I feel bad telling my story over and over, my wife tells me I am selfish for expecting anyone especially her to feel sad for me anymore but I cannot help it, it still hurts. We were married for six years with two wonderful boys and just like that she is gone and with someone else and I am expected to just accept everything and be happy. I take care of the boys for the most part, always did, but now with her gone it is just so lonely. How do I let go and move on? Everyone says focus on the boys and enjoy the time and I do but at times like now when they are sleeping and I am left here alone it is so hard. It is even worse when she does happen to be over all I can do is think how much I miss her and our "family". I have so many emotions and it so hard knowing what to do, she is so good and pushing me to my limits and getting what she wants. How do you turn your back on the person you love, I know I am doing to much for her but I still care and worry about her, and she knows I will and expects it. So as the question says "What now?" How do you move on when you will always be connected to your Ex?
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