Sure, there are things you can do to TRY to get over your ex–like see a therapist, engage in a new hobby, find faith, exercise, start volunteering, focus on career, etc. and they might help, but the letting go part is all up to you. I wish mine was like yours and would have given us a chance.
YOU are the one deciding when you can accept it and move on. As far as WHY you can’t get over your ex-wife, there are several possible reasons. Instead ,she told me she wanted a divorce and moved out a week later,found out she was with a guy from work,she has now been with 5 guys so far now living with 1 ,each a clone of each other,charged our son 12 with sodomy on our 4 year old ,which dcf dropped .
But instead of listing them, I am going to offer: 6 things to do if you NEVER want to get over your ex The beauty about getting over your ex-wife/husband is that it happens when you least expect it (in my opinion.) All of a sudden, you realize that you didn’t cry today. Has not seen our son In 6 months but texts him every now and then.
You find yourself enjoying life and thinking less and less about him or her. deep down i want this to work out and the truth is she and i are severly not right for each other. She no longer speaks to anyone from her past it's like she has a new life at 42 , I think she has gone insane Reply My world crunbled about 6 months ago when my (now ex) wife told me she wanted a divorce. Reply My divorce was finalized at the end of January, though we split of up 3 years ago. Or maybe my sadness is because I feel like I let my daughter down.
It’s a little sad, in a way, and you almost miss that pain, just because you lived with it for such a long, long time. There’s nothing better than that moment you look in the mirror and think, “Wow, look where I was a year ago, and look at me now.” Divorced Guy Grinning is a blog for men facing divorce and dating after divorce. I suspected that she had (or still has) an emotional affair. She remarried recently and I can't seem to move on. Either way, I can shake this feeling of blame, even though we're approaching the 4th year of being split up, and with her being remarried, etc.
It's kind of like hanging out with your platonic female divorced friend and hearing her perspective on your divorce and your love life issues. Like the guys in this post I was always faithful, supportive, dont do drink or drugs, love our teenage son, took care of her whenever she was ill and suppported her academic ambitions, loving her through good times and bad. Reply My wife left me 6 months ago apparently I made her so miserable she just kicked me out with nothing to my name.
Reply While I am currently experiencing number three on your list of what not to do, "Rewrite history", by imagining that everything was always cheery, I find that my wife is experiencing number three in reverse. .nothing else it will prepare you for a better situation. Then to be informed that "at least I am a good father! Please explain somebody how this can happen to someone who would have given his life to her. She has left me in mass amounts of debt but I still love her so much, I gave her 4 years of my life and she just binned me and now it's put a gap between me and my daughter as I work allot'I supported her and her son my stepson on my own wage for 3 out of the 4 years we was together she was short for nothing I had everything and now I'm so lonely it's caused me mental illness the lot absolutely heartbroken how some women can just switch off Reply My wife left me 3 weeks ago, I found out she has been having an affair for around a year, she's pregnant to him too. I worked my butt off and provided for me and hubby.
A few years ago, a friend of mine was going through a long divorce and she said to me, “It’s been two years and I’m still not over it.
I WANT to be over it—over him, but I just don’t know how to do it.” I felt sorry for her because I get it.No one can help a person get over their ex-husband/ex-wife.The person has to do it on their own, and on their own timetable. Reply I do pray , Doug I want my family back together.She keeps telling me how I put her through ten torturous years of marriage, and how me finally moving out was the best day of her life, and how she is so much happier now. " After 22 years together, those words cut me like knife. What the hell do I do, she's moved back into our home saying that she's stopping until she gets somewhere, but she doesn't love me anymore and doesn't want any communication between us. He didn't appreciate it, we had arguement and I accidentally threw a hair spray can, no lies it hit his head slightly and bounced off his head and hit our wall clock.She can't seem to remember a single positive thing about our marriage. I feel no good anymore, broken and desperately lonely. Reply My hubby left me 2 months ago and man it has been tough, being in a 5 and half years marriage. It was a bad move which I regret from this day but he was okay after being seen by the emergency room. So it's been 2 months no contact, only known he's staying with his mate and chances of reconciliation is out of the window. Reply I feel for each and everyone who is devastated by divorce.I guess it depends on who gets dumped and who did the dumping. I am somewhat older than she and had just retired, only to have my life turned upside down and inside out. I went to my mother's home that night and found my hubby left with all his stuff. He just a divorce piece of paper signed in Islamic marriage. My second wife divorced me in 1987 and has been remarried for twenty something years while I am still single.