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I have faltered in my recovery as I have recently been compa

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I have faltered in my recovery as I have recently been comparing my life to my ex wife's. I am wondering if my ex wife's life really got worse and my life have been stagnant. I want my life to go up while at the same time her life goes in a downward spiral. I am not sure how to get out of this funk.

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[21975]
Feb 5

@johnyun20 I hate to tell you this. Taking care of your ex, that's God's job. Are you going to tell him what to do or take matters into your hands that should be left to him?? During this split from my husband, I have been crushed. In Divorce Care I was able to learn some things to help me. Also, I read Rose Sweet's "Healing the Heart Break of Divorce." This was written from a woman's perspective, but I don't know why it couldn't apply to both sexes. I also read a book written by a man for men on his courtship, the marriage and it's failure, and getting through it. I think men and women are guilty of the same mistakes, have the same hurts and emotional struggles when it comes to relationships. But I have learned to give my desires, fears, hurts, and anxieties up to God thru Jesus, and let him take care of things. I have strengthened my faith ten fold in knowing that if I ask, he will be there for me. You need to find a way to let go of this, so you and your fiancé can have a happy life together.

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[31750]
Feb 5

@mmadwaite I know that God’s job to take vengeance. Stated in Romans, my problem is I’m tired of waiting.

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[21975]
Feb 6

@johnyun20 Get her name off all your financial things. If someone treated me the way she has done you, my goal would be to run in the opposite direction physically and emotionally. Get yourself some help so you can let go of the hurt and bitterness and move on to a healthy life. If you don't what's going to blow up is your relationship with your fiancé. Posting here is a good start. Actually, I've read and heard that talk is the best therapy. Maaybe you just need to get all of that piped up anger out of you.

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