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20years since DD and I have yet to bring him peace...

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Thanksgiving2016 posted 10/30/2019 20:27 PM

Personally I think she and her husband have romanticized it in a way and since they have never experienced it before cannot relate. Until you live it cannot comprehend the depth of a he devastation and are unable to comprehend or relate.

[This message edited by Thanksgiving2016 at 8:30 PM, October 30th (Wednesday)]

nekonamida posted 10/30/2019 22:23 PM

Ignorance and romanticism sound like part of it but I think Ellie's on to something deeper.

JBWD posted 10/31/2019 00:05 AM

Recommend we catch our breath...

SC I know you’re feeling defensive here- But even in your first post you stated you didn’t know what you hoped to accomplish with such a vague post: Consequently any statement regarding how the forum “doesn’t know the situation” is a self-fulfilling prophecy. No matter, if there’s specific questions you have think about it and ask them- We’re here to help.

still-living posted 11/1/2019 06:10 AM

..... put right what I BROKE.

Mark my words, you are not going to "make" your husband happier. This extra happiness that he is demanding needs to come from within him. You are currently not punching him in the mouth. HE needs to grow up and stop crying. HE needs to perform his own work.

Is substance abuse or alcoholism involved in this problem? Maturity is lacking.

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