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Originally Posted By: edzOriginally Posted By: jim0987Cats make good soubding boards - Sometimes 'meow' is all the response what I've said dignifies. Same here but in my case I believe it means, "that's nice dear, now what about my dinner!&qu
Yea man, that is tough. You are in for a fight. I do not know if I could be that strong (although I may be in a similar situation). I have posted my situation and you can read if you wish, however three months ago I took the kids to fireworks whil
Hi Matt. Make some calls. There are agencies and even churches out there that will help pay your utility bills. Some will even help with groceries. Try the Salvation Army. If they can't help, they should be able to point you in the right direction
There's something really wrong with my detachment today. My heart hurts. We've had to communicate so much about the kids the last few days and I just want to not have this problem. On the other hand, I read 25's post to greymeadow, about people in h
Past few days I've noticed that I wake up actively thinking about my M and sometimes it doesn't bother me too much but this morning was hard, I couldn't get it out of my head even though I was trying to force it. Eventually I just had to physically
Originally Posted By: rppflGood luck, stumps! Thank you, so much. It's funny... I have less doubt about my own ability to move past this and "fix" what I contributed to the mess of our "old marriage" than I do about my W's... Sh
Jefe You are doing well ... your focus is on what you need to do, you are being the responsible rock that your 2 girls need .. thats all you can do. I think you handled the TM very well ... atleast your W did apologize after the fact. I know my W
Happily you dont have to make a decision right away. From everything you've said, I have a hard time envisioning your D living primarily with her Dad either. Its something for both you and D to think long and hard about.
I'm not sure. I guess this is a question for a lawyer. My D14 begs to go back to my home state (where we moved from 4.5 years ago). I think she would want to go, but it would be hard, and I don't want to take her away from her dad and receive her bla
Despite 10 years of infidelity and what amounts to almost one illicit partner for each of those years, I have decided for the time being to stick things out. W says she has been humbled and believes I am the strongest man in the world, and that she n
Originally Posted By: JefeOriginally Posted By: ShodanShe is still way deep in the fog of alien land. Continue to focus on you but listen to her when she spews. The advice that was given to me was to really listen to the stuff that hurt the most. Thi
Zeus, I think DB would say don't initiate anything -- let wife do all the work. That being said, if you feel that the situation is untenable and you have to look out for yourself, then do so. It also might jolt her into realizing the reality of the s
Thanks raliced. I'm really torn. I may have to be in a situation where one of us gets summers and holidays, and I have to recognize that this person could end up being me if I choose to move. It's not what's best for D14, but having an unemployed mot
Tarheel, don't get sucked into her vortex. She may have been saying nice things to you and buttering you up with the dinner offer as a way of getting what she wants out of the dissolution. Don't believe anything they say. Remember that. Stay strong i
GALbaby & Nero --- totally terrified but I tell myself to "fake it until I make it" plaster on that smile and keep taking it one step at a time. I hung up a large picture over the fireplace. I had never done that before by myself. I am
I know everyone at Gunns very well. Please keep in mind not all Servpro's are created equally since they are each individually owned. I did a 12 year tour with Servpro so I might very possibly know exactly who you are referring to.
Hi guys and gals, I find support here reading your posts. Here is my situation: Our history M-18yrs, together 21, Me 41, Her 43, 3 great kids 15, 14, and 10. I have read DR, she does not search out information or help other than one of her close fri
Hang in there Card, Dealing with a spouse who has a serious illness (which this sounds like) is bound to be pretty tough. Take comfort in the "Believe none of what they say"- since your W is depressed I believe it is doubly true for you r
Quote:She is still way deep in the fog of alien land. Continue to focus on you but listen to her when she spews. The advice that was given to me was to really listen to the stuff that hurt the most. This feedback is probably dead on and something on
If you want him back, or if you at least want to keep that option open for now while you decide, then think in terms of what moves the ball in the right direction. Option 1 is a little cold. It may come to that in the end, but I think you should he
Jefe - you don't work at Gunn's Restoration or Serv-Pro do you? I had a house fire 7 years ago, and buddy, I've got some stories about what not to do in that sitch. Take care everyone! Detach! Choose to enjoy something, even if it's just a good c