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Originally posted by dr_strangecraftMy advice is an "affirmative defense." You admit that you acted with the morals of an enron-executive, but that "it wasn't me," and give one or more of the following explanations:
1. I was really, really high. Oh my God! what did I do while I was out of it!?
2. I've been meaning to talk to you about this. I think I might be gay (or straight, depending) and I was trying to re-affirm my sexuality. Will you come to therapy with me???
3. I think I'm having a nervous breakdown. The death of (name of closest person to you that has ever died) is still affecting me. I guess I've never really come to terms with their death.
4. I didn't mean to hurt you. It's just that life seems to pointless, lately. I never do anything right. (begin sobbing) It seems like nothing really matters, like my life has no point or meaning, as if death is the only way out. (Start shrieking here, and do so until you're admitted to the "D" wing.)
[edit on 21-12-2004 by dr_strangecraft]
Originally posted by darkwolf3636
...See I knew that...ok than things change
Tell the guy your very sorry and if he doesnt take you back get someone else and make him jelous
Originally posted by TrueLies
plus we're married so I can't just go out and get a new man.