posted on Apr, 4 2017 @ 07:12 PM
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: knowledgehunter0986
I went to a therapist once because I tried to kill myself.
He looked at me and said, "You can't do anything right".
This reminds me of the time I was going to marriage counseling with my first wife. It was our second year of marriage counseling and my wife was
dealing with some really heavy issues. I wanted to have kids and she didn't want to. It turns out her father-in-law inappropriately fondled her
boobs when she was a teenager. I had issues but her issues were really a big deal. On top it all her father-in-law was a psychologist and monumental
a hole. He really twisted her up. Our sessions were getting really intense and very difficult. One day she announced she was leaving me. She said
she was moving to California and that she had been having a online relationship with some guy she met at some business conference.
So I end up going to the therapist after my wife left. The first words out of my mouth to the therapist were, "I'm cured!" I think I went once or
twice more by myself but going to marriage counseling by yourself after your wife left you kind of defeats the purpose of it.
It all worked out fine. My second wife is 10 years younger than me. And I love her dearly. I have two great kids. Life is good. At this point
though, I don't think I'm going to get my half of the $30,000 dollar my first wife took out of our checking account with her to California. What's
also really funny is couple of years ago I looked up my first wife on the internet. She had posted some pictures. What stunned me was the guy she
left me for looked like my twin brother! It was really weird. He had a lot more money than I do and really nice big sail boat. Whatever.
I would not trade my boys with my second wife for anything in the world. My second wife is my baby mama and is sacred to me. But still, pain builds
character. I have way too much character in my opinion!
edit on 4-4-2017 by dfnj2015 because: typos