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I seem to have gone the opposite way around. I wanted my divorce to happen due to his gambling . Our marriage was over though he always wanted to give it another try and said he still loved me even after the divorce. What I didn''t expect to happen was 6 months after our divorce from a 23 year marriage, he started living with my best friend of 20 years. I am still reeling from that even though I found out nearly 7 months ago. I can''t get over their betrayal , her more than him. I am starting some counselling on Tuesday because I really thought I was getting to grips with it all but my current low mood Is telling me I''m not. Grief from betrayal in my case has come from losing my best friend and now the 2 people that I trusted most in the world apart from blood family are together. God it hurts so bad!!
Thanks Angie. I just seem to have been thrown back to the beginning again, obsessing over them. I know it''s not rational especially as me and him were over. Me and her were inseparable. We ate at each other''s houses at least twice a week. I''m having horrible thoughts like when them 2 first slept together did I then cook her dinner the next day?? I feel such a fool and so worthless. Bet they were having a right old laugh at my expense. As some of you know our kids wouldn''t speak to him so my energies went into getting their relationship back on track with their dad, which it is. So following on from Declan''s original post I am only just starting my own journey to heal myself. Not for my marriage but the horrendous betrayal of my best friend.
Sorry to hijack your post Declan.