This Is Very Depressing To Me...

My ex and I have been divorced for almost 7 years. I still love her so much and I still have hopes that we will reconcile one day. I'm reading a lot of comments telling people to move on. I can't move on...I'm terrified of the thought of losing the only woman I've ever really loved, and my kids, forever. This isn't what I thought it would be.
mnr69 mnr69
41-45
4 Responses Jul 15, 2010

I totally Agree and accept it. I am from Hyderabad and I had married to my first soul mate Srikala and we both were together 1 yr. We had age gap of 10 years but my love was sincere and honest. Initially she was dishonest continued her intimate relationships with her ex-boyfriends even after the marriage and that led to our breakup as she caught and accepted her wrong doings. After the divorce I got married but my second marriage relation was not good because I couldn’t forget my first wife as she was she was soulmate. I was totally away from my second marriage but my Ex-wife and I continued our relationships for 11 years. She was changed woman after our divorce, at least that’s what I felt. She was everything for me. She is my first love and last love. At the age of 36 she got married for the second time but I am still keeping away from all alone. I thought she was totally changed woman and planned to remarry her. But things got changed now and she says god bless me. I have no regrets but My heart bleeds because she is my soul mate now and for ever.

I know exactly how you feel. When you meet your soulmate you expect it to last a lifetime. Everyone tells me to find somebody new, but I will never love anyone the way that I have loved her for fifteen years

I can completely relate. This is not the life I wanted for my children or my (now former) marriage. I found some peace after reading the Bible, praying (praising, thanking, confessing, asking), and crying. Getting prayed over at a healing service also helps (Google "Billy Burke"). Only God's supernatural Grace seems to help.

I can completely relate. This is not the life I wanted for my children or my (now former) marriage. I found some peace after reading the Bible, praying (praising, thanking, confessing, asking), and crying. Getting prayed over at a healing service also helps (Google "Billy Burke"). Only God's supernatural Grace seems to help.