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"I came down to breakfast at 5.30 this morning, when W and d were still eating, so earning a glare from my W, which I ignored." Mindreading. You don't know if she intentionally 'glared' at you out of hatred or resentment. If it bothered yo
Is it too creepy to make the shopping with me? Me buying my way into a few hours with d15 (soon 16)? Typically W and d15 would shop together. Just giving her money or a gift certificate seems impersonal, the last thing I want. Luke
Hi loualea, EE is Essential Experience, one of the best things I've ever done. It is on the web. Yes, d15 does like to shop (she said so when I asked!) and I am the one with the wallet. W has inculcated d15 with a certain Calvinist do not spend mo
Melissa My words were posted while your recent one was posted/cross-posted, b/c I had NOT seen the fish story when I wrote to you... I'm still not done reading it, but felt I had to stop to quickly say this one thing to you-----I'm upset with you
Hi Melissa I don't know how you do it but you seem to have a thought or an answer to a question I am struggling with.. Is it men or is it men who walk out.. I have way too much empathy, my H none. I still am not clear on my transgressions. ?real
Interesting reading Luke... 10 years on DB...what persistence and patience you both have. 15 year old girls are interesting when everything in their lives is fine and settled...with parents who are not relating well... even more so..but inside the
Thanks K and thank you for your prayers and thoughts... much appreciated. I asked the friend that's staying w/ me, to stay until I can quit my current job (i hope to in the next 3 months), b/c I work a 12 hr night shift and my dog has been soooo go
So right now I'm trying to be a friend to her and treat her like a sister. I think that makes a lot of sense as far as trying to detach emotionally from her. But I'm wondering if that is the best solution in my case. Her issue with me is that I'm was
Okay. I will tell daughter about EE ("I went to a workshop about how to connect to people because I don't feel good at it"?) and show her the pictures from it. Deeper stuff beyond this would be telling her that I feel lonely and sometimes
Oh, before anyone thinks I am MUCH further along than I actually am, let me clarify: Quote:It's so funny because I say this to other people and I believe it, 1000%. Yet I am still trying to convince myself it applies to me. At least I am at the poin
This pretty much explains the situation with father's rights in Canada. Sadly, this situation is very common in my country. Behind every footprint in the Sand Once stood a great man Who for the first time held your tiny hand A daddy's love knows no
Lol, you guys are just really funny, and I totally appreciate the humor today. I promise to come back and address the fish thing. It's disturbing, and I need a night's sleep to mull over what I'm thinking so I can write about it. But in the vein of
Originally Posted By: uRworthyYep, Fy, you're right, you cant fix her. You can, however, help her see the possibilities, right? Yes, UR, I most certainly can! That's been my goal all along. Thanks for rooting for me!
Originally Posted By: tbm4evrEric, thanks so much ...you are so right ...what you are saying is exactly what I am trying to do. Just so hard when you have lived life a certain way for 20+ years. I loved it the way it was and fear change. TBM, I kn
Wonka-thanks for the update. I'm so glad your grandmother is on the mend. I hope you have many more years with her. Yesterday would have been my grandmom's 101st birthday. She was the first person I thought of when I woke up, and I miss her horribly
Funny how my H will not text me back after a certain time. I think so he can text me in the morning. Well we definitely don't have NC but I try to only talk about the kids. I dont know, so hard with kids!! I dont know how I will ever have him miss m
Originally Posted By: 25yearsmlc or you can see it as a sign that maybe, just maybe, you two will be able to co-parent reasonably well in the future... Yes. It's just that old idea that if I am prepared for him to go back to jerk mode, that will so
Blues, I am not trying to trash him, I just very honestly think that he doesn't recognize that there are valid feelings/thoughts/opinions that aren't the same as his. He judges whether someone has a "right" to be upset based on whether he
TL, when you said, " I'm pretty sure he will never come back regardless of his MLC, mostly based on pride and stubbornness," my jaw dropped. I've said the very same thing about my H. Are you sure you're not married to my H??? Regarding the
M- the fish story is weird. Why insist on the 'fish murder' and not just 'circle of life'? In your post, it sounds like he is very out of touch and doesn't seem to care..."Quit following me" to your D. He doesn't sound like he's in a go
Originally Posted By: WonkaGotta let this thought process go. She's DONE and GONE. This is a fact that you need to work with from here and on. Wishing this and that will not accomplish a dang thing. This is something I'm still struggling with.