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"protect my boys and show them what its like to be a man!!" Okay, so what does that mean? What is "being a man" mean? "(its none of my business about what the think of their mother)" To a certain degree it is your bus
This is where I have improved because one time while venting to me she talked about how now I am a good listener, more soft spoken and all around attentive. She was also upset that I am taking better physical care of myself, shaving every day and wea
I am not "teaching" so,to,say or talking bad about their mother. I am just trying to not let her manipulate me. Kind of what I discussed with the divorce coach. This is what I was,going to write: And that I must must protect my boys a
"how to handle women who try to manipulate them." Okay, I'm curious. So how are you teaching them to treat women who "manipulate" them without sounding resentful against your W (who just happens to be their mother)?
Work on myself . And that I must must protect my boys and show them what its like to be a man!! That is whats most important , what my two sons think and know about their role as a man and how to handle women who try to manipulate them.
Knock, knock, knock. Hello, Starsky? Could you please provide me a work-able link to your chocolateeyes posts? I found one today, but the link is broken. It's a rainy day, and I need reading material. Thank you.
Originally Posted By: mdu Yes, actually I do feel better for having given him that letter. . . . I actually didn't at all feel that I had given him the letter in an intensely emotional moment. I had really calmed myself and slept the night before
Things are getting weirder and weirder. From someone who wanted to spend no time in my company a few weeks ago this is on the agenda over the coming week. Wed night: She has asked to come to MC with me, I haven't asked her why as we haven't had any
Yes, actually I do feel better for having given him that letter. Obviously in your opinion I've done something very wrong, Starsky. I'm not sure what. I actually didn't at all feel that I had given him the letter in an intensely emotional moment.
You want your ex and your daughter to keep their relationship. You complain he doesn't do enough with her. Now their dinner date became your " date". Too. Your DD should have to be doing damage control or realizing that you were a little
GoFo, I wanted to highlight your response to Bug's post: You are correct, I was most likely grasping at control of anything I could. It's that pesky control thing! Be mindful of this when interacting with W. Also like this gem that has floated
Originally Posted By: TarheelI know snooping is against Sandi's rules, but at least for my situation, it led to me standing up for myself. I was content with GALing and being positive around W while I assumed she was not in contact with OM and was tr
Originally Posted By: Starsky309 And then leave him be. Do NOT get into it with him, or tell him what you plan on doing. POST HERE FIRST. Originally Posted By: mduI am planning to leave him a letter, this is the best way for me to communicate wit
I opened my briefcase this morning at work and W put a muffin in it for a snack. It's been almost a month since she's done that. I always used to call her and let her know how much I appreciated that she had thought of me. No call today. She woul
I would've just responded "Don't worry about us, we'll be fine," and kept it at that. Try to keep your communications with him in the middle, "cordial/civil" range, and not either in the "BFF" or the "passive-aggre
theres nothing wrong with your decision. many of us have come to it at one time or another. it took me quite a few months but i got there eventually. best of luck to you. regardless of which way you go, you can always come here for advice. we