Perhaps there is light at the end of the tunnel. Or maybe life is never the same after limerence. Read how others have coped with limerence in the longer term. Please feel free to post your own accounts of journeying through limerence.
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That was very moving, Endgame. Kudos to you for staying true to yourself and your situation. Much thanks for coming back and relaying this story to the forum....there is hope in your own tale that gives hope to others I'm sure. Strength, clarity, and vision to you from here on out....
"Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain...."~ The Wizard of Oz
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Beautiful post endgame. there are no winners with limerence, just opportunities for profound changes. Thanks for sharing your insights. Marriage takes hard and consistent work. Your post illustrates that well. Sending love to you and your SO and family.
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." - C.G. Jung
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You can't imagine how happy it makes me to read this update. It's full of hardwon truth and real hope based on a clearer mindset than when we were both in the throes of limerence. Congratulations.
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