One of the inevitable consequences of a Marriage or Relationship break-up is the fact that one or other of the couple will move on. This can be the cause of much bitterness as the other person realizes that the relationship is well and truly past the point of being repairable.
If you are the one doing the moving on this can be a fun, exciting and nervous time for you as you experience a multitude of emotions, often also mixed in with guilt and foreboding as you wonder if you are doing the right thing, and of course how your ex partner will react.
If on the other hand it is your ex partner that is the one doing the moving, this can either help you get over them once and for all, or it can turn into an ugly feeling of bitterness and hatred as you try to understand what is going on in your life.
You need to learn from your past experiences, but never regret them and then put them to rest once and for all. Think about what can happen ahead in your life and how great your future can be as it truly is in your hands the way future events will unfold.
Having been on both sides of the equation I know from experience that doing the moving is much easier than thinking or experiencing someone else moving on and if this is becoming a big issue for you probably counselling can help you talk about and rationilize what is going on. You don’t want to spend the rest of your life being bitter and twisted, life is too short so get on and live it with someone you truly love!