I hated him.
The rage I felt for him when we divorced was unbearable. It kept me awake at night and on edge during the day. I was angry and hurt and I wanted revenge! Obsessing over making him feel the same pain, angst and discomfort, I found myself dreaming of ways to get even… to make him pay for what he did to me.
I couldn’t reconcile how someone who made me so miserable could take up this much space in my head.
I tried to get past him. My therapist suggested my unrelenting hatred was possibly a lasting love. She insinuated that if I truly hated him then I would feel apathy instead of fury. The craze meant I cared – on a deeper level she suggested I still wanted to be with him.
I scoffed at her analysis, thinking she clearly had misdiagnosed. How could I love and care for a man who ruined my self-esteem, treated me second rate – a man who cheated on and made me feel inferior on so many levels? This same man – who did not take care of me in our marriage – did not take care of me in our divorce. He provided his legal entitlements but did not extend concern beyond his monetary obligations. And for this I hated him! I was sure of it!
I wanted to show him I didn’t care anymore – that I had moved on.
I dated up a storm – I went online and really put my name out there.
But the dates wore on me. I didn’t connect with any of them. I felt empty inside and still raged on about my ex.
The night the papers came — he called.
He wanted to meet for a drink, saying he felt strange signing the papers alone. I conceded to meet him. The plan was to sign together over a cocktail. And I had other plans of making him feel as badly as I did.
But out night took another turn.
We talked of the past and the memories flooded through me.
His touch felt remarkable and I couldn’t deny our connection.
The rage turned to lust.
And the night spun magic!
That was three months ago and now I find myself still in this pattern. Swearing I wont sleep with him again. Convincing myself I do not still love him. Remembering the hatred I had begun to embody.
The emotions still linger on.
And I feel lost in this madness
How can we divorce?
How can that be the route for us when the sex is so passionate?
So my struggle has shifted from that of rage to limbo… and I question almost everything.
And the papers remain unsigned.
If nothing else has changed as in how he treats you then you should just divorce him. I’ve been in this situation and found the only thing that was good was the sex
Good sex does not a relationship make. You’re simply prolonging the agony. Go ahead and sleep with your ex if you want (I did it for 2 years), but I can guarantee you the outcome will be the same.
Change position and location change your style your clothing and you will stop loving him there is someone special out there
Fatima hussain and shabbir
I have the same problem but I do not sleep with him I refuse so I change position location and am a happy woman with my new husband go to badoo. Com there is were I fund the love of my life
Hmm. As a man, I knew that I left my ex because we had certain issues and I knew I could find feelings anywhere I decided to invest them. It hurt but meh. Let’s play the game and gut this relationship. I didn’t cheat because I was passionate about a clean divorce and I never would give the devil a foothold. I remained focused. After I achieved my goal, I had thoughts and feelings. It is only natural and then I brushed them off because I decided to indulge in those feelings with someone else. So cheers.
Women are charming and sweet. Once they make a connection.. They try to lock on. Have a little discipline and prudence before going head over heels. It is instinctual. Why do women do this? The body looks for a suitable counterpart for long-term parenting, support, comfort, etc. Don’t ignore those feelings. Don’t indulge them and stay where you’re at. I simply found them somewhere else 😉
I think that u should just move on with Yr life and start over