Emotional Roller-coaster


In the up and down cycle of depression, anger, despair, and disbelief, I have remembered why I hate roller-coasters so much. I hate the out of control feeling. Since my husband decided to break up with me so that he could immediately start dating another woman (without his feeling guilty for cheating because of course, according to him, he did not actually sleep with her until after he ripped my heart out by blindsiding me with the news that our relationship was over), I have been lacking control in my life. He took control away from me by making a decision about our relationship without me. He decided the marriage was over. He did not give me any say in the matter.

He did not allow me to have time to adjust to the fact that he wanted a divorce before he started dating. He did not give me a chance to say I wanted marital counseling. He just flipped a light switch to change from me to another woman all in the same day.  It hurts to know that he so easily throws away 14 years with me and our 2 kids just to go be with another woman.

 

I want off this roller-coaster of hell!

One Response to “Emotional Roller-coaster”

  1. Vaughn Yarish Says:

    Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you writing this write-up plus the rest of the website is also very good.

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