I have only been divorced for two months separated for 6...the first two months were great....I let go of the pain and hurt that had been building for the last couple of years....since I moved out he has been diagnosed with depression and PTSD....gained a friendship with someone over the last year that has turned into an intense relationship as soon as I moved out...he asked for me back but when I turned over my heart wholy and completely (like always) he rejected it just saying he only missed the familiarities and comfort I gave....We have been friends for 21 years....in a relationship for 17 1/2 years....married for 11 1/2...we recently were passionate with each other twice and until this week kept up conversation and friendship even though I tried not too because I new I wasn't letting go the way I needed to....now the friendship has stopped because I said if I can't have all of him I don't want any of him because he was getting the best of me and the best of his new relationship....I have kept myself busy with graduate school, work, buying a new house, family, friends, etc.... I miss him terribly
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