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Jaded or not, it is what it is. False hope is worse than the truth, no matter how brutal it is. If that person chooses to return in the future, then that's all fine and dandy, but living on the hopes of they might is self-destructive.
W called yesterday while I was at work saying she wanted to talk to me when I got home. W gets frustrated when she wants to talk and the evening gets eaten up with kids and homework and chores, etc., so I suggested a specific time that we meet and t
Hey 25, Great post and I do agree with much of what you are saying. Sure, there are many unmet needs in a lot of M's, but I think what I was trying to tell Wsh is that he is not all to blame. Sure there are things he could have done to fulfill hi
Ok, accidentally hit to submit too soon. A. Ways I'm Succeeding GAL 1. Reaching out to others (always felt the need to seem to be perfect) 2. Taking up new and old hobbies. 3. Being more "there" for my kids. Always been there just hav
Venting: I hate this. I am struggling with the idea that she had the A, and I am the one fighting to keep the M together. How is that okay???? W also believes that this is not affecting our son, it's obvious that it is.
Originally Posted By: Jeep74May get hungry again, but that hunger will be satisfied by another food. When they are done, they are done. To me, this sounds like a jaded opinion of someone whose spouse chose a different food. They might, they migh
Originally Posted By: doodlerDawn, Well darn! We all could've had a slumber party with you on a stormy night, but you had to go and reschedule the date. It's as if you don't really want us to go along. Oh man, Doodler, I did NOT even think abo
Originally Posted By: LITBYou need to shift the focus from your W to yourself. This isn't something that happens just because we want it to happen. It happens when you GAL, set goals and improve behavioral patterns over the course of time. Agreed. I
Sandi, Wow, I have read so much of your advice and can truly say I feel blessed you have given me advice on my sitch. In November, when she went from okay to gone (there were warning signs, I know it didn't happen overnight), she said she felt li
Originally Posted By: JasonWeI want her to reconsider. I don't want a divorce. I just think it's a bit too early to present that to her. Isn't it? In my opinion, if youre free, then go for it. If youre not, then tell her you cant this weekend. I
Originally Posted By: JasonWeI want her to reconsider. I don't want a divorce. I just think it's a bit too early to present that to her. Isn't it? JasonWe, If you try to get her to reconsider, she feel like you're pursuing (you are) and she'll hea
Originally Posted By: JasonWeI want her to reconsider. I don't want a divorce. I just think it's a bit too early to present that to her. Isn't it? These are things you have to let her do on her own. She has to reconsider and it has to come from he
Originally Posted By: 180ManMeeting with my Pastor was good. Sounds like he's heard stories like ours quite a bit. When we first sat down he asked "So...did you have an affair?" Somewhat telling, I suppose. He kind of roped me into going to
Last night we got into a R talk, her choice. I told her that I was tired of limbo and that we were either all in or all out for this marriage. The conversation ended with us going to bed together amicably but with no commitment from her as to knowi
When I stopped contacting the OM, I went through months of withdrawals. The hardest part of getting through that period was just getting him out of my head. I was also depressed and it was very difficult to generate enough energy to put effort int