I've always thought "hope" was a good thing; you know, 'hope it'll all turn out OK', 'never give up on hope', 'hope' for the best, 'all you can do is hope'...my stbx and I are just beginning the process of separation and ??? Hell be moving out supposedly in about a week. I'm 'hoping' that once he gets out on his own, he'll re-evaluate what is going on and I 'hope' he'll change is mind and want to work on the marriage with 'hope' that we can re-build it again. Now to me this seemed like the right thing. But in reading books on healing broken relationships, transitions, and posting here on DS, it sounds to me like we should be working on giving up "hope". Is this true? I know I need to ACCEPT all the things that are happening in my life, and work toward moving on....but give up all "HOPE" that this can still work out? Wow, that a big one to swallow. Too bad, so sad.
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