Just read a book that someone had mentioned on this site. Huge Difference. It\'s all true and straight to the point as well as being hilarous. The book is \"It\'s called a breakup because it\'s broken.\" AWESOME BOOK. Made me laugh, which I have not done a lot of since my husband left, which I understand now started happening long before he physically left. This book just reminded me tha the started leaving about two years ago and finally had the courage to leave a relationship that was over for him long ago. I understand now why he was able to be over it so quickly, he had a bit of a headstart and I am going through the greiving that he had done long ago. Feeling much better, thanks so the support here as well as the fact that so much of this healing has to do with me. He is no longer involved and doesn\'t want to be so why am I going to waste my time wanting that in my life..Rather have someone love me and want me, much more attractive in a partner :) Hope everyone is well and getting better everyday..Lots of love :) Thanks again for listening and the total support.
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