01-14-2012, 07:20 AM
Join Date: Oct 2010
| | Re: He's moving on, I'm having a hard time
It will take time. You are used to contact with him although it was toxic. It was not love, you must see that. He deserves what he will get now and it will not be what he expects. my suggestion is no contact so that you get past this. The best thing you can do is to emerse yourself in the richness of your family and friends.
In a year, you will wonder why you did not leave sooner. Don't beg him or let him see you upset. It will not make him feel regret. If you effect an indifferent attitude to match his and treat him with cool politeness that will confuse him. He will get the idea that he is not as lovable as he thinks if you can disconnect so easily. Keep that in mind when things become difficult.
He'll probaly continue to follow his junk around but now it will be without the comforts of house and home. He probably has visions of sex sex sex. But as a sex crazed old man, he is likely to run into women who will use him for what they can get. He may think he hit the jackpot but they will leave when they drain him dry. He will have an empty lonely existence. You will never know because he will put on a good face.
. Expose him to you family so that he cannot hide his perversion, and deceit. get a lawyer and get your share of the marital proceeds before the preditory women he runs into dip in.
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