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Divorce/Separation :
Engine started on the karma bus

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 leafields (original poster Member #63517) posted at 6:25 AM on Monday, September 13th, 2021

I wasn't painshopping.... Oldest DS came over to vent. XH showed up Labor Day weekend with no warning, schmoopie in tow. (XH now lives in another state, 9 hours away and is engaged.)

Schmoopie had a dream that he was cheating on her, and woke up screaming at him.

She had a dream that XH was a woman, so kept checking his "package" to make sure he was a he.

According to DS, XH was an emotional vampire and drained the life blood from DS.

Lea
Me: BW
Married 34 years, 3 DS
DDay #1: March 26, 2018, DDay #2 8/26/2019
Filed for D: 11/16/2020
D Final: 2/25/2021

posts: 637   ·   registered: Apr. 21st, 2018   ·   location: Washington State
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DeceivedInDetroit ( New Member #79302) posted at 4:13 PM on Monday, September 13th, 2021

Yes, we really do reap what we sow, the chickens come home to roost; and karma is a boomerang that comes back with more force than it was launched with.

I never badmouthed my X to my daughter. I just told her a limited version of the truth. Nobody really needs to dwell on their father doing what he did to me. But I also knew that he would set the dumpster on fire all by himself. He forged his reputation with his own hands. I didn't really need to say bad things about him.

Regarding my current situation, the very best punishment my husband will get, aside from losing me as his lackey and office manager, will be what happens to him at the hands of the OW. He made it clear that the only thing standing between their union and their happiness was me. Now, I am stepping out. I don't want to stand in the way of the happiness of the man that I devoted the past 17 or 18 years to.

I've got popcorn and a front row seat. Let the games begin.

Qui vole un oeuf, vole un boeuf.

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Sofarsogood ( Member #71991) posted at 4:34 PM on Monday, September 13th, 2021

The words "be careful what you wish for" should resonate here. Some people always want to chase the next big thing. All that behavior reveals is what they lack in themselves. Sooner or later, the newness wanes, and they become discontent. The most we can hope for is the satisfaction that those they thoughtlessly disregard go on to find the happiness and fulfillment they deserve.

posts: 272   ·   registered: Nov. 2nd, 2019   ·   location: Michigan
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thatbpguy ( Member #58540) posted at 3:02 AM on Tuesday, September 14th, 2021

The grass is greener only over the septic tank.

ME: BHHer: WWDDay 1, R; DDay 2, R; DDay 3, I leftDivorcedRemarried to a wonderful woman

"There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind." C.S. Lewis

As a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly...

posts: 4451   ·   registered: May. 2nd, 2017   ·   location: Vancouver, WA
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jb3199 ( Member #27673) posted at 11:49 AM on Tuesday, September 14th, 2021

The grass is greener only over the septic tank.

I wonder how many members remember Erma Bombeck? wink

BH-50s
WW-50s
2 boys
Married 28yrs.(together over 30yrs.)

All work and no play has just cost me my wife--Gary Puckett
D-Day(s): Enough
Accepting that I can/may end this marriage 7/2/14

posts: 3818   ·   registered: Feb. 21st, 2010   ·   location: northeast
id 8688406
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