I posted my discussion in the visual impairment section but wanted some breakup advice too. I am still very depressed. My fiance (now ex fiance) left me 7 weeks ago after I got confirmed that I have an eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa, which will probably make me blind someday. We were to marry in 6 months and together almost a year. We were totally in love (she said we were soul mates, and I agreed, or so I thought). I told her about the possibility of the disease from the third week we met as doctors were monitoring me for about 10 months. She said that she loved me and would be with me no matter what. Every month I was checking her and she assured me that she was going to marry me. A week after a true confirmation, she left me. She stated that it was the future that scared her and couldnt be with me. I still can't get over her and deal with the thought of going blind. I am devastated and have to go through this myself; its the worst feeling ever in my life. I am 37 and she 28. She does not even want to talk to me now she says, "I'm moving on and I need my space". I left with class even though I could have been mad and resentful. F***, how can I move on? The only two times we talked after the break up, was when I called. The first conversation was good, but the second she was pretty mean. I don't know how I will ever trust and find love again. Her birthday is coming up in a week, do I acknowledge it?
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