Taking Back What Is MineI know this may sound cold, but I will explain.
When I married my ex-wife back in 2002, I was in love with her but she was not in love with me. I was simply a rebound that she happened to marry and have kids with. I'm surprised that our marriage (if you can call it that) lasted the 8 years it did. Anyways, on that day I gave my heart to her, but she did not give her heart to me. Along with my heart, I also gave her my devoted love and affection as well as my virginity. I think the lack of anything from her would explain why I started to feel a void a few years into our marriage.
When she left, she showed no emotion or pain. Every time we would see each other she was always cool and composed, she had cut herself off from me and showed no signs of wanting to restore anything. She is already in a relationship and I'm still single, missing what she took with her. She said that she made a mistake marrying my and that I'm not her type in any way and that she only stayed married to me from the beginning for the benefit of the kids. I'm more than willing to let her go her own way, but she's not taking any part of me.
So I'm going to take back what's mine. I've been slowly getting back physical possessions she took when she moved out, and I've got one more to get. But when the time is right I'm going to take back what I gave her (except the virginity, can't take that back). She never wanted it, so I'm sure she will not ob
So in essence, she got me, but I didn't get her. I'm not going to wait for someone to fill the void she left. I'm simply going to take back what's mine and let time restore the two halves. I know how I'm going to do it, and she won't like the end result. What happened happened, I can't change that, but I'm moving forward, and not leaving any part of me behind.
Army0917 31-35, M 7 Responses 3 Jun 4, 2011