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  • #80995
    BellyButton
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    Wow, thank you so much for the feedback! I have felt like I was losing my mind the past few weeks with all my mood swings and crazy thoughts. I feel a little better knowing that there is a chance to turn this around. I am currently searching for a good counselor and hope to find a good one ASAP.

    My body has definitely been through a lot since I quit. I’ve had “brain shocks” , bloating, pain in my legs and arms, and now my emotions are going crazy. I know, this too, will eventually pass!

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    #74758
    BellyButton
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    He gets what happened and has apologized. Whenever we started dating again he was totally different, it should be a good thing but I worry he will someday drop the ball and want out. Out initial phase left me feeling highly insecure. I wish I could erase these feelings and realize everything is fine now but I can’t seem to shake it.

    #59471
    BellyButton
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    I am praying for the strength. There are times when I feel like that was a totally different person I was dealing with then to who he is today but I still get stuck wondering what went wrong. I worry he may decide to jet or that I will lose myself trying to please him.

    I need strength, trust, and forgiveness.

    #59076
    BellyButton
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    Thank you.

    I do have a hard time with forgiveness and that is what I need to work on the most.

    #58996
    BellyButton
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    You gotta start putting yourself and your family first. Without trust there is no love. You deserve love and happiness. He is not providing that. Simple as that.

    #55197
    BellyButton
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    Thank you. It can be hard to not get down about my transgressions and hurting him so badly. I wish there was a way to tell him how sorry about how immature I was. I want more than anything to know he is happy and he is doing well.

    The lessons learned are painful ones. It’s sad to realize the ride is over. Everything that used to be so perfect turned so terrible because of my impulsivity and selfishness. I am trying every day to slowly forgive myself for the mistakes that were made.

    #51172
    BellyButton
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    Wow, thank you! You are right, my perspective is probably off. When I am around him I can tell that this is something significant for both of us. Reading your answer definitely gave me a little relief because I have been holding these thoughts in the back of my head for a while. It’s unhealthy self-talk like this that can make things go sour. I need to hit pause more and look at the “bigger picture.”

    #51017
    BellyButton
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    At this point, your goal needs to be getting away from this toxic situation. You took the time and energy to get to him and you need to conjure up that willpower again to get away from him. It doesn’t seem like there is much respect going on in this relationship. You will feel so much better if you can land on your own two feet.

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