I find that I am wondering if I will ever be able to move past this , in the beginning I thought I could and put all behind us ,we decided to leave the past in the past ,and start doing new things, but lately this last week or so ,it just keeps creeping back into my mind ,like having flash backs about certain things that he did during that time ,the way he acted , lied.and it brings me down, I know he is trying but sometimes it is so hard . He gets up set , when I am upset and he knows why , I find that it's over small stuff , like when he had moved out he had bought some new cloths ,I asked him to toss them out and he could not understand it ,he did it but he was baffled I tried to explain , that in my mind I think you bought them to wear for her, or all his cologne , he does everything I ask but ,he even got rid of his cowboy boots that he bought when he was messing around , they were expensive and I Knew he didn't buy them for her but for him . but I can't not associate them with her ,am I crazy? if he does the slightest thing that is new ,like buy a book or look for music on line wich he had never done before I start thinking , that he is or has started up talking to her or something , , sometimes I am driving us both crazy. is there ever such a thing as punishing them too much?
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