Our expert says:
This musty have been a very hurtful experience for you. People who actually know you, will know whether whatever he said was accurate or lies. Only people who are committed friends of his, and hardly know you, may wonder whether he was right. And I hope most people have the sense to realize that during a divorce, harsh and untrue things get said about people.
Work with your psychiatrist to move on. And remember the best way to prove him wrong, to anyone who might be paying attention ( and there'll be far fewer of those than you think ) is by living well, happilly and constructively. Never forget that you are valuable and important, and that your husband has nothing to do with that --- your worth isn't a gift from him, it's something you are born with.
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