Spent the day running errands. Everything was great until I had to grocery shop, go the drug store and have lunch at a neighborhood restaurant. I walked into the restaurant and thought I saw him and his girlfriend (Pippi Longstocking as I refer to her). I got this sick feeling in my stomach. I went crazy. I had to go by the table (after going to the ladies room to make sure I looked ok) to see if it was them. It wasn't, but boy did it ruin my lunch with mom. After that, the local errands were awful. I walked around like a crazy woman looking around the corners for them. I don't want to see them together. She moved into my town 5 months before he left so she could be closer to him. That was part of her master plan. Now they are living together and still in the same area. I requested that they move, but I don't think it is going to happen. Has anyone else had this problem? How do you keep myself together when I run into them? How long does the feeling of always looking over your shoulder last? I thought about moving, but I got the house and I love this house. Why should I have to lose something else to that tramp!! Can someone give me help on dealing with this? Am I just being silly?
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