a reply to: bananashooter
good luck my friend. i can definitely relate.
years back my then wife sat me down and said she filed for dissolution and she wants me out.
within an hour or so i was back at my parents house. i lose my wife. my dog. my house. 90% of my things.
i fell into a serious depression. had all the feelings you had. i wanted to die. i mean literally wanted to die. i used to think about driving my car
into trees. all kinds of # like that.
i though i would never meet someone that would love me let alone like me. i figured i would be alone forever and began to accept it. i told myself i
would never marry again.
about 2 years into that thought process my brother told me about a girl he worked with. he said he told her about me.
even though we lived in the same town we talked online for about 4 months before we met in person.
when she finally did come over i was so nervous. we were hanging out in my room and i wouldnt even sit next to her on the bed. i was piss scared.
we spent every day together for about 2 months doing nothing but talking and listening to music. talked about every thing you could possibly imagine.
we became best friends before anything romantic happened.
we have been married for almost 5 years and i can not imagine life without her. she is truly my best friend and she saved my life.
i didnt care if i lived or died before i met her. now it is polar opposite of that.
i can not even imagine having to walk the earth without her by my side.
i feel like she is the only person that truly understand me. i am a pretty weird guy. my thought processes can seem pretty warped to most but she gets
with her i also finally got to experience true love. real love.
i loved the woman i was married to before but this is totally different. what i feel with/towards her does not even compare to what i felt before.
thing is, before we met i didnt know something like that existed.
her and i can have entire conversations without saying a word to each other. a simple look from one of us to the other is more than enough to get an
entire conversation through.
i think it was great that we got to know each other before we got romantic. some days we would spend 6 or 8 hours just talking. we knew everything
about each other.
best friends first. romantic partners after.
sorry for the ramble. just wanted to say good luck and wish you the best.
sometimes things do happen for a reason.