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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-09 07:55:09
ID: 61300
In response to a confession. You’re a stronger woman than I. I’d try to work it out- I’d try again. Why not? Pain is always around. If not this, something else. Be healthy, let him support you quitting, find love.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 22:02:23
ID: 61316
In response to a confession. DH’s tests for lung cancer can’t be scheduled until a week from tomorrow. Being a ‘fixer,’ this gives me 8 days to worry myself into a frenzy. For those who have experienced this, please tell me what your coping mechanisms are/were because I’m about to flip out.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 17:39:54
ID: 61315
DH had his regular check up today. His doc wants him to have a CT to rule out lung cancer. The whole lying to us about quitting thing seems so petty now. Yet I’m going through an emotional gauntlet.....mad at him for not quitting, and wondering how the hell I could go on without him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 11:58:09
ID: 61303
In response to a confession. i agree. why fight to be with someone who doesn't want to be married to you anymore, regardless of the reason? if my husband said he didn't want to be with me anymore because the sky was blue, i'd let him go. it would suck of course but i'd feel way worse if i found out my husband was only with me because he felt pressure to, not because he wanted to. at least that way i could be free to find someone who actually did want to spend the rest of their life with me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 04:47:54
ID: 61265
In response to a confession. Lol! Fuck that fire and brimstone bullshit! Not wanting to be in a relationship is a pretty valid reason to end a marriage. If my husband didn't feel like being married to me anymore, I'd be sad, but I sure as hell wouldn't want to stay in the marriage. You can't even work with that. If you want your marriage to work like that, cool. I'll be over here, getting divorced and being happy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 04:43:56
ID: 61252
I haven't seen or spoken to him since he broke up with me in January, we saw each other in February when he wanted to reconcile and I told him to never contact me again. He called me tonight wanting to talk. We text each other, then talked for 3 hours on the phone. He wants me back, but I don't trust him. He didn't cheat on me, just broke up with me because of distance, our communication and my smoking. We did disagree about my smoking, but never had issues with the other 2 things. I'm not sure I should give him another chance to break my heart again? Have you ever been dumped and the guy wants you back not once, but twice and it works out? Should I just move on?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-08 03:25:02
ID: 61299
In response to a confession. Fuck, Yes. Could not agree with you more. Marriage means absolutely nothing to some people anymore. Why the fuck even get married if maybe you'll change your mind down the road, or just because you feel like it, or you think you've outgrown your spouse, or you're bored with them, or now you're too good for them. And divorce affects more than just those two people. It makes a significant impact on any children involved (minor or adult), and the families involved, and mutual friends. So if you go into marriage with such a casual self-centered attitude, make sure the person you're marrying is perfectly fine with the possibility of being rejected and abandoned at some point.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 21:43:44
ID: 61289
In response to a confession. Nope. She DOES have to defend her decision, to her spouse for one. Look that person you promised to love forever... look him in the eye, and tell him that he hasn't done anything wrong but you want a divorce because you don't want to be married anymore. It makes her sound like a whiny 10th grader and not a grown woman who should know better. Relationships aren't disposable. People aren't disposable. You want your freedom? Then expect to have to defend your reasoning because the other person DESERVES it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 03:09:00
ID: 61268
In response to a confession. I respectfully disagree. If she's unhappy then that's the ONLY reason she needs to end her marriage. And she shouldn't have to defend her decision.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-07 00:24:44
ID: 61263
In response to a confession. Because it's NOT a good enough reason. In case you missed it, marriage vows are meant to be for life. Not until it gets difficult, or until you get bored. If there are problems, you work on them.
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