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Like It Never Happened

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  1. Ray says:

    BD and AD…. yes. A clearly painted line in my life. Trying to move on and think more about the POST part…. (I’m not divorced yet, so I’ll use BS… and AS…) “S” for separated. Great post, as always. Thank you. It’s nice to know (and read) that people can come out of these things ok.

    • BS makes me giggle:)

    • i havent read any posts in awhile because i’ve been too emotional.. I feel others pain as my own when it comes to this.. but this post i read every word.. im happy for you, maybe this journey was always to lead you to brock.. (im still trying to make sense of all this.. almost 6 months later.. no i have no answers for myself and i struggle with leaving him.. feeling pathetic and broken)… your post gives me hope…

      • Sorry to hear of your current pain. I don’t know that there is ever any sense to be made of it all. Just an acceptance, a letting go and a moving on. I think that’s often all we can do. Hugs to you.

  2. I wrote about my own BD and AD, in a post called “What is Normal?”, yesterday. The NOW is normal. The feelings associated with it and our mental outlook on working through those feelings are chaos many do not know or see. Thank you for sharing your experiences and the process of working through the distinctions.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Awesome! How wonderful! I am so glad 🙂

  4. I still make distinctions of my experiences as BM and AS (before marriage and after separation). Though given the short span of my marriage, the timeline of the event does not have any major implication on the memories and other experiences but the event did have a huge impact. My present is normal, I do not look back at days BM where I was blissfully unaware of what the future held and neither do I cringe at any memories (good ones) associated with my ex.

  5. GOOD for you. SO glad you had such an amazing experience. A wholeness if you will…

  6. erineliza71 says:

    So so so happy for you. This post made me smile big smiles.

  7. Steve Kubien says:

    Ya know, Brock sounds like a pretty awesome guy. I’m happy you’ve found him.

  8. Kay H says:

    Feeling right sounds lovely. I look forward to that. Now I’m in DD (during divorce). I’m sure you remember they phase. Everything up in the air, anxiety, fear. Feeling right is a light at the end of the tunnel.

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