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Thread: Is it time to move on?

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    You won't gain anything but more upset seeing her again, and the way you've described it, it sounds like she's just wanting to shove it in your face one last time that you've lost her.
    Don't fall for it.

    Thank her for the offer, but let her know it's not a good idea after all.

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    Thank you for your words of wisdom, absolutely right not to see her. I've replied and apologised for telling her a few home truths in the past, accepted my part in the failure of this relationship (unlike her) and wished her all the best. I expect a vile reply but I won't rise to it. Chapter closed, time to move on as hard as it is.

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    ... And you know what? It's totally her loss. I'm as kind as they come, I've said a few hurtful things when pushed to my absolute limit but I learnt to deal with that and walk away. I tick every single box for her, I do think she has serious trust and jealousy issues which I would of helped her overcome.

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    It's not your job to fix her. Block and delete her.
    Originally Posted by Loneranger77
    I do think she has serious trust and jealousy issues which I would of helped her overcome.

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    Originally Posted by Wiseman2
    It's not your job to fix her. Block and delete her.
    True, she blames me for it though.

    The response was vile, didn't accept any responsibility or offer any sort of apology for her behaviour. Blocked, deleted, gone.

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    A bad and sad outcome for two individuals who need to do more individual work on themselves. You're not even divorced yet and she is.

    There's no way you would have been able to help her with trust and jealousy issues. End your marriage properly and then think of dating again much later down the line.

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