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BTW, this topic has more than likely been posted on here before but I just can't find it. People getting the wrong idea about where the relationship is heading, confusion, etc. But, if you're trying to reconcile, it makes a lot of sense. Well, it would be nice to talk about it, but that's not the path I took.Please feel free to chime in with your opinion 'cause I sure as h*ll don't know what lays ahead for me. I left to live my life now, not to continue to answer to her and feel guilty about anything.But I figured I'd spend quite a bit more time re-discovering myself after separating, and I'm really not doing that right now... The reason I posted this on here is because I am trying to get a sense of the term "separation" and all the challanges that go with it vs. All the sadness I had from that event has left me with no more tears left. And to be honest, a decent person doesn't seem to want to date a married person....matter what the circumstances are. And it is now biting him in the butt on divorce proceedings.
I am just curious; I don't have opinion either way so I would welcome some free advice. Unless you're hoping to reconcile, the only thing I see coming out of this is bad things.
I am spent; I am ready for some peace in my life - I am grieving two years in a row now. At least wait six months and see where you are emotionally. BL, I think it's a great idea to take your me time! As I said, I was expecting to do that, but sometimes life takes funny turns...
827's comment on checking with a lawyer is a good one... But when is the acceptable time, if she was to hear through the grapevine? 827, were you saying that you can't find someone decent to date just because you're separated but not married?
And because of my separated status, hanging out with them and doing couple's things just isn't as much of an option.
So I needed to expand my social horizons, and I figured I might as well do it with someone who smells nice and looks good in Lu Lu Lemon yoga pants, you know?
And she commented on how miserable I was in that time, and how now I've got my smile back, the sparkle in my eye, etc. Part of that is getting out of a bad marriage, and part of it is the way my partner/lover/whatever makes me feel. We're both trying to be realistic about our situations. I thought the reason for separation was to see if there a chance to reconcile, otherwise, why do it, why not just divorce straight away?