Ippo Panteloudakis, Helplines Manager of Mens Advice Line wrote this informative article...... "
I think I had an email exchange with them many years ago. Much water under the bridge since then.
It is survivable, people/
I find myself at my 2 year anniversary (almost to the day) of when my Wife moved out after announcing to me that she: “didn’t love me anymore”; “his car is far better than yours”; “we have 4 hour sex sessions in the hotel” amongst other things... I recall fondly the support this website gave me in understanding my new found situation, in preparing me for what was about to come and in giving guidance of how to carry on in the present. It was a real help.
The subsequent 2 years after her brutal and totally unexpected announcements has seen me behave in a fairly typical (I presume) way.
I've been having long conversations lately with recently separated men, both of whom have gone straight to the dating scene, fearing loneliness. (And also looking for sex.)
And some women feel the same.
I can imagine that if you are recently separated and all alone, you may be feeling sorry for yourself, especially in this freezing whether!
I'm a few years down the line now and - not to gloat, but to give hope - I've just had a lovely evening all by myself. The last of my children is off at uni now and I live alone for the first time in over 30 years. Admittedly, my boiler has not packed in, and
Has Wikivorce helped you?