wow, who would have thought that people you have loved and been good to for 15 years can just turn off their feelings. I spoke to my stbx's aunt today as she recently had to put her beloved pet to sleep and I was concerned about her. It was abundantly obvious from the onset of our conversation that she did not want to talk to me. I asked if he'd told them we were getting a divorce and she said yes. I told her I would never expect her to side against him but I wanted them to know I still love them and that won't change. I can only imagine what he's told them, but I would never have expected her to just shut off. Well, just another price of divorce I guess, but that didn't make it any less hurtful. I had tears in my eyes when I hung up.
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