Sorry I know I posted a topic today already, but I have one more question. How do you deal with the betrayal? I think that has been the hardest thing to accept. Here was this person that I thought was my best friend and he just turned his back on me. He washed his hands clean entirely of the relationship and has made me out to be his enemy. After everything we\'ve been through, after standing faithfully by his side for 10 years he just turned his back to me. Where is the loyalty? He seems to be loyal to all of these people who have done nothing for him, why? He told me one day after the seperation that all these people told him not to marry me but that he didn\'t listen because he loved me. What? I didn\'t see all of those people when he sprained his ankle, or tore his ACL. I didn\'t see any of those people when he wanted to finish school or find a job, or take a class. I didn\'t see any of those people taking care of him or his kids when they were sick. My point is, why the loyalty to all these people, and how could you turn your back on someone who has never failed you or let you down when you most needed someone? I made my mistakes, I was not perfect, I never claimed perfection but at the end of the day I loved him, and that has to count for something, doesn\'t it? How do you handle the betrayal?
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