charge without feeling pangs of anger that it is because of him that I am struggling to put my life back together. This is so hard. I can deal with the fact that he is a jerk, but projecting my current fear and struggle onto him is not right because it keeps him alive in my life. Help!
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