Breaking up a relationship is difficult – especially if it’s not your choice. Grief can be experienced even when an unfulfilling relationship ends, because, at the very least, you have lost the emotional investment you made in that relationship. There may be a sense of failure, hopelessness, loss, despair, fear, or desperation. Remember there is much help available in today's society so I would really like to suggest that you see your Physician to discuss if you are experiencing depression and if therapy may not be a way for you to learn how to deal with the problems that come with the breaking up of a family.
Have you and your spouse been to any marriage counseling?
Another great source of emotional support for you would be your friends and family so please do use them well. You have nothing to be ashamed of so do think of you and your children and know that we care.
Gentle Hugs to you,
You have your cap locks on, would you mind making sure they are off in the future.................it is hard to read a post in all caps.
I will find a way or make one. –Phillip Sidney 1554-1586
All that I am and all that I shall ever be, I owe to my Angel Mother.
The Bucket List- Have you found joy in your life? Has your life brought joy to others?
Make sure your suffering has meaning…