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Originally Posted By: excile101I agree Maly but it's not right. When you spend over a decade with someone, go through ups and downs, have children together, surely it's only human to treat the other person with some respect instead of rubbing their n
Quote:I wouldn't think so, but why wouldn't she tell me she was thinking about it, at the time? And why would she now lie and say that she wasn't thinking about it? I'll give you what mine did, which pretty much follows the examples of others found
Originally Posted By: CadetISSUE - I am new to the forum and I am on moderation. How do I get off? Or I was put back on moderation for not following the board Rules. Now What? The Board Administrator makes the final decision on all posters for wh
Coly, There are three types of mlcers: 1. Drop-in. This is the mlcer that continues to come to the home, most likely on a daily basis or every couple of days. They have dinner, sit around w/the children and just visit like old times. 2. Droplet. T
Originally Posted By: GordieCali, thanks. Really trying to get rid of expectations and dropping the rope? I know I'm not there yet. Hey Gordie... I'm just catching up on your thread. Your posts have kinda jumped out when I have been perusing a
I am sorry that she responded the way she did, but that's MLC stinking thinking. In her own way, she's not only complaining about the fees, but she was also pushing you to do whatever you need to do on the paper work. Take your time and be sure to
Originally Posted By: brizzShe's the type who probably was angry I didn't speak to her. This makes no rational sense. She is angry at you for not speaking to her?! It isnt like she started up a conversation either. In my opinion, its GOOD if shes
Originally Posted By: Jeep74I do. The same has been said over and over and over in this very forum. Do you think a life-changing choice such as a divorce was an over night decision? I wouldn't think so, but why wouldn't she tell me she was thinking
Quote:So, if she's been planning to break up with me, why do you think she'd lie and say she hasn't been planning it? I do. The same has been said over and over and over in this very forum. Do you think a life-changing choice such as a divorce was
Quote:I think it's better to go to custody mediation at $150/hour where we can talk more leisurely, feel heard by an independent third party, discuss a detailed parenting plan and many of our unique and extenuating circumstances (hello, brain cancer,
Quote:I allowed my wife a lot of leeway because of the abuse she suffered as a child. She could be very harsh and demanding, among other things. Allow me to add this - had I had known any of it, or even had an inkling, I'd also have given her the le
Originally Posted By: Jeep74I'm afraid that's an answer you may never get. But one thing I can tell you is that asking for divorce IS NOT an instantaneous decision and its been planned for quite some time. I doubt her Grandmother's health had anythin
Please hit me with the 2x4's quickly and put me out of my misery. Day was going well, but unfortunately when the W texted and complained about money she is spending on her attorney I responded. I told her that we could focus on us instead of money.
Doodler, Very well said, sir. Quote:It's very sad that our marriage ended, but I'm responsible for our sons and my own life and I'm not going to let the unfortunate outcome of our marriage hold me back from fully enjoying life. I like this. I may
Quote:I had to become her friend so she would like me again before she would ever allow herself to fall in love with me again. There is a very, very fine line. Some want to be become "friends" to make it easy on us...sort of ease their gui
Quote:My W actually told me how hurt she was that it took something like a PA to finally wake me up to her unhappiness and make a change. I thought that was BS cause no matter what it takes 2 to make a marriage work and she could have come to me befo
W came to the house on Sunday to get more of her things. She asked if a stack of mail was her's and that was the extent of our talking for the 1.5 hours she was there. She took the dog outside to play with her for about 10 minutes, came back in, and
Quote:I hate how she did all of this. The way she always kept acting like things were fine between us, up to right before the wall came up and the bitterness started. The way she wrote me an anniversary card that basically said "everything's gre
Originally Posted By: Jeep74It's entirely possible that she is, but its also possible that she isn't. However, given the fact that she is involved in an affair tells me that she is friendzoning you. You think she's having an affair? I've strongly sus
Originally Posted By: skyhighIt created consequences to them, they had to face how others were seeing them, it forced them out of their fantasy land. That's exposure. I created a crack who forced them to take a look at themselves. Ahh I get what you