Live in the present or die in your past; it's your choice


In your tragedies you will find your most magnificent opportunities for rebirth. It is through our pain that we emerge. Change comes from confrontation. You have to confront yourself or be confronted. The timidness some people call “humility” is often just a fear of confronting painful inner-truths, but honest and painful self-dialogue is essential for … See More...

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Gretchen
I had an affair years ago. Recently went to lunch with this person. I was guarded. He was suffering from a breakup with a woman he had been living with for several years. She told him she needed to get her power back and he moved out. My problem is I cannot stop thinking about him and what was. I am married unhappilly but do not have the courage to leave after 52 years. I feel stuck and hate the fact that it is over between him and my husband. I need therapy and I will get it. Any suggestions other than forget the past and do niot worry about the future. Thanks. Gretchen. PS You Make so much sense and I am really trying to get myself together. Divorce sounds like Freedom But way to complicated fir me to handke at my age.

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