When I seperated from my husband almost 4 years ago, I also lost some of my friends. Longtime friends of almost 30 years. They have not spoken to me since the breakup but speak regularly to my ex. This bothers me a great deal. One of these friends was supposedly getting married on saturday but called me and said she decided to postpone the wedding for various reasons. But my ex which was also invited was never told of this cancellation. I'm thinking that the bride to be, whom I thought was my very best friend in the world, was talked into by her sister to not invite me to the wedding, it's her sister that hasn't spoke to me since the breakup. It's also her sister that sent the invitations that my ex received last week and I'm still waiting for allthough the bride to be told me her sister had sent me one. I am so hurt by this and I feel so alone and betrayed. What should I do. I just can't let it go. Should my ex even go to this wedding or should he tell them to stick it.
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