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  1. kayjcee2014 says:

    Reblogged this on surfacing-finding your way after a divorce and commented:
    We were just talking about this yesterday. There are so many mixed emotions in divorce, and sometimes you seem to feel them all at once. Great post!

  2. annieemmy says:

    Divorce is VERY MUCH like a death. I was surprised at how much it felt like one when I was going through it. One day the person you’re planning on spending the rest of your life with is there… and the next, they’re gone… and you can’t go back. Thanks for putting this so beautifully.

  3. pecsbowen says:

    My heart goes out to those women who lost their unborn children. I think not enough is spoken or written about those 9 months right from the start when you start feeling the life inside you.

    Though my heart goes out to you too, divorce is serious the pain is real atleast for the party who gave it their all – naively or otherwise but in this post of yours i feel more for those three women and am just sickened by this stupid society.

  4. Jana says:

    Having my husband leave me was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to go through – even though I was not happy in the marriage and had contemplated leaving myself. It’s been seven months and there are still days that I get teary-eyed when I think about a particularly poignant memory. I was lucky to have some good friends who let me sob and cry and express my fears and hurt without ever making me feel like I was an inconvenience or burden. I don’t know what I would have done without them.

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