Our expert says:
Aren't yopu being rather insecure about your "fantastic relationship" ? Clearly he didn't have such a fantastic relationship with her, or he would still be with her. But there's really no reason to expect, let alone demand, that every divorce or romantic breakup must end in bitterness and undying hatred.
I know many couples who remained good friends after a breakup, with no damage whatever done to their central relationship with their chosen partner.
Why can't they break up romantically, and still be friends ? Why shouldn't that be possible ?
Maybe some sessions of mariage counselling could help you gain confidence and enjoy the excellent relationship you have, without feeling undul threatened ?
Confrontation is wickedly fashionable at present but only very very rarely useful
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