Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
however dysfunctional a relationship may have been, it is nonetheless a loss and we, humanbeings, do not like to loose things.
You need to mourn your loss. Do not be hard on yourself. It is perfectly normal, and as you say, there were good times, but you followed your gut feelings and new it was a healthier choice for you to walk out from this relationship. The physical abuse alone is good reason enough. You are a young woman with your entire life ahead of you. You deserve to be with someone who will love you the way you deserve to be loved.
This is not a breaking point in your life but a change of direction.
1)-accept what cannot be changed,
2)-focus on what's left and not what is lost
3)-refuse to be discouraged.
Love and gratitude
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