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Celebrating my 4th year Divorce Anniversary

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Re: Celebrating my 4th year Divorce Anniversary

Postby Sumubaridi » Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:35 am

Sounds like you miss her. Revisiting all the places and things you shared. Maybe you should try getting her back; if she has not moved on with someone else.
I don't think I miss her. But that is my Anniversary for my old life. She didn't go to those places alone. I was with her. Its like Childhood memories.

And Yes, She moved on. She has husband and babies. That is why I am angry because she told me she will be with me forever. She shouldn't have said that if she wasn't sure she will do that. That is how Somali girls do to guys who are super nice and take their words as it comes to them :lol: :lol:
She's married with kids? Huuno move on, you are simply torturing yourself. I think you are the first person to ever have a breakup anniversary.

Good luck with the next one; hopefully she will treat u better and reciprocate your efforts.
Its not breakup. We were not dating. we were married. So I would call it divorce anniversary not just mere breakup like boyfriend/girlfriend.


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