Why does it feel like the ex always wins? Is it a facade? Is it what they want us to think? I feel like my ex has walked away with everything. When I moved I ended up leaving about $500 worth of furniture because I couldn't afford to transport it on such short notice. I blew $1000 to move in with him for a month (not knowing it was going to fail miserably, of course). He's walked away without feeling a thing while I still grieve on a daily basis. He's got a successful job, possibly a new fling and everything is going great for him. He broke me down to the lowest of low and used me as a door mat to walk his way into a "better life". Why does the other party never suffer? Why do I feel like I've lost everything? I haven't been able to figure out how to deal with this feeling yet. It's been the stunt of my healing.
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