I am going through a divorce right now. We never talks for weeks or a month on end unless its what the lawyers tell me and I pass on to her. I am deployed right now in a combat zone and I have tried to stop thinking about her. But as the divorce process get closer to being done, she is getting served with the papers in a few days, I want more and more to get back with her. I want to be happy with her and hold her again. All the bad things I am rethinking now and I just want to be happy with her. I feel like the issues we had were not really that big and although I probably won't stop the process I know I want to give it another chance I still am in love with her. What can I do to push these feelings away?
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What Girls Said 1
Wow, being in a combat zone doesn't give you something else to think about? On the other hand, I can understand how turning towards pleasant memories can be comforting in your position. For some people, distance does make the heart grow fonder. I suggest that you stop focusing on the good memories and remember the reason/s why you're getting a divorce in the first place. You're still extremely young (if your age bracket is correct), you've got plenty of time to find someone better.0
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