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It took my a very long time to figure out what he was doing, but once I did, I stepped away and took care of things what I wanted done, i.e., by asking others to assist me. He always came across as being okay w/doing things for me...by lo and behold
Originally Posted By: doodlerpinn, I understand exactly where you're coming from and I don't think it's a bad place to be. If my wife wanted to come back, there are a number of things she's have to agree to (like NC with EA partner). I feel comfor
Geez. That is all truly awful Job. I can't recover from the painting of the WHOLE kitchen. The effort put forth to spite is astounding. I will read up on it as more and more PA behavior is bubbling to the surface. If you remember any books off t
Originally Posted By: jobYes, you should talk about this in your C session this afternoon. It's very evident that this situation is pushing your patience to the max. Let me just say this...the best revenge is to live well. He is not worth taking
pinn, I understand exactly where you're coming from and I don't think it's a bad place to be. If my wife wanted to come back, there are a number of things she's have to agree to (like NC with EA partner). I feel comfortable asking for (or demandin
Originally Posted By: DDJI have always been detached, from my understanding, from my son. I do not feel his pain, I feel his love. Or am i not on the same page? Detachment is this: Detachment is the: * Ability to allow people, places or things the
Vanilla, Right now I am not addressing any relationship issues as I am still doing 180 and have been advised not to start topics. I was always the one to aggressively address ways to rebuild trust and it resulted in H pulling away. Granted, my method
Yes, you should talk about this in your C session this afternoon. It's very evident that this situation is pushing your patience to the max. Let me just say this...the best revenge is to live well. He is not worth taking your life over. You hav
I should add to the whole cleaning thing. That's one of my goals, to do more around the house, to care about doing those things around the house. She was always the one cleaning, and did keep everything clean. I never really had a chance. So now that
I wouldn't engage. He's been telling your kids this stuff so that they will tell you and then you jump on the band wagon and confront him w/the info. He wants you to get bent out of shape and initiate a heated confrontation w/him so that he can say
Quote:Quote:Originally Posted By: sandi2 Quote:Quote: See the part i dont get according to the DR/DB rules is i dont think we are piecing because she has said outright she no longer has any feelings for me. I don't get the connection you are making
re: waiting for the other shoe to drop. I may be the biggest offender, because it always seems like the other shoe does, indeed drop for me. But I have been learning ot look at it this way: if the other shoe is going to drop, it's going to drop.
I'm been noticing a LOT of messages recently. I have so far been unreactive to them. I'll continue to do so, she'll be out in a couple weeks. Unless its like dirty dishes in the sink, I'll pick those up, only because I like a clean sink/house. I don'
Thanks for all the support. I'm meeting with a coach today to help set up some boundaries. She thinks it would be fine to come over make meals/hang out the kids on her nights - and I should not be home. I told her that ain't happening. I don't think
Originally Posted By: wishing, hoping I wasn't sure if I should confront him on his intentions and get it out in the open or if I should just sit back and let him make a fool of himself, which he will undoubtedly do. My good friend tells me not to e
right on queue WW texts and asks when we should talk. She brought this up about 2 months ago. Then it sounded positive. Here is the thing now I don't care and the emotions I feel are strange. If she came out and said it is time for D, I would sa
Quote:He just knows I'm fed up, and that I'm moving on. CK2001, I think you've got a good foundation for DBing. Many of us are clinging to the WS like a barnacle on a boat. (Never believe an LBS when they say they're detaching.) It sounds li
well been a couple of bad days for me. I am trying, its not like H has done anything personal to me. I haven't seen H since Saturday night. But text conversation with H on Sunday night was a killer... I tried to be polite and simple in my respons
OMG!! Repeat if desired? Until the chocolate is gone, right? This I can do. You made my day, SadHub!!! THANK YOU! I'm just about to head off to go see my therapist. I'm super shaky again for some reason I can't quite fathom. It's been a bit
Originally Posted By: EDFI think the typical advice would be: Do not react and don't do or say anything. As hard as it is, simply ignore it and don't try to over-analyze why she did it or what (if anything) it means. Once she is moved out, feel f