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Member # 44157
Posted: 7:25 AM, July 25th (Friday), 2014
How do you trust again? How do you stop obsessing? How do you breathe? When do the tears stop? When do the dreams stop? When do you feel normal again?
Posts: 2 | Registered: Jul 2014
Member # 39439
Posted: 8:04 AM, July 25th (Friday), 2014
It's different for everyone. It depends on you and your WS. Is he remorseful and trying to help you heal? Are in in IC? There is no answer, but if your WS is working to help you etc., then the only thing that will get you through this is HARD work and time.
And remember Murphy is right. Nothing is so bad that it can't get worse!!!
Posts: 1442 | Registered: Jun 2013 | From: Ontario, Canada
Member # 43818
Posted: 8:06 AM, July 25th (Friday), 2014
It is different for everyone. It took about 3 months for me to calm down. I am still up and down and the tears flow here and there but it is less severe. Letting go of what the future holds and taking it one day at a time has helped me too.
Him WH LTA
Married 18 years
Separated March 2014
Posts: 103 | Registered: Jun 2014
Member # 40684
Posted: 8:30 AM, July 25th (Friday), 2014
It took almost 6 months from DDay 1 until I started being able to function almost normally.. Then DDay 2 happened. Its going to take a long, long time this time.
BS: Me (30)
WS: Husband (31)
Married 8 years, together 9
D-Day: Sept 10, 2013
D-Day2: May 31, 2014
Children: 5, ages 7, 5, 3, 1 and due in September
Leaning towards leaving, no one deserves this pain.
Posts: 205 | Registered: Sep 2013
Topic Posts: 4
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