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First wedding after divorce

AthameAflame posted 12/12/2020 20:42 PM

I attended my ex sis-in-lawís wedding today. (Donít preach, please; it was very small, outdoors, and a socially distanced/masked affair.)

I still consider the exís family my family. They love me too.

Anywho: anyone else trigger REAL hard after attending a wedding? I saw my ex walk down the aisle looking absolutely stunning! Jesus, it hurt. I had to pull out the old list of grievances to remind me of why I left her.

And then they took family pics that I wasnít a part of for the first time in almost two decades. Pardon the language, but shit! I didnít think I could feel this way anymore.

Sanibelredfish posted 12/12/2020 21:38 PM

Hi Athame, I think I remember you. Sweden, right? Your ex-W may be physically attractive, but that will never change the fact that she has a lump of dog shit where her soul should be. Never forget that. Never.

ETA: Sorry, wrong back story, but the theme of my reply is still (unfortunately) correct overall.

[This message edited by Sanibelredfish at 9:42 PM, December 12th (Saturday)]

BearlyBreathing posted 12/12/2020 22:54 PM

Ugh. Yeah, but you can put lipstick on a pig. Still a pig.

Youíre a good guy to go to the wedding despite her being there.

AthameAflame posted 12/13/2020 14:59 PM

I knew I wouldnít forgive myself if I missed the wedding. Sheís my kid sister still. We talk almost every week. I wasnít prepped for this triggering, though. I didnít think I could trigger this big anymore.

But, this train donít stop. All will be well.

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