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I feel as if it’s not about him and missing him anymore, it’s about the way he treated me and the way that has made me feel - this I can’t seem to put right in my head.
So I guess I am getting somewhere near to acceptance maybe? However I keep reading on here that you have to work at acceptance and that it is not just time that will sort this out.
I know this may seem a silly question – but what do you do to work on it?
I really don’t want this to affect the rest of my life and I worry that it will.
I would like to think that in the future I will be able to trust people again
and that maybe someone may come along that I will be able to put my faith in and possibly share my life with. Not for a while yet – but sometime. And hey – if that doesn’t happen – so be it.
I guess I would like to be at peace with it all at some stage.
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