I left my husband 3 years ago due to verbal/emotional abuse and constant arguing. I was doing alright for some time, until i realized he had moved in with another woman and her 5 children. That threw me into a deep depression, which I have never been able to get out of. Everytime he misses calling our boys, i immediately think "Oh, he must be busy with his new whore",or if he could not come early on Christmas to watch our kids open presents, I immediately felt "THat's because he has to spend Christmas morning with his "other family" and then I get angry and more depressed. How do I get past the anger, jelousy, and depression, particularly since the whole separation was my decision the first place.
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