You ever felt that you loved so much that you lost yourself somewhere along the line. When we all took our vows we were freely and willing to spend the rest of our lives with one person. We decided that it felt right, we found that we could give our lives to another. As time passed by we decided we could put up with all the little things that would bug us,we compromised along the way and in many ways we gave up on a few or a lot of things that really made us who we were, because we knew marrige was about sharing, respecting and devotion. We invested deeply that we may have lost a part of ourself. So through this painful processes we are faced with rediscovery. Who am I? is the question we should all ask and was I really being me or was I trying to be someone that my stbx wanted me to be and I just couldn't please. I challange you to take this time and look into yourself, see who you are, you are better then what they say about you, they are the ones who gave up, they are the ones who point the entire blame on us. They are the ones who decided to make the change for all of us and they can not understand that they have impacted more then just their lives. We will all find ourselves again and we will love again.
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