Hello everyone, I have been divorced for a little over a year, I was married for 11 years. I need to move on, but I feel like this whole thing just happened yesterday. When my ex and I split, we maintained a physical relationship with hopes of getting back together, but recently, she decided she just wants to move on. Now I feel as though I have to start the grieving process over again. To add insult to injury, we are neighbors, so I see her every day. I feel this overwhelming need to go over there and bargain with her and try to get her back, I get so week and end up just making a fool out of my self. I have to move on for my sake and my kids, but I just can't find the strength.
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