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So Dr. Michael...I have to tell you (you already know) you are RIGHT ON with your comments. I know everyting you have said to be true. I guess sometimes you need to hear it from an outside source. The only questions I have now are this....
How do I move on? I know I'm in the early stages of it, but what things can I do to clear him out of my mind? I'm tired of waking up every morning, thinking about the rejection I feel and how angry I am, going through a dialogue in my head each morning as I get ready for work of things I want to say to him if I had the chance to talk one more time. This has consumed me. I no longer want it to. How do I get this poison out of my system? I've thought about calling him and asking him to talk to me. But seriously what good would it do at this point? I've already told him how I feel. Wast of time, right? Its kind of like I feel I need to "hear" it from him that he wants nothing more to do with me. His "girlfriend" or his wife texting or telling me isn't good enough. I know if he really wanted to talk to me he could reach me. He knows how. So, I need to just let go and stay with that idea, right? If he WANTED to talk to me, he could. Since he has not tried to I should keep that at the forefront of my thoughts and pretend he is dead. Agree?
I should NOT contact him. Right?
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