I don't think the pain will ever really go away. I really enjoyed being married, it was easy for me to be faithful and true. The thing I'm most concern about is have I really let her go? Why have I chosen to be alone all these years. I came from a broken home, last night I spoke the words outloud " I wonder what it would be like to have a MOM like Clarks mom plays on Smallville?" My 16 year old son echoed me ME TOO! I never understood how a mother could leave a child, You have to take my son away from me by force, Lots of force.
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