Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-06-07 18:25:45
ID: 55274
In response to a confession. If this is the same OP that previously wished her DH dead, then I am starting to believe you may be the problem. Why waste your time wishing for these things, and spend it a little move productively by bettering you live by removing yourself from these people?? Or maybe you are just a troll?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-07 14:13:59
ID: 55269
If I won some kind of free wish where I could choose who would die: DH or in laws, I’d have a very hard time choosing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-07 00:57:13
ID: 55263
In response to a confession. Yep, OP, all the time.. I think of that saying about how you're only one choice away from a different life.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-07 00:03:32
ID: 55244
Hanginin, we still don't know if this kid exists or not. All we know is from the one "your son is graduating" message on FB. Dh just wanted to know what to do in the event they/he shows up on our doorstep. One Google search will give her our address. Granted, it's unlikely because we live across the country from his ex, but still. It's fucked up. Our lawyer said dh did the right thing by blocking her on social media, and actually said dh should have been firmer in telling her to cease all contact. Haven't heard anymore from her, so hopefully it was just a crazy attempt to get his attention and the mystery son doesn't exist.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-07 00:03:16
ID: 55243
Why would her husband have any obligation to a grown child he never knew? It's not his fault the mom didn't tell him she was pregnant. Normally, I'd be taking the mom's side but what she did isn't right. Why is he the bad guy? If I was in this situation, I wouldn't even bother with a paternity test at this point.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-06 22:49:10
ID: 55261
In response to a confession. How did your DH's meeting with his lawyer go? Did he tell him not to do anything? Inquiring minds, ya know. LOL
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-06 16:53:50
ID: 55256
Have you ever thought about getting in the car and never going home? The desire to do just that is so strong right now that I'm going to blow off grocery shopping. I'm really afraid that I'll just keep going.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-05 00:11:32
ID: 55233
In response to a confession. I'm the op. Dh is meeting with our lawyer tonight to figure this out, just in case it's true. It's just so incredibly fucked up. We don't know if the mom is looking for money or if the kid is harboring some sort of fairytale dream of meeting his father. Dh doesn't want anything to do with either of them, which is also fucked up, but I don't blame him. I don't think there's any protocol that dictates how someone should feel in this sort of situation, hence his "interesting" reaction.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-04 22:56:28
ID: 55240
In response to a confession. Lol.. This reminds me of a King of Queens episode I saw the other night. Carrie tried to learn to strip for Doug but she was awful at it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-04 22:01:43
ID: 55239
I asked DH if he wants to go on an Alaska'cruise next June for our anniversary. He said no. I'm not sure we'll last that long anyway. :-(
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