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    • #13504
      betterdays
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      Is hard especially when I know he’s enjoying himself x

    • #13514
      Nemo
      Participant

      ye it is hard i have been and still am in the same situation, but it’s their way of avoiding having to feel anything… while we’re processing the loss and making sense of what has happened, they are out ‘keeping up appearances’.

      keep up the no contact and don’t be fooled by his facade…know that you are stronger than him because you are letting yourself feel these normal emotions and dealing with them so that you can move forward in a healthy positive way.

      Hugs ❤ you are doing so well 🌞

    • #13515
      Serenity
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      Nemo is right- they don’t allow themselves to live on that deep emotional level- either that part of them never existed or has died, or they are too cowardly to face their true feelings.

      They much prefer to live on a superficial and false level.

    • #13523
      White Rose
      Participant

      Don’t worry about him and what he’s doing. Ignore him. Be strong with your no contact and you will slowly feel better

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