I will sit back and patiently watch as his Karma bus runs his ass over, especially when he has no money because he has to fork it over to me for alimony.
It's hard to realize that the future you thought you had is no longer possible. You may be thinking he's having the time of his life, but remember .. he's broken, and sad inside. He's looking to fill a hole that external things won't fill.
You will recover from the heartache and be happy. He most likely will not be happy, ever.
I understand. He wasn't capable plain and simple
friends wife lasting 10 years. TT over a
year a year. Now his health is declining,
among the lack of communication.
I just switched over to this company called Kitty Wireless, it's really cheap if money is an issue.
But you care because you are a person whose emotions run deep, instead of focusing on surface distractions. Think about it: these connections aren't authentic. They don't involve true intimacy. He's using these women. It's a truly disgusting way to be.
I know that it still hurts that he is choosing and preferring such a despicable pursuit, that his ego and desire to feel wanted and get the validating thrill of conquest take priority over a good, loving relationship. But that is his brokenness. It's sad and demoralizing to see it--it makes your giving so much of yourself to him in the past seem like a farce, since he clearly can't appreciate the worth of what you offered, and it is a slap in the face to think something you know is precious is being thrown away (those doubts of 'what if he's getting something better?' that creep in), but really and truly it is far better to be alone than to be the type of person with so little ability to act with integrity.
The fact is, you are a good and loving person who is realizing that your love was going to someone who never deserved it. It's a harsh awakening. Don't beat yourself up for your feelings even though there isn't a strong rational basis for them, and remember--you are the one who can hold your head high, and that is going to count for a lot in your future happiness versus his future continued dissatisfaction.