The Repeating Lesson
What is the lesson?
What do you need to learn to stop the cycle?
1. Sexual interests evolve as we age.
2. Your self-worth isn't dependent on a man.
3. You enjoy sex for the sake of sex.
4. You have more energy to devote to sex.
5. You know how to have great sex.
Hello everyone. I’m one of those sorry SOBs that cheated on his wife of 20+yrs and two kids, with her “best friend”, married the best friend the day after my divorce was final and have regretted it every single second of my life ever since. Yep, you get what you deserve in this life. I’d give anything to go back in time, knowing what I know now, and love my 1st wife like she’s never been loved, honored, appreciated, respected, or admired in her life. But, I can’t. I’ve screwed up beyond words. I had the best life anyone could have asked for. But, I was bored with it all. People kept telling me how blessed I was, but I couldn’t see it. I was blinded by selfishness. So, I threw it all away for someone that I thought was my “soul mate”. Oh, how I was wrong. So wrong. 5 years later, I still can’t ignore the overwhelming guilt and shame of what I did. Only for a couple of minutes a day does the memory of my 1st wife, kids, and family leave my mind. She was my soul mate and truly my true love. But I threw her away. I can’t put into words how I’ve broken my own heart, but I know it pales in comparison to how I broke my soul mate’s heart. I’m so sorry sweetness. If you ever read this, I’m so sorry.
1) make it more difficult to heal from the divorce;2) divert energy from new experiences and pursuits;3) perpetuate a fantasy – no matter how latent – that your former relationship still exists; and4) remind you of the mistakes or missteps that led to the divorce in the first place.