Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 11:29:19
ID: 61242
no, DH isn't abusive or cheating or anything. i want a divorce simply because i don't want to be married anymore. that's it. not that i need anyone's permission but why can't people accept this as a good enough reason?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 05:18:47
ID: 61193
I miss you Robert. It's been 5 months and I still think about you. And I hate it. I can't wait until you're a small distant memory.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 05:18:20
ID: 61210
In response to a confession. "If there's one thing I took away from marriage counseling, it was to own your part in the relationship." Yup. My ex's abuse wasn't my fault, but owning up to my codependency and facing my abusive childhood was my responsibility. That was a bitter pill to swallow.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 05:17:17
ID: 61228
Ma. Meeting new people is hard. You just have to be willing to put yourself out there and don't know what will happen. I planned a lunch today and one of the women literally went off went we got on the topic that set her off. Yikes. It was weird amongst new acquaintances.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-05 03:32:36
ID: 61237
If I could sleep 24/7 I think I would. I go through the motions, do the bare minimum (I stayed awake for almost two hours doing laundry today! YAY!), and feel like I'm on the verge of tears all the time. DH and I had planned to go to a classic car show today, but the thought of putting on a bra and underwear was just too much. He tries to engage me; tells me jokes and engages me in current events. I just respond best I can and leave the room. While lying in bed watching mindless TV it occurred to me....I find no joy in my life.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-04 21:24:03
ID: 61230
DH has voluntarily estranged himself from my family and we live close to most of his family. There is a wedding coming up for one of his cousins that we never see and DH wants me to come to it with him. But it happened that my aunt's birthday is the same weekend and I really would much rather spend the time with her and my family instead. If he insists on me coming to this stupid wedding, I will tell him how effing selfish he's being. I barely ever get to see my family and he gets so huffy when I choose to spend time with them instead of with his family that I see all the damn time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-03 23:44:47
ID: 61219
In response to a confession. You're entitled to be upset. Honestly, I'd be wondering what else he lied about - big or small. If he can live with a constant, daily lie about something he knew was important to you, he can lie about anything. He can't be trusted.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-03 23:07:36
ID: 61215
If I hadn't been so young and brainwashed by our church, I wouldn't have gotten married. The only saving grace I have is that DH will almost certainly die before I do, so I'll at least have a few years of time alone to do things I like to do without having to cook for, clean up after, and take care of my DH.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-03 13:04:56
ID: 61209
In response to a confession. He usually didn’t smoke around home. He’s got a motorcycle so would go for rides, and a truck, that I thought I smelled smoke in but he poo-poo’ed that. In fact, in spite of eating Hall’s cough drops I’d get faint wisps and outright ask if he was smoking. He always said no and acted like he was offended that I’d even consider it. He was very good at masking the smell, but acted like I was crazy when I’d question him. One more reason why I got so upset.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-08-03 02:43:31
ID: 61208
I have a question for you, and I'm in no way trying to be disrespectful or blaming, or any other negative thing. I'm just truly curious and puzzled how you couldn't smell the cigarette smoke on him? I work with a smoker and the smell is so noticeable as soon as she walks into the office that our manager had a talk with her about her needing to mask the smell with perfume.
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