Hi Mark! It really helped me! I've been depressed for years after my relationship for almost eight years. I haven't been in a relationship since we departed in 2009. Sad thing is, I want him back! He didn't want to get married and I gave my life to Christ! But, NO regrets! I just miss him so much! We keep in contact sometime to see how each other is doing! My story is above or in reply to her story!View Thread
I'm in the same kind of situation. I was in this relationship for almost eight years, but he didn't was commit and get married, he said i never want to get married. We discussed getting married in the pass! But never proceeded farther. So, I ended the relationship. We keep in touch on the phone and text every once in awhile. I just want to hear his voice sometimes. He been in a relationship with someone for almost four years. He calls me when he's feeling down/low. We still tell each other we miss and love one another. Right now we on the phone and it's been almost four hours in conversation. He's talking to my 20yr old son because he wanted to say hi to him.View Thread
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