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You've created a story in your mind that when he's late it's because he doesn't respect you. That may not be what's happening at all. Maybe he just doesn't want to be around you or maybe he feels guilty and stalls or maybe he's just late. Who cares?
Peace, You are going to have to give yourself closure. That will come from accepting him as the person he is today. I say this from experience having lived through my own MLC. He will probably not remember the things you would like him to apologize
Hey Sandi2, Sorry for the confusion. I did ask her to leave and she was with a friend, and she has now moved to her own place. Part of the problem has been to spend time with the kids she was coming to the house. She has not been allowed back to
Heather, While you're running in the meadows over there yonder, I thought I'd give you another pressie from the "crazy kids". Ms. Wonka lately has increased her contacts with me...finding some little excuses here and there to contact me.
One year BD anniversary is today – so congratulations to me Yesterday I went to a jazz concert with a neighbor. We met at his place and while I was there W also came. The neighbor’s wife was having a small dinner with some female friends and W was
I'd appreciate some input on how to handle one of the things my H has been doing. My H has always prided himself in being on time. He cannot stand being late. He sees it as disrespectful to others to not show up on time. I agree with all that, wh
If I could quit focusing on the negative and start focusing on me I would be so much better. I just feel like my H has made his mind up and he is very stubborn. He (we are) is not happy therefore he thinks this is the best decision. It doesn't hel
I'm a little confused. Is she living in the home now? I thought you asked her to leave and that she was staying with a friend...and preparing for her own place. Did she come back home? If so, would you explain. You really must work hard not to
Originally Posted By: 3boyzmomJam packed day with the kids. After, the boys and I headed to a petting zoo for opening day. We ran into my SIL and BIL and nephew as well as my H's cousins and their little girl. I had not idea they were heading
A changed interaction... H decided to read me some horoscope thing he found online. He read his and then agreed with all of the positive things about his. Then he read mine and agreed with all of the negatives/disagreed with the positives... "g
WH, I've just been through the same process as GM describes. It became a matter of buying my freedom. Issues of fairness don't come into it, apparently. You get to the stage of just wanting it to be over; there is only so much belligerent madne
Thanks for the reality check. I really did need a 2x4 to the head to knock some sense in me. I need to focus and remind myself this is about me. I can't control her. Doesn't matter if she thinks I've given up on the M or not ..she has to want it and
Husband of 28 years told me that we don't make each other happy anymore and that he wants a divorce when our youngest graduates from college in 3 years. Meanwhile we are to live in the same house and not tell our children what is going on. 18 years
Busting, My advice, fwiw (which is presumably nothing - look where i still am!) is to do what is best for you and the kids. Don't think twice about what his recent behaviour might mean...or if he is making steps to reconnecting. My experience is t
Luke, Spectators in life, "occupy space". But Dad's celebrate their kids' birthdays. Please do that with/for her. And I think sandi(?) had a great idea about you inviting your d along with you for a shopping trip for YOU to update your w
I have so many questions and thoughts I need to get out of me, but I don't want to overwhelm the board. I am hoping this a temporary separation, but I am sure it's going to be at least several months. My question, I am staying with my parents and it
Thanks unbidden. It was the first time I about a month, it felt a little awkward, only because she seemed a bit awkward about. I have tried to not pursue her in this department. Although I was reading in another forum on here that maybe she really wa
Quote:it's a wrestling match to get him to take his antibiotic, but he is in great shape. Oh, does that bring back memories! My H would beg, bargin, play games, etc..... to get our kids to take their meds. But I didn't so much. I found that if y