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Originally Posted By: lostluvthe other side of me is questioning WHY i want to be with someone that has made it obvious that she does NOT want to be with me. Lostluv, it seems that most of us question this at some point. And the response is usuall
Going back over your "list" of your shortcomings in the M. Much of them were snarky responses and you seemed to confine to belittle what the problems were. Your attitude in a lot of them were like " well I changed and she should be luc
hey hi UR - thanks for not thinkin i'm pathetic. sometimes i do not know what i am, and where i'm heading with alllll this. now that i'm here- i realize i'm blue and negative this morning - so i'm going to save you and
Originally Posted By: Old Dog I was considering buying it and not telling her OD, there's no reason she needs to know. I mean, it doesn't have to be a secret, but you don't have to show it off, either. And come on, it's a phone, not a new Maser
Just keep pursuing detachment. It's the best solution for you for every reason. It will come and go (hence the roller coaster). But the more you can let go of the rope, the shorter and less frequent the roller coaster drops will be.
Thanks so much Mr Bond. I'll look up Project Happily ever after. I have posted some draft goals about a page back. If you get chance to have a look, I would welcome comments. I have been putting them into practice. I think the really big things for
hey hi goat g : i can't believe you refer to tingler - we watched that lame old thing a few weeks ago=- and i was wondering who in the world (beside us) would watch such a werid old thing - ta da - you. (and me) ha/! anyway- idk- to
Originally Posted By: KGirlAh ha, so I was the funk that inspired the gratitude list Not just you, KGirl. We all get into a funk sometimes. I indulged in some massive mindreading and I'm usually really good about that. It happens. Glad you a
Originally Posted By: Maybell I'm a little surprised you left it up this long. I took everything about us as a couple down as soon as he moved out. Down to the feng shui thing in our bedroom. What could he say? He chose to leave. I'm not going to lea
I am so confused. On days I don't bring up the upcoming separation things seem fine. But whenever the separation comes up I get the line that I love you but I am not in love. She then says she needs to find that spark again. I know a lot of the
@Mighty Hang in there, stay on the high road. Those "truth" darts have to be timed exactly right to hit the target and you have to wait until your frustration and or anger has passed. And sometimes saying NOTHING allows with they say to
It is a personal choice. In Divorce Remedy, there is a short sentence where Michele says if a WAS refuses to end the A, get a lawyer and consider your options. You can only confront so many times! After that, the ball is in your court. Confront
You keep talking like your M was wonderful and he's a sadistic @$$ for leaving. When you first came on here it didn't sound all that great and it wasn't until he had someone else that you started making changes. Right now he left to be happy or at
Daring, IF you are D before Christmas,, you need to decide what is best for you! How will you feel spending Christmas with your H or his family? Like your H gets a D, but still get to have "family"time with you....NOT fair right now...IF D
Originally Posted By: lostluvjust reading up on your thread to help me consider how to handle IF my situation gets to the point that my W wants to date others. something I'm not really wanting to think about right nowTrust me, you won't want to think
Thread #6. There were some really good resources and information shared towards the end of my last thread. I highly recommend reading the posts from sandi, Maybell and others starting 10/27/14. http://www.divorcebusting.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?u
I've seen that website. The all or nothing approach preached on there is totally wrong. Moving on to the next person without figuring out what caused the breakup just moves your issues to another person. I know you briefly summarized what you though
Hi Daring, For me, to remain standing, does not mean giving up on life even when the D does happen. I figure I will continue on my path with or with out her. If I meet someone, then her loss. If she chooses to catch up with me, then I will decide if
Hi Matt, It's messed up that THAT was the song W posted. And she probably does not relate those words to you and or your M, could have been just a nice song a man sang to his wife. Keep the focus on yourself, you seem to be really doing better, so
Your WAW is not that unusual at all. Part of the problem is how they make wrong decisions and then cry about it to the one who left broken hearted. Yes, I'm sure it is painful to watch, but she needs to know you will not enable her to pursue a li
And, It's not that I've decided I'm not following that marriage contract any more, but I don't need to have a public symbol to him and anyone in my home. If he wants back into our marriage, he knows where to find me.