As many of you know, my ex is in Russia again for three weeks. He was over there just a month ago. It's been just one year since our divorce and he's in love with this Russian woman and plans on marrying her. I'm still grieving over the divorce. I'm learning to accept that it's really over for good. Is it OK to still hurt this badly? He lives just 4 miles down the road. I was going to move away, I quit my job, told my landlord I was leaving, everything and then my precious family were being total dinks. So, I have to stay up here and watch him marry this woman, move her in with him, and watch him be happy. I know many of you will say that happiness is a state of mind, but isn't it OK to still be healing from this divorce and be hurt that my ex was able to move on so quickly? Sometimes it feels like I will never feel good or happy again. I forgot what that feels like.
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