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    It's really tough. One day at a time, even one minute at a time if need be.
    My sons were the reason I really knew I had to get out, they were scared of their dad.

    You are doing the right thing. Just remind yourself of the facts of the matter, and let the emotions happen, they are a process which needs to be gone through... unfortunately...

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    Thanks guys.

    I have never been through a breakup before, so I don't know how these things work, but I did expect it to hurt.

    He rang again, to ask if it was definitely over. I said "yes, at least for now"- I could practically hear his heart breaking. I'm taking DD to McDonalds to meet him before he starts work, but I don't want to see him sad, it's likely to upset me to the point I tell him to come home. I'm going to be strong

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    If you start feeling yourself giving in remind yourself why your doing it... It's going to take time to start feeling normal

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    Stay strong for yourself & DD. Remember what she said to you when you said daddy was staying at her uncles. He may be sad but your happiness is more important. It's hard in the beginning but it will get easier.
    Hugs!!

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    Before you run for the hills or go back to him, make sure that you take a few weeks for everything to settle down and for all feelinsg to start to level out. That way you can then look at the situation and decide if you do want to be with him again or whether its for the better off.

    In my experience, a futile relationship is not likely to improve. It might after a wake up call for a short time, but in the long term everyone goes back to their old ways again.

    Time is the key here, and in time all the right answers will be revealed for you. For now take time to focus on you.

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    be strong! You should wait for a good period of time before you reevaluate your relationship! You need time. Be kind to yourself. You should not have to sacrifice your happiness.

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    We are all here for you if you need to talk/vent. Take care ok??

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    Massive hugs it's not an easy decision to make, or follow through with. I agree with blissedout, make a time frame and reassess. xx

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    I could have written your post word for word. I truly understand how you feel. I am first time single since 18 and I'm now 25. Just wanted to offer hugs and support xoxox

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    Just remember it takes 3 months to get used to a new situation or change, the familiar always feels like the easier option.

    Take care of yourself

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