I was a widow for 5 years and then I met this wonderful guy online we met and kept in touch. It wasn't a typical whirlwind romance. We didn't see each other very much. Last year I moved to this town for an employment opportunity and he had been transferred here. We dated or hung around together and had a great time I thought. In December 2006, he moved in with me and everything was grand I thought. In January 2007, he would spend a lot of time sleeping and I thought it was depression. He quit his job and I supported him in the decision. Two weeks later he went down to see his sister and has been down there pretty much ever since. I found out recently that he met a nurse online and went down there to meet her. He had been chatting with her online for quite some time. When I found out initially I was upset but then I was grateful for the experience that I had with him. I learned things about myself that I didn't realize I did. Now however I find myself feeling very used, hurt and almost devastated. He rescued me from a very difficult situation and has been my best friend and then to have him leave my life like that it is killing me. I am so torn between grieving over the loss and hating him. I am struggling so much. I don't believe that dating every again is going to be an option since where I live most people are online. I don't ever want to go through it again.
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