(Closed) Feeling literally sick

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

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jkat84:  Because you’re not over them?

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

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jkat84:  Wait….you posted 3 months ago about your FH. Is this ex the same person or another ex?

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

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jkat84:  Not judging, but… why? 

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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2017

10 years with someone is a long time. I’m sure during that time you imagined a future with him, so  it is no surprise that this news is hitting you hard.  I do think this is a sign that you are not completely at peace with what took place between the two of you in the past.  If you were at peace this wouldn’t be effecting you as it is.

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2016 - Cambridge Mill

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jkat84:  You will always hold a place in your heart for an ex, even if you are happily with someone else. At least that’s my personal opinion. It’s not always the easiest to see someone that you had a bad experience with happy with someone else. Makes you think even, maybe it was me? Or did he change for the better for her but not me? It may just be more about your own self-esteem then anything else given how long it has been.

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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

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jkat84:  I’ve often wondered how different people measure success. Career, family, house… Anyway, maybe he’s miserable in his relationship or his wife is. Ya never know. Ergo, NOT successful. I bet it’s just kinda weird to hear the news and it’ll pass. Hopefully??

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

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jkat84:  oh ok if he’s an ex from years ago I have no clue why you’re sick about it. If it was months ago, that’s another story. {Hugs}

Post # 12
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Worker bee

People move on, life goes on, sorry Bee but you should also.  

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2017 - Not sure

You know, being that I’m a late to wed bride for the first time, being that I’m 36, I have seen many exs that have married and have kids. All of my friends are all married, most with children. It’s a lot to take in. Being married doesn’t define you or mean that you’re any more successful than anyone else. Everyone has a different path to follow in this life. I mean look at nuns and priests who vow to celibacy, are they unsuccessful because they aren’t married with children? Nah. Hell, I wish I was married earlier in life, but it just didn’t happen for me as planned. But I feel better knowing that every single mistake I’ve made in life, every door that’s closed for me, all my heartbreaks, all the times I had to pick up and move, it’s all lead me to a path leading to my Fiance now. I’m satisfied realizing this. It may have not happened with your ex, but you know what, you’ll know that he wasn’t “the one” for you. It’s that simple. 😉

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Buzzing bee

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jkat84:  I can understand having pangs of envy/hurt/whatever when hearing that an ex is really happy with their new family – especially if it was a tough breakup. Sorry you’re feeling this way. The feeling will pass. Remember, he’s an ex for a reason!

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