posted on Apr, 18 2016 @ 10:47 PM
a reply to: BO XIAN
Thanks...wish I'd of run across this kind of information some 30+ years ago. My ex-deceased husband thought he was literally "God's Gift to Women". In
other words, his zipper was gravitationally challenged. I loved him, but twice (that I caught him) was enough. Walking out on a thriving practice, 3
sons, brand new home w/acreage, and, least of all obviously, me for something that looked like Sylvester Stallone with long hair/bangs and a body like
Olive Oyle (he even admitted he couldn't find a t-t on her anywhere!)...oh, but get this...she was a " born again hippy". GOD! (wretching sounds)
THEN, best day of the whole mess was when, a year and a half later, he phones me and told me that 6 weeks aftef he'd married her...she walked out on
him! I made all sorts of socially unacceptable gestures at the phone, as well as mouthing them too!
Do I sound bitter...yes. Poke me with a pin and I'll leak acid. Yes, even after all this time. I'm ashamed for it, and I've fought this battle for so
long till I can hardly tell up from down anymore. Lost my middle son last year to top wonderful life off. His favorite son to boot. No, I haven't seen
a grief therapist because I can't afford it...thanks to "Medi-we-could-care-less" jacking co-pays up so high. So, it's just me, four walls, 2 cats, my
(bless his heart, and thank God for him) youngest son.
So, YES, people...pay heed and and exercise the wise words of the above article and AVOID a noncommutative life. It can mean, sometimes, life or death
for a relationship. Please, make it life!
Sorry for the rant...and, PLEASE, don't ANYONE jump on me too hard. I do such a wonderful job of that all on my own.