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Kristin Bradley says
April 30, 2013 at 1:02 pm
This is right on time, Gene! Thanks! I’m already benefiting from asking myself this question. This questions reminds me that WANTING to be open to possibilities and BEING open are two different things. Thanks!
eileen reilly says
May 8, 2013 at 7:38 am
I went through a gut wrenching breakup last year. Deep depression, wounded self esteem, humiliation, and I found myself going through the stages of grief because my partner CHOSE to die in my life but didn’t go away! We stayed in touch, talking back and forth, sometimes civil and many times with anger. I pled with him not to do this to us but he persisted because he couldn’t get his life together with me in it. HUH? Anyway, one year later I have sold my house and am about to start a new chapter in my life. If I hadn’t been forced out of this relationship albeit in a very painful way, I would have stayed with someone who didn’t have what was best for me in mind. I did everything I could for him while he went through a rough patch and then he discarded me. He had the nerve to say to me not long ago that he hadn’t ‘closed the door’ on the possibility of us getting back together in the future. HUH???? I will never make the same mistake again, THANKS TO HIM!!!