lonely

Definition of lonely: both of you lying crying on the outside edges of the bed, pretending the other one isn’t there.

 

I know, it’s all my own fault, but it doesn’t make it any fucking easier.  It’s past fixing.  I just want to get out of here.  Now.  For good.

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15 responses to “lonely

  1. Been there. I feel for you more than I can say at the moment.

    And it isn’t all your own fault, of that I am sure.

    Here and listening.

  2. Neil

    It pains me to hear this. I am incredibly sad and sorry for your husband, you and your children. You are all in our prayers. X x x

  3. *Hugs*. Desperately awful for you all.

  4. I can try to imagine how hard this is for all of you Nicola, having taken difficult decisions myself in the past, but am sure I don’t even know the half of it. It seems you know you can’t go back so the only way is forward, however challenging. You will get there, and there will be much happiness for all of you in the future. Hope you can hold on to that through the dark times.

  5. Nell

    Just love and hugs. xxx

  6. Love and hugs. IT is a horrid place, a horrid time, but you are slowly moving forward to a better place. Holding you all in my thoughts.

  7. Gnome

    Lots of love and hugs.

  8. Kathryn

    Love to all of you xxx

  9. Heather

    Thinking of all of you. Many hugs.

  10. Liz

    It is not all your own fault *hugs*

  11. dawn

    There is nothing so lonely as being in a double bed with the person who used to be the right person but isn’t any more.

    Many many hugs and much love

  12. Jane

    *hugs*

    It takes two to lie on opposite sides of the bed. Not one. So it’s not all you.

  13. It isn’t all your own fault. *sends hugs and gin* xx

  14. There’s reasons (not necessarily “fault”) on both sides, but that doesn’t make it any easier either. Relationships are a two-way street.

    *hugs*

  15. Sally

    What they said, and thinking of you.

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