I have been divorced for 11 months and you would think I would be feeling better but I feel worse. I didn't want the divorce and left behind my children and home. I can't seem to shake this devastating thing that has happened to me. I have been in therapy but it seems like I'm feeling worse. I cry often, and have obsessive thoughts. My head feels fuzzy and light headed and I don't feel motivated to do anything. I take one step forward and then like four steps backward. I always feel lonely even though there are many people I can call. I look at my ex and she has completely moved on. I remember how it used to be to be when I felt really good. I feel as though that will never happen again. There is like a constant cloud over me. I am so depressed still. Is this normal to still be feeling like this. I miss my old life so much I can't stand it. can anyone please give me any advice. Brett
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