Separated wife is dating
But, for her to stop all communication, and her family doesn’t even communicate with you leads me to believe that perhaps something went very wrong, and this has been a very bad separation, which has now led to divorce.
There are a lot of unanswered questions, and I’m sure you are working these out in therapy and with your support group.
Also, talk with your therapist, or see if you need additional counseling.
Your letter clearly demonstrates anger issues, control issues, and that you’re in denial.
I’m sure you can talk with your pastor, or someone in the church who can help you to deal with the spiritual self, and to help you manage some of the feelings you’re experiencing.
At least you have a place to vent and share your experiences of what’s going on, and how you are feeling.
Yet, I’m concerned because although you in therapy and in a support group you are still exhibiting behaviors of someone who wants attention and control. You’re hurting, angry, upset, and confused by all of this.
It doesn’t appear that nothing will ever be good enough to help you, the victim, in all of this.
So, hopefully you will remain in therapy, stop harassing your wife as it this seems to be a very messy and finger-pointing divorce, and take the time to focus on healing, and addressing your issues. Also, e-mail all your questions Terrance Dean: [email protected] Terrance Dean on Twitter: Make sure to order my books Mogul: A Novel (Atria Books – June 2011; ); Hiding In Hip Hop (Atria Books – June 2008); and Straight From Your Gay Best Friend – The Straight Up Truth About Relationships, Love, And Having A Fabulous Life (Agate/Bolden Books – November 2010; ).