Someone else mentioned this in their journal, and it has been something that is bothering me also. That now the shock is wearing off for the children and others that I seem to be the only one that is feeling hurt. I feel at times that I need to be past this or something already. The children realize it isn't them, dad is trying to make time for them, let them pick out things for his new apartment. He had lunch with my son and daughter in law. Went and got my oldest son and family from Seattle when their car broke down. It is just me he doesn't want. I guess that part is what the reality is, why is it so hard to accept??
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