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When he was home, his eyes were trained on his Black Berry. Gone was the man who held my hand during my terrifying emergency C-section, the dad who changed our baby’s very first diaper. Songs I’d never noticed on the radio suddenly had meaning for me. In those first few weeks of single motherhood, my family rallied around me. We agreed that he would take them for dinner two nights a week and for a sleepover every Saturday night.

I thought we were going through a slump, that it was normal.

But the days stretched into a confusing blur of weeks. His car was more expensive, so I’d be outside in the belly of winter scraping the ice off my windshield. Instead of coming home for dinner like he used to, now he missed the kids’ bath time every night. He wasn’t particularly interested in me, the kids or expanding our family like we had always planned. It is nearly impossible to describe the depth of pain you feel when you suffer a loss.

I knew that we had been struggling, but I was so caught up in daily family life that I hadn’t noticed just how bad it was. He was always needed at work dinners, at business meetings that lasted until the wee hours and on frequent trips. In one instant, I had lost my best childhood friend, the boy who took me to prom, the person who could articulate my thoughts better than I could. I’d beg God — if there even was a God — to make the pain stop.

My dream of teaching our kids to ride a two-wheeler outside our home together had just vanished, along with our plans to take our kids on an African safari when they were teenagers. And just so you know, one day I will write about this.” The next morning, I tore all his expensive suits off the wooden hangers in our closet and shoved them into crinkly black plastic garbage bags. “You’re a liar, a cheat, unfaithful dog / You threw away all our love and trust / It’s so hard to see just who you are! My brother Jarrad was constantly at my house, fixing whatever my kids had accidentally pulled off the wall that day. He rented a condo nearby and bought them beds and Cinderella sheets and toys so they would feel comfortable with the new arrangement. Who would love them like I do and want to live with us? I bought several pairs of high heels, flirty dresses, designer jeans and low-cut tops.

When I opened that white envelope, the private investigator’s report inside revealed that Phillip was seeing someone else. I ripped our wedding photos off the walls, took down family photos. ” I’d howl the words to “Amnesia” as I drove along. “I should’ve bought you flowers and held your hand / Should’ve gave you all my hours when I had the chance.” I’d torture myself wondering what it was like for my husband and his girlfriend. I didn’t know a thing about running a house on my own. I hoped people would think I was just sweating from my eyes. That first Saturday night I had to give up my kids, I’d shuffle past their empty rooms. I’d completely lost myself in my marriage, and now I didn’t know what to do with my free time. Should I have let Phillip come home when he had asked to try again? How would I even meet someone, and would they ever know me as well as Phillip did? I was completely out of my comfort zone, but I had lost so much weight — 25 pounds in three months — that I needed new clothes anyway. After all, it was now me and me alone who took my kids to doctor’s appointments and held them when they got their booster shots.

A source tells Us that the pair went on a double date with Evans' brother, Scott Evans, at Hollywood eatery Magnolia back in March.

Last month, the twosome also appeared on Anna Faris' "Unqualified" podcast in a joint interview.

These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.

What advice would you give me as far as first date suggestions? And if waiting is important to you, I assure you there are people out there who feel the same.

Should my courtship techniques be the same as when I was in my 20s? Question from Randi: What do you think about long-distance relationships? They take a lot of attention, by e-mail, by phone, sacrificing money because the cost can become difficult.

Question from Lois: What about trips that are only for singles?

He was going to stay at a hotel for a few days to think. Though I couldn’t see it at the time, they also marked a new beginning.