I think we both know it’s over. After 37 years together, I’m leaving you.
This shouldn’t come as a complete surprise. You must have noticed that I’ve been avoiding you and, on those rare times when we are together, you must have detected the look of disgust and contempt in my eyes. Our current relationship is exhausting me, disturbing my sleep, filling my thoughts with fear and hate. I want to love you, yet like an addict, I have kept coming back for more.
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This article was originally published in Northern Express on July 8, 2017.
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