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what the hell. we're not married anymore.
We were engaged when my daughter was conceived. But we did have to alter our plans though...although more at the insistence of my former mother in law than anything.
My wife's ex-husband was killed in a car accident not too long ago. She was pretty shaken by it but they had been divorced for 13 years and hadn't spoken in that time.
I wouldn't piss on her teeth if her face were on fire.
would you try putting out the fire with gasoline?
that's cruel. i would put it out with a wet chain.
pics of your wife.
getting ploughed by her ex.
I kind of have an odd spin on this. My wife got married at 18, divorced at 21. Her ex lives in Texas and the only time she has seen him since we've been married (over a decade) was at a funeral a few years back. Otherwise there has been zero contact. She does, however, still have a very close relationship with her ex in-laws. To the point that our son considers them to be his grandparents Seeing as my father passed before he was born, my mom is elderly and not in the best of health and my wife's parents have little to no interest in him, we were happy to have someone that was willing to fill that role for him. I have come to know these people and view them as family friends as their son rarely comes up - they have only recently begun communicating with him after a decade+ long silence. It does pop into my head once in a while what their original relationship with my wife was, but since that all happened years before I knew any of them and they all moved on from it, it doesn't bother me at all.
This post was edited by Cement23588 13 months ago
I don't hate my ex, but do like it that we communicate as little as possible & usually via text. I don't respect her much, so it helps if we interact as little as possible.
I'm right in the middle as we speak, expect divorce to be final within a couple month or so. 13 years, and a 12 year old son who we have both been very involved with. We live far away from immediate family which is a blessing and a curse. Neither one of us is young. We have daily contact, and so far no major issues. I expect that to continue given how we plan on parenting.
This is by far the hardest thing that life has thrown at me. How to start drawing lines between yourself and someone you had unconditional feelings for, and being the one who was walked away from. Sadness, guilt, failure, loss of confidence in your own judgement. You name it I've felt it, but no anger.
I would love to chase my ex down the side of the road with an ax. Problem is she is so fat now I would catch her way too fast and I think she would swallow the ax like the Sandman. I suspect her husband and stepkids would enjoy the show though...
Funny thing is I didn't hate her in the beginning - I was just glad to be done with her. But 13 years of bullshit meddling, ridiculous court appearances and parental alienation sure changes things.
Behold the walls of Sparta: 10000 men and every one a brick.
Divorce rates are the reason I waited 10 years before I got married. My wife and I are on the 2nd year of marriage, 12th year together.
I'm seeing reality show
Thanks for sharing
That was my thinking too. I have been divorced 5 years
The last words I said to my ex were "Leave your key when you finish moving your stuff out". That was 6 years ago. Haven't seen or heard from her since. That's the way to do it. She goes her way, you go yours.
The whole mess is on me. She showed me her true colors at least a dozen times before we got married and I still married her. I was head over heels with the person I wanted her to be. People are who they are, not who you make them out to be. Lesson learned. If I had the mindset I have now back then I would have dumped her on her ass at the first show of psycho behavior.
This thread gonna get ugly when Pantry finds it.
Knibb High football rules
Where chronic illness is involved (the case for us) the divorce rate is somewhere around 75%.
I beg to differ. My ex was a dud in bed and she's a crazy bitch.
So my buddy marries this Colombian whore. Great to look at but divorced and mother of two horrible Columbian kids. The ex lived in Miami and never paid child support. Well five years into the marriage she ties to convince him to adopt her kids. He calls me and I say don't do it. Child support on two kids not your own is not a good idea. She goes balastic and decides she wants another child. This guy has two kids from a prior marriage and he's already paying support on those kids. I say why are you doing this.? Another kid? Well, her plan was set. She convinces him to go forward. Well they have a kid. Two years post kid she decides she need LIpo and new tits. He pays for it. Then they start swinging in Miami. He thinks life is great. Well shortly after going to hedonism and banging everything she decides he's a creep and files for divorce. She now has child support guaranteed on at least one kid. She moves back to Colombia and treats him like shit. She's always picking a fight and he's is miserable. She set him up and he knows it.
This post was edited by Tanfan 13 months ago
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
Another buddy just divorced. His wife of 15 years cheated on him. He calls me all distraught. I remind him he cheated on her all the time. Stop being a pussy since you were not loyal either. He nearly has a nervous breakdown over it. I say why are you so upset dude you effed around way more.
This thread is depressing.
Who all has bets on how long my marriage will last? Together 8 yrs, married 3.5.
This post was edited by Dendrobates 13 months ago
I've seen that too, never understood it. I mean, of course they aren't happy tWife is cheating, but guys who cheat all the time seem to take it worse than guys who wouldn't even think about doing it.
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