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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-20 01:55:05
ID: 60670
In response to a confession. Even better - he didn't even look at the harness. It's a size XL. But it's too small, because OH, it's for a little dog. A little, fat dog. Ours is 80 pounds.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-19 22:51:10
ID: 60665
In response to a confession. POS only has ten months left in his hitch, so we need to make sure something’s in place before. I guarantee he’ll disappear once he’s out. But I’ve get friends in low places (I used to work for 14 lawyers. LOL), and we’re going to make sure we ALWAYS know where he is. In my family we have three in the military, a lawyer, a judge, two cops (one a detective) and one not-so-savory cousin who’d come in handy if muscle is needed. We got this.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-19 22:29:57
ID: 60663
More tales of the overspending husband: A couple weeks ago I went to a Native American Pow-Wow. I go to these often and like to purchase unique, handmade items, sometimes made with animal pelts. This time I bought a quiver (it holds arrows) made from a fox. Dh looks at the arrows and says, "Oh! Those have target practice heads! I'll buy you some broadheads!" Seriously?! Um, notice that I don't have nor did I buy a bow? That's because I'm not going to be out in the woods, hunting. It's for my collection, display only. Last night he came home from a business trip. He likes to bring us little trinkets, maybe a cool coffee cup or a snack unique to the region, and the dog always gets a biscuit. He proudly showed me the new harness he got the dog. A black and blue harness. The dog has a black harness. He also has a blue harness. So now he has three harnesses - for...what reason again?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-19 21:30:52
ID: 60662
In response to a confession. Good... make sure the attorney is a shark, and someone who not only knows the laws with respect to divorce/custody/child support, but also the military. If he's in the Navy, he won't have a CHOICE about paying child support. His command will require it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-18 22:16:00
ID: 60653
The cocky little POS who knocked up my DGD (yeah, I know...it takes two), then insisted on getting married, then joined the Navy and now has a 15-month-old son that he’s seen ONCE FaceTimed her and said he’s going to file for divorce. Seems he’s had a girlfriend since boot camp and thinks he loves her. He says he’ll be glad to ‘help her with the boy when I can,’ but doesn’t have an interest in staying in touch since he won’t be coming home upon discharge. We’re paying for her attorney.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-17 14:01:31
ID: 60638
In response to a confession. My "nail in the coffin" from dh was early last year. That's when I started planning. Part of the plan entails getting a particular job, which I couldn't do until the youngest was in college - which will be in September. I would then have to be at that job for at least 6 months before I can act on the exit. That amounts to over two years of planning. All I can tell you is to keep your eye on the prize. Yes, it can be hard sometimes, but I don't want to give him a clue as to my intentions. The hardest part for me is when he makes an effort and I think, "Oh maybe we CAN work this out," but then he does something shitty again. I'd say the emotional roller coaster is the hardest part. I'm torn apart that this is happening, but I also feel duped.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-17 11:19:23
ID: 60637
Only married for a couple years but DH just put the final nail in the coffin of this marriage. He is the laziest, whiniest man I've ever known and, no, he wasn't like this before we got married. I feel duped. He doesn't know it yet but I have an exit plan in place. better late then never, but It sucks that it'll take me a few years to do it. how am i supposed to act like everything's ok in the meantime?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-17 04:40:12
ID: 60635
I am so sad. I can't shake it. I can't tell anyone either. They don't understand. No matter how hard and often I pray, I'm sad. I emailed my doctor to get on a different antidepressant. I hope he can give me something. I'm also sad a lot about the loss of a relationship and I'm scared I'll never get over him. I hate being this sad about everything in my life when I have so much to be thankful for.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-17 00:08:42
ID: 60633
LOL! DH has been complaining of a stomach ache all day so I didn’t think he was being lazy (not that I care). He didn’t want lunch or dinner because his stomach was a mess. Instead he had Fritos, a candy bar, a Coke, and some cashews. He just woke up in his recliner and I asked how he was feeling. He said, ‘I don’t know what the problem is. It got to hurting so bad that I couldn’t open my eyes.’ I said, ‘I thought you had a stomach ache.’ He said, ‘Oh....yeah, that’s right.’ I had to walk away because I was laughing so hard.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-06-16 23:02:28
ID: 60630
Thank the Lord that my DH isn't anyone's father. I can't say that in real life, but he would not be a very good father.
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