Remember what you think and what you feel can sometimes be at odds, but it’s perfectly normal to feel some jealousy and even look for things to criticize in your ex’s new partner.
And, if you've not moved on to a new relationship of your own, your jealousy may stem from the mere fact that they have.
So, keep in mind how unique you are and that you will also have someone new to share your life with one day. Letting go is a process, and it may take you some time and effort to get there. Why not start not worrying about that now, instead of later?
No matter how much conflict you lived through during the divorce process, if you search your heart, you really don’t want your ex to not move forward. Seeing your ex-spouse with someone else can be a shocking experience, but ultimately you will come to accept it, just as your ex will have to adjust to seeing new people in your life.
The relationship that you had with your ex will never be reproduced with anyone else.
Each relationship between two people is different, and what you had together during your marriage will never be reproduced with someone else.
I had just finished telling him how I had always felt his pain and used that as an excuse for his behavior (“oh, he suffered so much, I’ll let that go, I won’t challenge him, he’s had enough”).
Dear Lord, It has been a month since he walked out the door, and I continue to pray to you for reconciliation, and for the miracle of a second chance.It does not mean you are still in love but rather you are witnessing the evidence that your spouse now has someone else in the place you used to fill.Though you may not understand the feelings you are having, they are a natural part of moving on after a divorce.Almighty God, restore his faith in us, in unconditional love and in the power of marriage.Lord, soften his stubborness and his pride, surround him with those who offer loving advice and dear Lord, reunite us.