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Me: 36 Her: 35 Together 7/09 Married 8/7/10 Separate rooms since at least April 11 "I've decided I want a divorce" 12/5/11 She moves out of state/files 2/7/12 Dissolution final 5/12
Hello Ladyh, Reading up on the last few posts on your thread, I sense the frustration of LBS, and I feel it also. I have lately found myself thinking how like an adolescent my w has acted over the last 9 mos. As someone mentioned here, I would say its accurate that most of us view taking vows as a sacred oath, which is why you do it before God and your family and friends.
I sometimes feel like my w took the vows hoping that things would work out, and if they didnt, oh well, nice try, nothing ventured, nothing gained. Very high schoolish, almost like dating someone senior year, and you know you are going away to college next year, so, you dump the boyfriend/girlfriend to experience the fun of life, because, well, after all your're getting old and you dont want to settle down without being happy.
Sorry for the hijack, Guess I'm frustrated too. Hope you are well,
m 54 XW 48 m 12 t 14 bomb 6-11 s 10-11 wife moved to other state 10-21-11 d 9-12
O GOD THY SEA IS SO GREAT AND MY BOAT IS SO SMALL!
Bugsy...just found your new thread. Someone posted above about how long this process takes. That stuck with me today as so true. I keep hearing that it takes 1 month for every year married. I'm starting to believe that. If the math is correct I have another year on the crazy train!