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19 Sep 14 #444770 by dilbert001
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I came onto wikivotce some 7.5 months ago.... my whole world had ended - everything that i thought was true, everything that i did for the family (well that was i thought) was thrown up in the air. (to put it mildly)

You know i am now very close, very close to being a 100% complete - i have had so so so much support from the people on wikivorce - the only reason i am where i am because of YOU guys - the people that have put up with my calls, the people that have PM to. I cannot tell you how much you have helped me and my daughter.

As i write this i cry - for the people that are just starting this awful, devastating process.... but trust me guys it does get better, you will feel complete, you will have a life. you used to before you met your partner.

I wish everyone that comes to the site the very best ... and for those that drove us here. I wish that they too will be happy to

Honestly - we can only truly move on if we can forgive.

Loads of love to you all - especially those that are new to the site xxxxx

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19 Sep 14 #444784 by rubytuesday
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HI Dilbert,

Thank you for coming back and updating everyone on how you are doing - and also for your encouragement and support for new members, I''m sure those just starting out will draw some much-needed comfort from your words.

Wishing you all the best :)

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20 Sep 14 #444892 by NellNoRegrets
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Although the first time people post on here they are often overwhelmed with shock, denial, pain, anguish, many of them are able to find a way through the upheaval and emerge stronger and happier.

I have been lucky enough to meet people both online and in person who have done this and it is encouraging for people just starting out, who may feel there is nothing for them in the future, to know that there is!

I don''t regret my marriage or separation, I have learned a lot about myself and my ex and my children.

Although I''ve been diagnosed with 2 life-limiting diseases, I have found this too to be a source of learning and I can genuinely say I am happier than I have been for years. Life is a precious gift and we must all make the most of it.

Very best of luck in your continued healing Dilbert.

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20 Sep 14 #444928 by AngieP
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The strength of people on this site and the depth of pain endured continues to amaze me. It is so encouraging to hear from those who have come through it. I would never have believed it some months ago but this really is a learning process. I feel like I have been blinkered for years, but due to what has happened am beginning to look at life very differently.

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20 Sep 14 #444937 by Declan
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Hi Fella
You know me .
Yep , this site is a true Godsend Eh .
Get your pain and anguish out on here . Feel listened to Eh
So glad you found the site K
Stay strong fella


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