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    Old 02-25-2009, 11:40 PM   #1
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    I have been married for about a year and a half, and am at the beginning of a fairly ugly divorce. My husband just walked out the other day, left no phone number...basically just fell off the face of the Earth.
    I am a full time student and mom, and he has been without employment since last May. Since then, he was spending quite a bit of time playing video games and more than occasionally looking at porn. I have asked him to help me out and try to find work, so I can focus more on school and being a mom. He never did. Throughout our marriage, I have been having problems with him and other women. He was having an apparent "emotional affair" via a certain online social networking site with an ex. He had slept with at least 2 other women while we were dating, of which I found out AFTER we had gotten married. Another, he would call quite often- stating she was an old friend....he happened to admit that he had feelings for her, while in a drunken stupor, on our 6 month wedding anniversary. I have never been able to let any of this go. I tried to discuss my hurt feelings with him, and he retaliated with " you have mental issues, youre crazy...get the "f" over it. If you are that insecure, you need to get help." He apologized once to shut me up. There has never been any real explanation as to why he did what he did....and absolutely no emotional support. I was crushed fully several times, and he chose to avoid the issues at hand.
    Anyway, I filed for divorce yesterday....and it is killing me. He literally snuck out of our house a few days ago; didn't even say goodbye to myself or to my kids. I have no idea where he went; all I keep thinking is perhaps he has another girlfriend??
    I know this sounds horrible, and trust me; at the time I was miserable. He didn't listen to me, nor did he care that he pushed my feelings aside. But I keep remembering our wedding day, and how happy I thought we were. It was very special to me. As I thought it was to him as well. I prayed that he would come to his senses, and realize what he was doing to me. Towards the last few days together, he would laugh at me when I stated how hurt I was by everything. I even have an STD that attacks the cervix, already had to undergo a couple surgeries to remove precancerous cells....I never had it before I knew him. I was with my ex boyfriend for 9 years and Im certain he was not cheating. He never left the house, and never had an opportunity. My husband was cold and found humor in my despair about the STD.
    Now, why the heck am I hurting so bad. I miss him terribly....I cry every chance I have when I am not in view of my kids. I cannot concentrate on my classwork, and I look out of my window from time to time to see if he decided to come home, fully apologetic. But nothing. I just do not understand how someone would be so stubborn to not admit to issues, and to just let our marriage go down the toilet. It is like we have never existed to him. I feel so lost without him; I want the pain to stop. I know what he was doing was wrong, I just cannot shake this hope that one day he will figure it out. Any advice on how to forget about it and move on? For my sake, and for my kids- I dont want to be so depressed anymore. I should resent him (which I do), but I dont understand the extreme sadness......

     
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    Old 02-26-2009, 07:40 AM   #2
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

    Wow. The only thing I can figure is that it's chemical. We all secrete pheremones that other people can detect on a subconscious level and it's what makes certain people attracted to certain other people. My guess is his pheremones were just really strong for you. I can think of no other logical, rational reason why you should be so distraught over losing such a horrible wretch of a man. You should be dancing for joy that this uncaring, unloving, insensitive, disrespectful dead weight is out of your life. But to cry every day because this guy's not there playing video games, ignoring you, telling you you're crazy, and that you have mental issues because you wouldn't "get over" the fact that he was romancing another woman, crying because he's not sitting around underfoot while you work yourself to death, bad mouthing and disrespecting you? It's gotta be chemical.

    It could also be a pride thing. You don't want to believe that you got it so wrong. that you could be such a bad judge of character and that you misread him and situation so badly. But we all make mistakes. That's no reason to tear yourself up and make yourself miserable. It doesn't sound like he ever really loved you, and now that he's gone, you are free to find a good man who will really love you. This is really a blessing in disguise. I hope one day you will be able to see that. You and your kids will be just fine. He wasn't contributing to your lives in any positive, substantial way anyway.

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    Old 02-26-2009, 08:15 AM   #3
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    LLM is on the money again. I agree with all she wrote, and will add one thing. You have been sociopathed. Thank your lucky stars every minute that this man got out of your life before he destroyed it completely. He will, by now, be love-bombing another poor woman and repeating his whole act over again. It is what these people do. Sera.

     
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    Mizz - you are not in love with this man; you are in love with the "potential" of this man. With the idea you had built of him and how it "could be" with him. You need to give up the fantasy (which is VERY hard to do, I know!!!) and keep reminding yourself that you dodged a bullet with this one. If he can treat you this way so easily, you need to seriously think hard about how he would have eventually treated your kids. This man has no respect for anyone but himself, wants instant gratification and does not care who gets hurt. Use your kids to help you get through this - think of their health (mental and physical) and how their mommy needs them as an example of how to live their lives and how to let people treat them.

     
    Old 02-26-2009, 09:53 AM   #5
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

    Are your kids from a previous partner? What I want to know is: are they his kids, too? It's a very bad thing to treat a wife like that, but it is even worse to treat one's own kids in the same way. I'm sorry for all you're going through. It's incredible just how fast we can be deceived about people! What I mean to say is when you married him a year ago, you had no idea that he would turn into this kind of husband. Or did you simply refuse to look at his shortcomings, in the hope that he would improve himself in time?

    No, I don't want you to feel guilty. On the contrary, it is perfectly right for you to feel relieved that he's gone away, although he'll probably come back one day. You probably aren't much aware of the relief yet, because it's mixed with sadness and frustration about your "loss", or rather, about what you consider to be a loss. Indeed, it is a loss, but it is the loss of a dream rather than of a person. But as the days move on, you'll begin to notice that your life feels better without the stress of his presence.

    If your description is right, this man has a very low self-esteem. There's treatment for that, but does he want it? A man without a job would feel as bad as an impotent man. I can hardly believe that he didn't even bother to search for work. That was the least he could have done. Did he hold such a high position (a CEO?) that anything below it would be degrading to him?

    Yes, I am sure that your pain will stop or diminish sooner or later. Apparently you made the right decision to divorce him. Now please look after yourself and protect your kids. Think of the possibility of his being violent when he learns about the divorce thing.

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    Old 02-26-2009, 11:14 AM   #6
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

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    I have been married for about a year and a half, and am at the beginning of a fairly ugly divorce. My husband just walked out the other day, left no phone number...basically just fell off the face of the Earth.
    I am a full time student and mom, and he has been without employment since last May. Since then, he was spending quite a bit of time playing video games and more than occasionally looking at porn. I have asked him to help me out and try to find work, so I can focus more on school and being a mom. He never did. Throughout our marriage, I have been having problems with him and other women. He was having an apparent "emotional affair" via a certain online social networking site with an ex. He had slept with at least 2 other women while we were dating, of which I found out AFTER we had gotten married. Another, he would call quite often- stating she was an old friend....he happened to admit that he had feelings for her, while in a drunken stupor, on our 6 month wedding anniversary. I have never been able to let any of this go. I tried to discuss my hurt feelings with him, and he retaliated with " you have mental issues, youre crazy...get the "f" over it. If you are that insecure, you need to get help." He apologized once to shut me up. There has never been any real explanation as to why he did what he did....and absolutely no emotional support. I was crushed fully several times, and he chose to avoid the issues at hand.
    Anyway, I filed for divorce yesterday....and it is killing me. He literally snuck out of our house a few days ago; didn't even say goodbye to myself or to my kids. I have no idea where he went; all I keep thinking is perhaps he has another girlfriend??
    I know this sounds horrible, and trust me; at the time I was miserable. He didn't listen to me, nor did he care that he pushed my feelings aside. But I keep remembering our wedding day, and how happy I thought we were. It was very special to me. As I thought it was to him as well. I prayed that he would come to his senses, and realize what he was doing to me. Towards the last few days together, he would laugh at me when I stated how hurt I was by everything. I even have an STD that attacks the cervix, already had to undergo a couple surgeries to remove precancerous cells....I never had it before I knew him. I was with my ex boyfriend for 9 years and Im certain he was not cheating. He never left the house, and never had an opportunity. My husband was cold and found humor in my despair about the STD.
    Now, why the heck am I hurting so bad. I miss him terribly....I cry every chance I have when I am not in view of my kids. I cannot concentrate on my classwork, and I look out of my window from time to time to see if he decided to come home, fully apologetic. But nothing. I just do not understand how someone would be so stubborn to not admit to issues, and to just let our marriage go down the toilet. It is like we have never existed to him. I feel so lost without him; I want the pain to stop. I know what he was doing was wrong, I just cannot shake this hope that one day he will figure it out. Any advice on how to forget about it and move on? For my sake, and for my kids- I dont want to be so depressed anymore. I should resent him (which I do), but I dont understand the extreme sadness......
    I understand your sadness /frustration;...obviously you once loved this man, that maybe why the sadness and hurt, if some day he don't figure it out or maybe he will someday for your sake as well as his childrens.
    not much you or anyone can do, he has to change because he realizes what a good realtionship he once had.

    Some men will come back beg for forgiveness and then start all over again.
    I'm sure him loseing his job has a lot to do with this obviously but that don't justify his infildelity or his unforgiven behavior, but like pendulum mention he should have look for work and do anything to make ends meet dishwasher whatever to save his marrige/family.

    The most loving most important thing he should have did was to love you and the family, not go off and hide his emotions ,because thats what this man is doing he's hiding and maybe he is somewhat ashame, maybe to stick by you help you encourage you or maybe he thinks he's a failure as a man.

    Having sex with women is just a mans way of letting out the frustration stress or what ever it is thats got him disturb and a man don't think rationaly when there in that state of mind...AGAIN THATS NO REASON TO ACT UPON SOME OF HIS SELFESH BEHAVIOR.

    Counsling will help you? your the only one that can get over him...maybe after the divorce you can? you will go on finish your school meet a decent lovng caring man and move forward , just try your best not to dewell or look out that window it will only depress you more and more.

    get out do something with the kids, stay to busy to busy to be dwelling on the past especially with his past.

    Look at this has a bad experince in your life and learn from it...no one knows what a person will be like in the furture , its not your fault this man has choose the wrong path in life....or change to only mess up your life, don't let that happen girl stay strong phyiscally and emotionally.
    Hang in there and hope for the best.

     
    Old 02-26-2009, 01:04 PM   #7
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! You all have hit the nail on the head. As I read, it has really become apaparent that I have fallen in love with an ideal; a dream of what I was so desperately hoping for with him. Trying to understand why he just didn't want the dream as badly as I did is devastating. When I first met him, he was charming and amazing. Thats who i fell in love with. Unfortunately it was a facade. Trying to get over the memories and the hopes for what could have been will take a long time; But you all have really hit home and made things much more clearer for me. Now I have guidance I can utilize to really help me with this situation. It even recently, there are still some happy memories that feel like a kick to the gut everytime I think about them. But I understand that those were not enough to forgive and forget his disgustingly selfish acts. I will keep working through this; if anything else arises I will keep you posted. Otherwise I am taking your advice and running with it =D
    Thanks again!

     
    Old 02-26-2009, 02:22 PM   #8
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!! You all have hit the nail on the head. As I read, it has really become apaparent that I have fallen in love with an ideal; a dream of what I was so desperately hoping for with him. Trying to understand why he just didn't want the dream as badly as I did is devastating. When I first met him, he was charming and amazing. Thats who i fell in love with. Unfortunately it was a facade. Trying to get over the memories and the hopes for what could have been will take a long time; But you all have really hit home and made things much more clearer for me. Now I have guidance I can utilize to really help me with this situation. It even recently, there are still some happy memories that feel like a kick to the gut everytime I think about them. But I understand that those were not enough to forgive and forget his disgustingly selfish acts. I will keep working through this; if anything else arises I will keep you posted. Otherwise I am taking your advice and running with it =D
    Thanks again!
    It sounds like you are describing my exhusband. The only difference is that before I threw him out (he wouldn't willingly leave on his own) things got physical. Thank your lucky stars that never happened!

    Nothing hurts more than waking up one day and finding that the person lying next to you is not the man you once knew. The sad thing is no matter how much you love or care for this person he will NEVER be the person she "should" be. You are lucky he left the way he did and eventually you will see that. The hurt will lessen over time and you will be grateful.

    I suggest changing the locks on your doors. Why? Because when he decides his jobless butt can't make it out there without you loving and supporting him he is going to expect to walk back in and have things be his way while he makes you feel to blame for being a bum he will find the reality of you not taking his bs anymore.

    Stay strong! I promise you it will get easier in time. Divorce is never easy no matter how much of a jerk the soon to be ex is. When there are children involved it's even harder. I also promise you that you will wake up one day relieved that that part of your life is over. Good luck!!!

     
    Old 02-26-2009, 07:52 PM   #9
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    Re: Will it ever stop hurting?

    mizz I' know this don't have much to do with making you feel better ..I was in a library and come upon a this....and was thinking about your post on these boards crazy I know...
    its called

    ''Nothing Suited Him''
    He sat at he dinner table there with discontented frown, the patatoes and steak were underdone and the bread was baked to brown.

    The pie too sour, the puddin too sweet, and the mince -meat much to fat
    The soup was greasy, too, and salt T was hardly fit for a cat.

    I wish you could taste the bread and pies I have seen my mother make
    They were something like, and t'would do you good
    Just look at that slice of cake''

    Said the smiling wife I'll improve with age
    Just now I'm but a beginner,
    but your mother called to see me today, And I got her to cook this Dinner''

     
    Old 02-26-2009, 08:00 PM   #10
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    I found as I get older the things we dread the most are problems we all face at times in our lives big ones ,small ones and some times the things we dread the most are not all that bad after we've lived them.
    basicly all thats forsure is we have to die.
    live life to the fullest and not let anyone ever take that away from you.

    will it ever stop hurting ..yes mam in time it will.
    My life has not been a bed of roses either the last two years.

    I was in a 10 year realtionship everything was fine couldn't ask for a better person to be with I felt blessed....she started having female troubles,'' cancer of the cervix'' and some more bad medical problems down there...she had an operation I was with her all the way, after she recover from female surgery, she seem to have change for the worse nothing suited her, we tried counsling, family talks everyone was supportive of our realtionship but her... finally I found out the reason's for her sudden change in behavior she could not have children or bare me a child...I wanted to adopt that was out with her.. I tried to pleased her to no vail and all I did for her was just not good enough , she has wealthy parents, she left threw away all we once had the love devotion to each other the committment was no loger, everthing just went out the window, I just could not win her heart back no matter how hard I tried and I tried everything under the sun believe me, I lOVED THIS WOMAN and to this day I never got over her but the hurting gets better every passing day.

    I realize this is a lot different from your problems but actually when you love someone and that someone changes and all of a sudden you don't have that person to love anymore yes it does hurt , my point is it does get eazier everyday, you may not never find a true closeure or get over him or why he seemd to change and not be the man you married... and wonder what might have been ect,,ect,,.but the hurt will soon fade away and you can go on with your life, your young and you have a wonderful life ahead of you take it and run with it.

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    Old 02-27-2009, 03:27 PM   #11
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    Thanks Chevyman and Happymom, I appreciate it. Been feeling a little more down today; it's good to hear your words. I still jump to look out the window when I hear a car, or I run to the phone each time it rings. But, it's never him. I wonder if he hurts like I do. Gut feeling is telling me no. But I continue to do what I can to move forward. A thing that has finally sunk in is that my 30th birthday is coming up next month, and at this age, Im afraid my window of opportunity is getting smaller....I dont want to be alone forver. The idea scares the heck of me. Thought I found the one, apparently I was dead wrong.....I try to think positively that there is someone out there for everybody, but judging by the luck I have had in the past, maybe thats not the case. I just thank my lucky stars for my daughters. I am so blessed to have them. Dont get me wrong, I am absolutely not looking for any type of relationshio, AT ALL, for a long time. I just think about the future, and being alone is terrifying to me. I feel like a failure, my friends are married to good people...they seem like happy families. I wanted that for us too. I feel embarrassed in a sense, like a failure. I am just so angry at him for refusing to feel the same. Thanks again !!!

    Still hanging in there.........

     
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    What would you do if he did come back? Most likely things would not change. He'd still be online having his "emotional affair" with that other woman, he still would be unemployed, he'd still be laughing at you instead of being apologetic and supportive about your STD (that you almost certainly got from him), he'd still be telling you that you have mental problems...would any of that make you happy? I'm willing to bet you were miserable all that time. So him coming back would NOT make you happy. You are wishing he'd come back a "changed man", realize he loves you, and will begin to treat you with love and respect. I know you know how minimal the chances of that are. He'd probably only come back for a free meal ticket and to have fun abusing you and watching you take it from him.

    I became single again at age 33. I too have a child. I made it on my own, though the first few years were a financial struggle. I have dated and had fairly long-term relationships (2 of almost 3 years, my most recent almost 4 years and still going), so being in your 30s is not a death sentance LOL. I am 42 and still men ask for dates. It's definitely possible to meet decent men and have a future with someone.

    You can make it...I know you can. Focus on your beautiful daughters and enjoy them. I know, my son is grown and away at college, so those years are precious.

     
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    Not only will you be fine but you and your children will be great. Him leaving is a blessing in disguise. He was a selfish jerk who (IMO) never loved you. You don't treat someone you love like dirt. Like the other posters said, you are grieving the loss of a dream. The disappointment is like when you see a magician perform an illusion and after time you see what he really did and the illusion is destroyed. That is what you have really lost is the illusion of who he was. How much stock can you put in a happy memory that was simply a performence put on by an actor pulling the wool over your eyes? Go ahead and let him and this relationship go. Mourn the loss of your hopes and dreams and this illusion but please do not ever mourn him. You are much better off without him.
    You are not to old to find happiness and happiness will find you in due time. For now focus on you and your beautiful children. Find strength in their love for you and whatever faith you may have. You have a long and wonderful life ahead of you, live it to the fullest.
    Good luck and best wishes.

     
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    I do not want to hurt your feelings, but no he isn't hurting. In fact, he's probably having fun. Some poor soul is taking care of him now and listening to either his charms or his stories about how awful things were with you. She's going to be his hero and rescue him. She will be his unemployed a**'s knight in shining armor. That's just how turned around our world is these day.

    Would it help you to get mad? For some folks getting mad gets them over the sadness.

    As the song says, everybody plays the fool. Really, this was a small bump in the road when you think in terms of your whole life. As the others have said, you should be very grateful he let you out of his web this easily.

    Hang in!

     
    Old 02-28-2009, 04:42 AM   #15
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    Nobody can say if he has felt hurt. Who knows for sure? That's not to say he isn't or he is.
    May be he does feel bad, may be he misses you, or may be not.
    I don't think that's what we should be concerned with her. We should be concerned with YOU and how you feel.

    This man is a coward, someone who lacks responsibility and integrity. People like him are never, ever winners in life. It may seem difficult to understand that or believe it. Trust me on that.

    But anyway, again, I do not want to dwell on negative things.

    I want to create a positive post for you. Men have been leaving women for hundreds of years. All of them got through OK. And so do you. Your beautiful daughter needs you.

    I would not take this man back if I were you. If he ever comes back that is.
    I would also recommend you start talking to your lawyer. As soon as your husband hears of this, he will probably come running back and convince you and give you all kinds of excuses. But you know they'll be excuses.
    Do you really want this kind of life for you and your daughter? Of course not.

    You need to accept how low you feel. Accept it. Feel it. Then you can slowly start to move on from it.

    Self help books are great. Doesn't mean you're crazy or desperate. They are packed with techniques to help with the grief, the anger, and the upset.

    Also, I think going to talk to someone professional would help you as well. It helps to talk to someone out of the box. It makes things clearer and is a huge weight off of your shoulders.

    You're going to need lots of support to get through this. If anything, do it for your daughter. Reach out and get help. Things like this aren't easy!

    Also, another suggestion, try doing fun activities with your daughter. She is probably picking up on this situation no doubt.

    Good luck.

    Remember, how awful this seems, you will get through it. Concentrate on giving yourself and your daughter a new life that you deserve, away from that pig

     
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