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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 19:54:05
ID: 59046
Divorce is ALWAYS an option. I don't give a shit what any church, priest, etc. says.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 18:41:23
ID: 59031
In response to a confession. That's an interesting point you made. I'm Catholic and was married in the Church, and that's a big reason I stayed with my mentally/verbally abusive husband for so long. Divorce was not an option for me. Then one day I went to talk to my priest, and he told me this: "First, God didn't intend for you to spend the rest of your life in misery. Second, your husband already broke his vows to you, so in this case, divorce is forgivable." As it turns out, my ex-dh was diagnosed with a terminal disease in his early 50s, and I would have been his caregiver if I'd stayed. I can only imagine what a hell it would have been.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 18:40:54
ID: 59024
3 weeks today that I haven't spoken to him. I always secretly wish he'd come to my job. I look for him sometimes. Or I wish he'd email me. I know he won't though. I miss you Robert. I always will even though I know we'll never be together again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 17:18:48
ID: 59041
Ghosted again. Fuck dating.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-13 03:53:28
ID: 59034
It’s been this way for years, so I stopped thinking about how abnormal ithe following may sound: on Christmas/birthdays/holidays, there are no phone calls/cards/presents/texts with ILs. They never give the kids any presents, so I suppose the kids in turn don’t give a toss about them, and my initial anger has hardened into general animosity and indifference. Before anyone accuses me of being crazy materialistic, I should clarify that there is a shit ton of backstory that doesn’t involve money.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 21:41:05
ID: 59030
In response to a confession. That's just ridiculous... I guess her dh was living up to his vows and promises while he was abusing her, huh?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 20:22:03
ID: 59029
DH and I still live together, but we're separated. He knows I was seeing someone. He also knows we broke up and that I've been extremely sad. He keeps asking what I need? What he can do? He even says he knows we can work out our problems. The thing is is I don't love him. At all. He's an alcoholic and needs helps but will only get it if I get back with him. Noooo! I can't. I also can't leave our home yet because of finances. Sigh.... Help me God!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 19:59:13
ID: 59026
Why, oh why, can’t I be one of those lucky bastards whose in laws die early?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 17:22:03
ID: 59010
So I guess it's stay with your sick abusive husband and take care of him in sickness and in health and that makes a person a victim? It was done out of compassion and vows. That's called living up to a promise made. Not too common these days.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-12 04:11:01
ID: 59017
DH, when you go on business trips, no one ever misses you. You’re a shit husband and a shit father. Maybe next time you go on a trip, just don’t come back,
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