How long on average does it take for the extreme pain to go away? How did you get through it if this happened to you? Is uncontrollable crying and feeling like you want to die normal? If it's someone you love and have been with for 12 years, almost spending everyday together, very close relationship.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:37 AM on Jan. 19, 2013 in Relationships
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I agree with the keep busy advise. I was in the middle of getting my masters degree when my SO of 20 years left me for his pregnant 24 year old secretary. Between raising my 2 kids, who were 6 and 12 at the time, working, school, my mothers lung cancer, and my cancer, I didn't have time to think about it during the day. I cried myself to sleep eveynight for almost a year. But I do think I would have fallen into a deep depression if I wasn't so busy. I literally had more important things to take care of, and couldn't allow myself to get depressed. Almost exactly one year from the day he walked out, life started getting better. I got my masters, My mom was cancer free, I was cancer free, and I realised I was a very strong woman, and I was better off with that jack ass out of my life.
Answer by musicmaker at 5:07 PM on Jan. 19, 2013
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