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    Hey ClareBear, I am sorry to hear that. That does sound pretty finalised..He obviously didn't give you a chance to say anything. Sometimes I don't know why my boyfriend and I are together, we fight so much and we just go backwards instead of moving ahead. It takes it out of me. Anyway, if you need a chat or whatever send us a message. cheers Sam

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    when a door shuts a window opens...... me and my gf fight like cats and dogs...... but 99% of the time we are great....... i constantly reffer to our relationship as a deisel motor...... without regular servicing (get your mind outta the gutter sean) it will give you problems...but keep it maintained and it will outlast civilisation.......
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    Oh ClareBear I'm so sorry
    I wish I could give you some magic cure but sadly all I can say is it takes time. Day by day it will get easier. As I said too , if you want to cry , dont fight it , cry your heart out. For some reason it is such a cleansing thing.

    If you ever need someone to talk to or just someone to vent or cry on,feel free to pm or email me,night or day I dont mind

    Thanks Myf , same for you,if you get lonely I'm always here for a talk
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    Thanks everyone. It is so nice to know that there are people I can turn to even if we don't know eachother in person. It is very comforting. It also goes for everyone here that if you ever need someone to talk to about anything I am only a PM away. I love to help where I can and am a fairly okay listener.

    I'm off to take Gypsy down the beach to chase seagulls. Watching her frolick so free of cares is the best therapy I can think of
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    The forum really is great for that sort of stuff, it really is a whole other home away from home, full of friends and family, even if you only know them as 'aussiemyf7'!
    Clarebear I can't really add much to what everyone else has said. It sucks so bad, but everyday it will get that little bit easier. Some days will be worse then others, and just remember everyone experiences break ups and divorces, you are not alone! Isn't it always the way someone can offer advice to someone else, but when it comes to their own problems they need someone else to help them through. In my own thread about wanting help with missing someone, im giving my 2 cents to you! Haha.
    I agree crying will often make me feel a lot better(even if it is temporarily). To be honest, sometimes I just want to cry. Watching Christian the Lion on Youtube will often get the tears flowing.
    The boys are probably thinking 'jeez these emotional women are off their dial!'
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    I am stealing a quote from a male member on another forum.

    "Women get all worked up over nothing....then they marry him"

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I must be the odd girl out, I enjoy the time apart lol we both hate living in each others pockets and that is probably a good thing seeing as my OH has been in the Army for 25 years, and I spend a fair bit of time away myself these days and live between Vic and Qld. When the OH is on deployments there have been no personal mobiles as they get confiscated for good reason, so reliance on a phone call once every 1-2 weeks between patrols via land or sat phone at times is it for us, we have had Christmas on the phone a few times due to deployments and have had 4 wedding anniversaries spent together even though we have been married since '91. We have always had things that we look forward to doing when we are apart so I have never really missed the OH except for when he has been injured and you get the phone call or knock on the door even then I am fine when I hear his voice ..... lol maybe I am more boy then girl but I don't think I could actually live with someone 24/7 and not end up on an attempted murder charge :/
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    Women get all worked up over nothing....then they marry him
    On several quote sites - that's credited to Cher - of "turn back time" and "mermaids" fame. She would know better than I do. I managed to avoid it.

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