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6 Lessons in Learning to Live Life Without Your Loved One

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  1. The idea of distractions is a familiar one to me. I did the same thing, buy my main distraction in those early months was men. The rush from meeting and kissing someone new insulated me from any pain. But of course, it didn’t last and eventually I embraced a “quiet time” that was the true beginning of real change for me.

    • Men were my distraction in the last few months before the actual divorce. They do make for a fun distraction, don’t they:) I agree; however, that too much distraction, no matter the form, prevents true healing from occurring. Distraction is such a handy tool, but it needs to have an expiration date.

  2. Susanna says:

    I definitely use distractions…I moved to a city where I didn’t know anywhere and my new friends can meet me without the lens of my failed marriage. (sigh) http://meantforsomethingbetter.com/2012/05/11/hold-me-down/

  1. May 17, 2012

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