Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 14:10:11
ID: 3618
My husband's ex is a very nice lady, very down to earth and sweet. She and I have actually become friends and she is a great mother to her kids. She is very appreciative of anything I do with or for her two boys. I hear very few second wives commending their children's bio parents for doing an excellent job, for being good people Things didn't work out with her and DH because they married too young and grew apart. End of story. No reason for either of them to be hateful or bitter towards the other and honestly? I think I would RUN from any man with an acrimonious, bitter ex. Simply not worth it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 14:08:24
ID: 3617
I hate the response post BS too. Grow up, whoever you are.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 11:17:55
ID: 3614
I dislike the name Brandy. I just think it's wierd to name your child after liquor. And every Brandy I ever met seemed immature.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 04:44:50
ID: 3607
I read an article about the top 10 names for crazy women and men. the name Ashley was the #1 women's name on the top of the list for a crazy person. That explains a lot cause my bf of 5 years ex wife is crazy crazy crazy and named Ashley. She went absolutely crazy, became a crazed mad woman when she found out we were dating. She was already living with another man when we got together so clearly she had moved on or so my bf thought, she chose to leave my bf for some other dude and yet she threw a hissy fit when she found out he was dating someone. She stalks us. We have caught her numerous times driving past our house on our street. Our street is not a main street, there's no reason for her to be driving down our street at all. When she left her bf for a few days cause she was mad at him, she came straight from their trailer to driving down our street and drove back and forth, according to bf kids. And took the kids to the park right next to our house. Right next to our house!! Our city is such a family friendly city so there's hundreds of parks to go to but she chose to come and stomp our in our 'hood. wtf! She lives about 45 mins away from us and our neighborhood is way out of the way from us. Yeah, I think most Ashley's are crazy! We've talked with the police about the laws of stalking but it hasn't escalated other than one time when she pulled up behind me as soon as I pulled into the driveway after picking up my ds from school and she blocked my car in, tried barging into my house right behind me as me and ds walked into the house, demanding stuff she wanted that was dsd, I refused to let her in and she refused to leave my porch and was banging on the door. Luckily my neighbor told her to leave me alone or else she was going to call the cops. Since the cops weren't called on this incident we couldn't file any legal proceedings against her. I told bf I think her behavior is going to escalate even worse cause her and her new bf relationship is rocky and that she's always disliked me even though she doesn't even know me and we have never talked. I got a bitter taste for the name Ashley right now, sorry.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 04:11:16
ID: 3606
The hateful response posts are very childish. How embarrassing!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 04:10:18
ID: 3605
I read that an article about Autism that was very nicely informative...then I got to the comment section. Some people wrote that children with Autism shouldn't be allowed in regular classrooms, the word retard was thrown out, and an overwhelming amount of ignorance followed. There are always people who speak up in support of others, but the willful ignorance is what boils my blood. The article was so cut and dry and so informative and these people had no want to open their minds. I loathe idiots.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 04:08:15
ID: 3604
My cat is my child ha!
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 03:56:18
ID: 3602
Bio mom offered up info about the name of her unborn child. I didn't ask. I don't gaf about her personal life unless it affects the step kids in a negative way. But if she offered up this tidbit of into to us then yeah, I have every right to judge her on her stupid choice of names for her unborn child. And who's the hypocrite? You are! You admitted to setting up your ex husband with the woman he's with YOU involved yourself in his love life, a place where your ass clearly doesn't belong--so tell I really the one who is "overly involved" or is that person you? Cause I think that person is you. I was offered this tidbit of info when honestly, I don't really even want to talk to her at all or converse with her unless it pertains to the step kids. And yet you inserted yourself into your ex husband's love life and you see nothing wrong with that? Yeah ok, hypocrite. I take your comments with a grain of salt but imo, your words are not worth it's weight in salt.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-11 03:47:28
ID: 3601
So your DH wants to take you to a mall where there are kids? OMG, the horror. There are kids everywhere. I'm sorry you are apparently dealing with fertility issues but just be grateful you have a DH that gives a damn and wants to cheer you up. Geez.
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Posted by: anonymous
2014-05-10 23:50:05
ID: 3595
It Is Still Abuse If . . . *There has not been any physical violence. Many women are emotionally and verbally assaulted. This can be as equally frightening and is often more confusing to try to understand. Abusers often go from verbal to physical abuse. *His physical abuse seems minor when compared to those you have read about, seen on television or heard other women talk about. There's no “better” or “worse” form of physical abuse. For example, you can be severely injured as a result of being pushed. *The incidents of physical abuse have only occurred one or two times in the relationship. If he's injured you once, it is likely he will continue to physically assault you. *The physical or verbal assaults stopped when you became passive and gave up your right to express yourself as you desire, to move about freely and see others, and to make decisions. You shouldn't have to give up your rights as a person and a partner in exchange for not being assaulted. I was an abused wife and give you this advice from my heart.
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