I am seeking out communication with those who are experiencing the incredible sense of rejection and abandonment that accompanies a separation. I was "left" by my spouse of 29 years because of marital conflict. Now I am facing the challenge of my life, to become self sufficient without physical and emotional support, and this coming after some serious medical issues that are affecting my overall sense of well-being. It all just seems too overwhelming, and I get only a non-emotional "too bad" reaction from him since he is unable to offer any support.
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