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I Just Don't Know...

I lost my wife.

We had been arguing and we said some stupid things. She walked away from me and neither of us ever got the chance to say I'm sorry.

I'm still very much in love with her. I miss her every day.

My friends and family all expect me to move on. To forgive myself for what was said and what happened.

Yes, I know she would have forgiven me.

But that's not really the point.

It doesn't matter that it was a while ago, this was the love of my life.

How do you move on from that?

And move on to what?

To dating?

Great, that sounds like fun...

Should I want to?

Am I abnormal for not doing it by now?

I just don't know...
Nox2102 Nox2102 31-35, M 3 Responses Sep 4, 2012

Your Response


Sorry for your loss, <br />
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Open to be hurt again is a big chance - then ask your guides(angels) to find that soul, that will open your heart valves to love again.<br />
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We get hurt and we pick ourselves back up again and again. <br />
We can’t change the past, but we can create our next day and the next.<br />
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To be open and honest is the best gift you give to the rest of us. <br />
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To share your pain is very brave.

the more you love someone, the more this person is hard to forget, you are not anormal at all....<br />
If you cannot contact her to let her know that you are sorry, thank her in your heart for all the good momments that you had togheter. thank life to have met her, and to have learned from your mistakes, because of her. you don't have to date if you don't feel like it... there is no obligations.. <br />
But know that there is a possibility that you never forget her, and you don't have to, I belive, its a souvenir, that can stay in your heart, that can make you a better person.

Abnormal? Not at all, sir...but when you no longer need to ask...then you'll know...only your heart can lead you on this leg of your journey...from the looks of it are and will continue to be wrapped in care and dare I