I was aware of this. In the CDC's rape statistics they don't count men who are forced to penetrate. Resulting in the bizarre statistic "4.8% of men reported they were made to penetrate someone else at some time in their lives" yet only 1.7% report that they were raped. What a strange system where being forced to have sex does not constitute rape.
There may be an inevitable -reappearance- of her a few months down the line when she realizes what she had/lost. Certainly happened in my case, 3 times. First two times I told them -I told you if you left your life was going to spiral negatively, you got exactly what you wanted- third time was my long term girlfriend (now wife), who left for the same reasons (I'm pretty sure I told you all about her and the situation at one point). I forgave her and we've been married ever since.
I can say, that all 3 times I felt pretty horrid and the splits did NOT go well or amicably, for that I envy your situation (weird to say I know). I will say that everytime I moved on, it was definitely an -upgrade- in partner.
"Hey, Dad, know what I figured out? The meaning of words isn’t a fixed thing! Any word can mean anything! By giving words new meanings, ordinary English can become an exclusionary code! Two generations can be divided by the same language!
"To that end, I’ll be inventing new definitions for common words, so we’ll be unable to communicate. Don’t you think that’s totally spam? It’s lubricated! Well, I’m phasing"
Hey, we're the country who made a mistake and named:
Elk. When we found out we were wrong and it's actually a different species we decided instead of fixing it we said screw it and came up with the word moose for what everyone else calls elk, and kept calling this animal elk.
We can do whatever the hell we want with our words!
Think of the recursive loop, man! If literally -literally- means "not literally," then in interpreting its definition, we must conclude that literally means "Not not literally" which itself means "Not not not literally" and so on.