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Yep. He was dead to me. I literally experienced missing their soul from this world, in my mind and heart. I mourned the loss of him; I let him go. Then one day he calls and I think it’s the very love I’d set free, he was coming back, it must be meant to be. Wasn’t that the way love goes?
Nope. He was just lonely. 🐛🦋🤢

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No. I understand if we had to walk away from each other. I still always regret that it is the greatest thing that can be accomplished in certain cases

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Yes, I have done that. Also my wife did that with me in response to my reaction when our infant child died. I will readily admit, I was as useless as anyone can imagine, totally emasculated and devoid of capacity to be of use to anyone, myself included.

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many times. very good decisions in hindsight.

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If you don’t forgive and forget, you allow them to get inside you head and destroy your energy and steal your joy! Forgive, forget and let go, so you can be free…forever…. As hard as it may sound. The only one who suffers is YOU… And they dont even realize it…. Don’t give them that joy.

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Sadly yes 😔

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Yes, I married a man that pretended to be the person I was looking for, knowing all along he was exactly what I was running from, needless to say, he was exposed 2.5 years after we were married, when a big lie of his was exposed, which led to me not believing anything he said and me questioning Everything he had told me which most of those “truths” were lies,,,, his true persona is what I am dealing with now, he has been the biggest disappointment of my life

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For those saying that’s not forgiveness…. I disagree…. You can forgive someone, but let the person go because it’s not healthy Continue to subject yourself to it. I had a friend who continuously and constantly let me down, lied and never truly saw their part in in it. I forgave her because I don’t think she honestly saw the wrong and hurt… She wasn’t capable of seeing beyond herself. But I didn’t have to continously subject myself to future pain. I don’t hate her. I don’t hold a grudge. I just let go.

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Absolutely, except for the forgive part!!!

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Didn’t forgive them but I moved on without them. Pretty much the same concept.

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Yes, this happened to me, I was so hurt, it was like the person died and a different person was standing in front of me, talking harshly, I didn’t know him, even after over 30 years together, staring at me with nearly hate because he was caught out. A part of me died too.

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Yes, just a realization that I’m not the person I was 30 years ago, and neither is he, but we keep trying.

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Yes. I let him go and he realized that he didn’t want to live without me. He didn’t give up, won my heart back and we’re stronger than ever!

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I would say this about most of the people I grew up with I’m done with them

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Sadly yes but it was the right decision…for my wellbeing.

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Yes the last 2 ladies. Neither one of them gets another chance, but instead of letting it eat, I flip it to the positive in realize that both of them being gone, I’m way better off. And the most important thing, is I learned from both ladies for when I meet someone else

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Yep. Beautiful feeling.

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Including family.

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In a word, yes, then I disappear from their lives…forever, but I’m an #INFJ, so those of you that know INFJ’s, you understand.

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all of my family members. Never spoken to anyone since 2012.

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No. I get disappointed, but forgiveness allows you to continue to love them. Personally I think being able to do that is what keeps people from becoming jaded and miserable. I can’t help it, right or wrong, and no matter how other people tell me I should feel.

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Sometimes you have to give yourself the sense of freedom from that kind of negativity. Have peace in your mind. It’s chicken soup for the soul 🙂

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Yes, I had to do this with my son… the toughest thing ever.

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Certainly have!

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Yes, just recently.