By Courtney J
September 12, 2017 6:42pm CST
One of my friends on facebook, that I met online through my ex back in MySpace days, posted today that she was living in PR. Which was news to me, as I knew she lived in FL. So I commented "what?!" And just an hour ago she messaged me, saying yes she moved because her husband left her. This girl, is one of the sweetest human beings this world has, and she's not even 0.00000001% ugly. So this definitely sucked to hear. And I figured she was sad and stuff.. But she's not . She said it happened almost 10 weeks ago, and she's now finally found peace and hope. That makes me happy to hear, but I know if it was me, I would need 10 months or more, not 10weeks to be okay with my husband leaving me. As a husband isn't just a guy you're dating and what not. It's a HUSBAND. But I so know everyones different. Plus some act like they're over stuff but really aren't.. I just hope she's truly happy right now, and if not, I hope she finds it someday soon.
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• Kiryat Ata, Israel
My dad's sister's daughter is also sweet, she has a second degree in chemistry and biology, she studied education for kids and she teaches chemistry at school. Her husband left her too. She grows their 2 children alone. We brought her our car so she can drive but, alas, the car got broke, some old pipe got broken and the water dripped out and the motor got hot. She got her home robbed twice by thieves when no one was at home. That's just not fair. Now she has a small barking dog, a mini pinscher. If I was a millionair, I would give her some millions so she can buy some peace. I hope you all out there are saved from the huricanes like Irma and her friends... If FL means Florida, I am not jealuse with your friend who moved to Florida
• Jacksonville, Florida
If he treated her badly then maybe she really is at peace now. If I was being treated badly or controlled constantly I would be sad yes but at the same time it would be relieving too. I hope your friend is truly happy and at peace.
• United States
I really admire people who are able to move on and not dwell on the past. I remember when my daughter was younger teenager, she was reading a book called he's just not that into you before the movie came out. I don't know why I like many people tend to try to figure out What happened, why they left, why I wasn't good enough, why they didn't want me, why I wasn't worth fighting for! But the truth is why dwell in the negative.
• Onaway, Michigan
So sorry to hear this hope she finds happiness again with someone else. She sounds like from what you are saying she is relieved was she not happy before he left? It took me a while after my ex left me to feel at peace about it and get back out there. If it was not for my boyfriend and having mylot I would not have made it through the hardest of my divorce.