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  1. #1
    indudela
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    Counseling helps ...

    I went for a counseling this afternoon to talk about my nasty breakup this past weekend ...

    My therapist brought up an interesting point. He mentioned that people usually hide evidence when they cheat on their spouse, but my ex left the used condoms in an uncovered trash can in the bathroom after he fooled around with his ex, and it seemed that they were out for me to find easily. All of these could've been premeditated, and if it was, what my guy did to me was very cruel.

    Anyways, this was my first time going to a counseling ever in my life, and I found it was very helpful to hear a different perspective. I will be going for a second visit next week, and definitely looking to feel better.
    Last edited by indudela; November 27th, 2012 at 06:36 PM.

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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    What your counselor suggested may be entirely true because I can't imagine anyone being THAT careless about such things.......
    Good for you for taking charge of your life.......

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    CupidBoy
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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    Happy it helps, hope you will feel better in time.

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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    Good to hear. As your bf did not make any semblance of reasonable excuse when it came to asking you to stay away, it seems he was overtly cavorting. It really would not have made sense if he had hidden evidence.

    That you can see clearly the disregard is a good thing; it should lessen the pain of severance. It is not that you need to grow bitter or chagrined, but seeing it for what it was should help you hurt less and steel your resolve to move on with your life to being loved and happy in a better place.

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    AWP82
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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    Good for you, buddy. You're on the right track.

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    indudela
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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    I do honestly miss my ex, his voice, his smell, etc, but my therapist asked me NOT to get in touch with my ex under any circumstances ... Anyways, I just threw away all of his stuff in my apartment and I spent the entire evening cleaning up my place. No need to see anything that would remind me of him.

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    Re: Counseling helps ...

    Quote Originally Posted by indudela View Post
    I do honestly miss my ex, his voice, his smell, etc, but my therapist asked me NOT to get in touch with my ex under any circumstances ... Anyways, I just threw away all of his stuff in my apartment and I spent the entire evening cleaning up my place. No need to see anything that would remind me of him.
    Good.

    Remember to now go and replace the man and his presence in your life, when you are able, lest you look about and only see what is missing.

    Be strong. Love again.


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