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Yoga. I was so resistant. But since I've started doing it I rarely need my usual Xanax to sleep and I've decreased my wine drinking ( still love my wine though). And I can't describe it because I am not very " spiritual like this" but it'
Totally agree Wonka. It sounds like things are maybe a bit better with father's rights down in the States. Up here, it's bleak to say the least. There is a Bill sitting before our provincial government that would grant equal time to both parents in a
Raine baby!!! What a wonderful post! I am so proud of you and your courage in plugging ahead in your 'new' M with H. I am wondering if you are able to recognize your triggers and where they come from. When and how they occur is the key.
Unbidden is exactly right, Scorp. I just try to get you to see for yourself as it usually sticks better. And I can only go by what you write, but I get the distinct impression that there's a lot of "I'm right, she's wrong" in you. I should
Originally Posted By: zewDon't want to hijack, but AS, I wanted to know if you think this can really work. Maybe others will comment for benefit of reb and me. Quote:"Despite our situation I do still care very much for you and want you to know
I know AS. That happened a while ago before I even found this site. I haven't done that since that moment. That was about a month ago when we went to the MC one time. It was a COMPLETE disaster because she had no desire to be there. I understa
Something I'm noticing with myself, over and over... I get bored. I like to have stuff to look forward to and, especially, when life seems dreary or overwhelming, I get antsy for something, something fun, romantic, new, fresh, exciting... I'm not s
Scorp, in the courts instead of sitting down with my W for a coffee to see if we can sort things out like adults for the sake of our kids. Perish this thought. No coffee with W. It isn't going to happen. Your W is done and gone at this moment.
Getting "Punk'd" for good fun is just that. Sometimes people do carry it too far. I'd keep a watch on the neighbor. If he goes too far, I'd have a chat with him and explain how his antics come across to you. If that doesn't stop him, I'
Do I know if she and I communicated more that the situation would improve? No, of course not. It is my feeling, my opinion. Saying it was a "fact" was a poor choice of words. My W has her views on our situation, I have mine. I will support
My husband told me last week that he "loved me but wasn't in love with me," and wrote me a letter that essentially said that he wanted to separate. He said things could stay the same for right now, because he knows that I need to find a jo
WAS's almost always "affair down". There's been a lot of discussion about why this is, some believe it's because a lesser OP is probably thankful that they've finally found a "keeper" and therefore more likely to lavish the WAS wi
Originally Posted By: nit84Treat your H like a friendly neighbor. You can still be detached and not completely cold towards him. Detaching just means that you do not let H actions affect you in any way. It doesn't mean going dark and becoming compl
Originally Posted By: trc2009 For instance, when we agreed to separate. I was literally sitting right there when she told her parents that we were separating for a little while, that it's not life-altering, that we just need to take a timeout from e
Well, I finally had the talk with ex about gabby. I admittedly had been putting it off. I explained what happened the other night and he of course began invalidating her, but yes, I set him straight and asked him to be a little more sensitive. She
Originally Posted By: unbiddenNo, she can be sorry and still go through with it. The two are not mutually exclusive. You can tell her that's not your preference but you are going to move your life forward in a positive direction regardless ... Does
OK I've got a thread in newcomers here: http://www.divorcebusting.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2432769#Post2432769 There's a new twist in my story now though as I found out yesterday (accidentally!) that my H slept with another
I wanted to post a email I sent my Wife in regards to a trip we are going to leave on in 2 weeks to visit a college down south for our middle daughter. One of my 180s is to not make the decisions but to ask for her input. Here is the email and let me
Originally Posted By: country 1st week of jan. told me she wanted D told her it was not answer You should have added "but if that's what you want I understand why you feel that way and won't stop you." Don't fight her on S or D, it'll just
Where did that "being true to you" comment come from? I'm puzzled and don't want to assume here. From day one, I have remained true to my values, principles and stand by by own convictions. In essence, I've been true to myself that inc
First, examine your motives. Don't do it to change things up or get him to see something. Do it because it's what you need right now. That has nothing to do with him. If he decides to stay in the MBR, what will you do? Open the conversation, don
No, she can be sorry and still go through with it. The two are not mutually exclusive. You can tell her that's not your preference but you are going to move your life forward in a positive direction regardless ...