Does the anger ever go away? I have a 50/50 custody arrangement. My ex left me for another woman. I have been in therapy and doing all the right things to get over this. Our son, Aidan, has major allergies. Well this weekend he had an allergic reaction to something. He broke out in hives head to toe. While talking about it to John the anger came back. Anger that here I am dealing with this and he isn't here because he is such an asshole. Then I really became angry because while we were talking about what was going on I hear him listening to Kelly, the OW, and then asking me questions or trying to tell here what I was saying. Well, I lost it. This woman lives in Indiana, we live in NY. I get that my ex likes this arrangement. This woman makes him the center of her world and he gets all the benefits of being in a relationship without all the hard work that comes in being with someone day in and day out. I am just so pissed. There is no reason for her to be involved with this situation or Aidan for that matter. She can see Aidan when she is in town, and yes, I let Aidan go on a family vacation with John, Kelly and 2 of her three children. But, I feel back to square one with this anger with this situation. I know this is long, but I'm still angry and pissed about this situation. Do you really get beyond it when you have children?
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