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Quote:Yes I believe I can fix it all, I recognize a lot of the problems and need to fix them regardless. CM, You are operating on your mindset, not hers. There isn't any fixing it all. The best you can do is work on yourself. Quote:That's the mo
WW texted me yesterday with a very interesting question: She texted me with the exact time of the appointment and I responded "Ok, thanks for the information. I will be there." She responded with "I know you will be there, but I want
Time for a new thread. Old one here: http://www.divorcebusting.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2729501&page=11 The more I think on things the more I'm coming to the realization that her ghost will always be part of me. The unfo
Yes I believe I can fix it all, I recognize a lot of the problems and need to fix them regardless. That's the most frustrating part for me is that the first I hear of a problem and its game over with no chance of working on it after 12 years of Ma
Originally Posted By: Jeep74And, second, why would you want to pay her for what was her choice? Not a good idea. To incentivize, and to take ownership in being partly to blame for her leaving. I don't understand how the court could use it against m
Agreed, but at the end of the day, where did that get me? Is it about "standing up for myself" and ego, or doing whatever it takes to make it work long term even if that means being dragged through the mud for the time being. Trust me, this
Originally Posted By: Jeep74Originally Posted By: KevinInOriginally Posted By: Jeep74Man, that is messed up. Yep. Sure is. And shes angry at me for some odd reason and trying to make me out to be the bad guy. So yes messed up. But arent all of us
I agree w/Jeep 100%. You need to take care of yourself and do something that will help you recharge. Also, please do not feel guilty or even apologize for not coming here. We understand that life in the real world needs to be taken care of first a
Originally Posted By: SAL27Quote: We booked into Marriage counseling and did one session where she just attacked me and then we left and have not been back since as she told me she was not interested and didn't get anything out of it. Did she tell y
Quote:My well has run dry. There are a million things going on in my life right now and I'm just tapped out. Sound like you need some recharge time. No need to put yourself out for things...take a vacation if you can. Do something just by yourself.
Gordie: Welcome to the broken husbands club. I got my BD back in September, so am only a few months ahead of you on this journey...and thank you for your service. BrknH: Before i left she started changing all of her passwords to include e-mail, p
so i even backtracked and asked her if she would go to the program tonight and her response was "absolutely not". About 14 hours ago she was all in for going and we were even go to ride together. Then after texting back and forth all mornin
Well things went south very quick. I told her that I would NOT go to the program (tonight at 6:30) under the pretenses that she is still seeing the OM. She shut down rather quickly and we are not not talking and certainly not going tonight. She spent
I added to the end of the message: Quote:I don't want you to see reconciliation as a waste of money that you have put into leaving me. If we reconciled, I'd be willing to pay you most of what you have spent on leaving me, if not perhaps all of what y
Originally Posted By: WshIKnwJeep, maybe you are right about switching to present tense on those "I loved/adored you"s. Going back, maybe find a way to include both? Now, that's just my advice - take it for what its worth.
Thanks Doodler, I thought I was seeing baby steps, and maybe I am. I guess I was lying to myself about not having expectations. I thought we had turned a corner. She called me this morning, she spent the night at her mom's house with her little