I joined this group last year when my ex decided it was time to move on, being we argued too much and we didn't want to affect our 5 year old daughter. It hurt so much, and I eventually moved out. I saw her all the time and we got along good. Well in March of this year we finally filed for divorce. I always knew that she eventually would date someone and I would have to learn to live with it. My ex and I worked at a family owned restaurant in which we were cordial with each other and agreed to respect each others space and never bring anyone to the business. I started hearing rumors of her talking to someone, a construction worker here in town for about 1 more month before he went back home. I knew it was a bad start...but oh well what could I do. She emotionally killed me when I started hearing rumors and eventually saw video of her going into the office and locking herself in there to have sex. Like a slap in the face...she doesnt realize the humiliation I feel, that I would never do that to her. I put in my 2 weeks notice, because I feel no one should put up with it. Its been about a year from our separation but why does it hurt so bad. All I can do is remember little things like texting at 11 pm for a questiona bout our daughter and getting a response at 430 am...It kills me
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