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Best Answer dashingscorpio says
Thanks for sharing dashing. I agree, we are all responsible for our own happiness.
Sakhi Deshmukh says
Wow, lucky you! I sometimes think that having more than one relationship is what helps us figure out what we really don't want in a relationship; however, if you have found something that lasts than that's awesome!
Wow. That is sad, for him. I'm glad you took the initiative to find happiness elsewhere though.
I'm so glad you found out! Could you imagine if you had not found out? I imagine you would be very unhappy right now.
Oh goodness yes. I'd have been miserable and since I'm not one to really believe in divorce and all, I'd have doomed myself!
Yep, I know a few people who will not get divorced, and I can tell you firsthand that they are miserable.
That is very sad...
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Nikhil Chandra says
That's a good way to look at it, but the relationship still ends for a reason before you begin your new life ;)
Joseph Barrett says
So she was living in her ego?
I do as well. I have seen two people madly in love get destroyed by distance. He had to go away and work for 8 months on the other side of the world, and they couldn't do it. I've seen people who have succeeded, but I wouldn't be able to do it..
vijaya kumar says
I think that's common too. A lot of people don't know why their last relationship ended because communication was not that good to begin with.
Seriously? Holy crap...that's crazy. So is she still on HubPages?
Yea, I think so, but I guess we have both gone on with our lives and so has he. Funny how you can look back at some things and smile even though it might have a bit of sadness attached to it. And I am with you, I can't deal with liars either!
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