It is sad, but one foot in front of the other we move on toward a brighter day.
We all think this relationship will be great when we commit to it... and sometimes it is... but sometimes we hit snags we can't overcome and sometimes people grow in opposite directions. <br />
Fortunately, life gives second chances. :-)
It started with separate rooms, she said I was to unrestful in bed. Then the sexual intimacy went on indefinite leave, I heard she repulsed me. Then the intimacy took off, I never talked with her anymore, she missed that, or so the rumours have it. Finally she went, of course, I was making the atmosphere unbearable for her, probably by just breathing, but I really don't know.<br />
She got real ill. She needed to be taken care of. No more rotten atmosphere, no more complaints about not talking, and no gratification for taking her in.<br />
She gave up her apartment, costs too much. She got better, so she started looking for a new apartment. She said. No apartment in two years, but hey, there are only so much available apartments or houses. And, since I was running a homeless shelter, her son could stay, a couple of weeks. Like 8 months. And since it is my house, they decided everything. No complaining, you hear, you just ruin the atmosphere. <br />
It was enough, I kicked the son out. She took offence and siad she'd leave as well. Good, go, as fast as you can. They didn't. They decided I had to go, permanently. I had to run for my life, but hey I started it, by kicking the son out. So, yes, death was appropriate.<br />
They are gone now.<br />
Bitter is the answer to your question, I really wonder why.<br />
(And yes, of course, I am human, and yes I yes I am not perfect, and even I know I have an active role in this, but they will never hear that from me)<br />
Good for you. Move on, don't look back, but mostly enjoy.
Thank you. They are gone. The person I want to be with, is coming.
Makes me feel sad. To lose companionship and trust that was once there and now is absent leaves a hole in ones soul that needs to be filled.
You are a strong woman and nothing will keep you down.....Hold your head high and keep trucking
East bound and down babay.
Every time you get knocked down just keep getting up.
Life does go on. Move forward. You are wonderful. As it should be.
My mom has a friend who divorced her husband but they still live in the same house... It's weird and depressing
I'm sorry you had to experience that, but I'm glad it's over. Be strong :)
I went through that last year and my relationship ended. I was okay with the separate room thing, as I'd been through so much difficulty in my marriage of 23 years. However, what I saw as a glitch and a hump to overcome, he saw as major and left.<br />
It is sad. And I was in shock for a few months after this rel ended. I also felt a bit stupid as I glossed over the signs that he was looking for a way out and had been for quite a while ...
Well, it is said that we grow through adversity. If that's the case, then I should've grown enough to have lived four lives in one lol!