Well ive gotten through the first two weeks of the emotional roller coaster. Honestly it doesnt seem that different. Im realizing that he was emotionally absent long before he left. I just didnt see it then because I didnt want to. Illget through this and be better for it. I just want to stop caring what(or who) he does. Im getting a little more time to myself because he takes the kids some and I havent had alone time in 12 years so that feels good. Im feeling strong half the time and am a wreck the other half but In good times I can see that eventually I will be fine. Thanks for all the support ivegotten here, It is much appreciated.
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