I posted last night that I was hurting so bad because I missed my wife so much and I wanted her back. She told me last night that she is not coming back so it made me feel really bad. So after looking at some post I see that people say the best way to stop the hurt is use the no contact approach. Does it work? I did try it today. My daughter wanted to ask her mom a question when she was at my house so I dialed the number and just let my daugter talk. Then a couple hours later my wife called back and asked why I had my daughter call and I did not talk to her. I think that doing this is going to get to my ex. I also have been reading that the only way you get through the greiving process is throught the five steps and the last one is acceptance. So I am trying to push my self to accemptance. So I can get rid of this hurt. Is this a good thing to do? Because I do want her back but since she has said she is not coming back should I just accept it and move on? Some feedback please
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