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Ghost Busters: Breaking Through the Pain of Abandonment

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  1. Mary Lou says:

    Very much what I went through! It helped that he went on through 3 more marriages with lots of drama. You’re right about the one abandoned being left with PTSD. I love the insight that comes through in this post. <3
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  2. I was ghosted by my husband after 32 years of marriage. This has helped me to put more pieces of my mystery in place & find understanding.
    Joyce …❤🍃

  3. “Ghosting”, that’s a new term I will have to look up.
    I have read your story and I am in absolute awe of the strength it has taken for you to move forward. It is refreshing to hear your tale of triumph in the face of trauma.

  4. Firstly, I am so grateful that you write. That you share your talent with all of us and by reading about the pieces you have put together, it helps us put our prices together. That is such a gift!

    Secondly, I LOVE that you love podcasts too. I rebelled against listening to MRS because I felt it was an invasion into his privacy. But then I listened to one episode and chugged the whole playlist in 24 hours. I’m going to have to look for the Ghosting one now.

    I would love more suggestions for podcasts we should try.

    • Thank you for your support!

      Oh my goodness, my podcast list is so diverse! I like to listen to things that make me think (Stuff You Should Know, Joe Rogan), things that make me feel (Strangers, Death, Sex and Money) and things that help me understand (Dear Sugar, TED Radio Hour). I love the rawness and authenticity that often comes across on podcasts. People seem to be willing to be more vulnerable.

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