Now, I have yet another life experience to talk about. And yes, it’s inspiring me to write so I am milking it. Although it’s only the beginning, and I can only speak from this point, hopefully, things will look brighter in this area soon.
- You want it to be civil and nice, but it takes two to tango and it might not work that way even if those were the intentions.
- Money may not have been on your mind until the other partner makes it a big ass deal.
- You realize you are suddenly faced with a stranger. Someone you thought cared about you, from one day to another, is someone you don’t recognize.
- You truly get a better picture of how the other person is at this time. When things fall apart, all those kind sweet words are meaningless.
- Even if you also want out, it’s crushing and it will take time to brush off the hurt.
- You may realize how much the other person hates you.
- You won’t want to see the person and dread the thought of having to deal with them for yet some time until it’s a done deal.
- It’s easy to let go of things you used to care about because you want a clean break and no reminder of the past life with this new stranger.
- “We will remain friends,” are just words to soothe the break, but in fact, ask yourself, if now, this would be a person you would seek friendship with. Maybe not.
- Although you want to move on, this uneasy, almost annoying, unfinished business keeps creeping into your mind.
- You start to wonder why you didn’t have the balls to do it yourself before and wish guilt hadn’t stopped you.
- You will wonder what on earth you had in common.
- You also realize that it’s true, we change and as we change we may grow in different directions.
- All compassion starts dying when you see the other person show his true colors.
- And lastly, but in a happier tone…It will be over and you will move on and be happy you learned yet another lesson in life.
Be well and hope your separation goes smoothly.