(Closed) Lost in translation

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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6998 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

I dont have much advice in what you should do. Maybe seek out a professional, a counselor maybe…someone that will be able to give you real advice on how to handle that situation and possibly save your marriage.

on a side note.. people in this world (possibly that women) are crazy.. i have read some intense stories about things like this actually happening. I think you need to think about your kids and what is best for you and them. 

Post # 5
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111 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

The more I think about this, the madder I get. Why in the h*** would you allow your husband and this woman to continue to carry on like this? Once is bad enough and grounds for a D I V O R C E, but twice having to ask it stop??? Really???

Cut this man loose. He is a bonafied PIG!!! You don’t want your daughters being taught that it is okay for men to treat women with such disrespect.

Post # 6
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565 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

you asked him once, and he promised he would stop.  but then you asked him again, so obviously, he broke his promise.  i think that shows you right there how much he actually respects you.  this “husband” of yours isn’t worth the dirt you’re walking on, and you’re letting him get away with it.  as long as he knows you’re not going to do anything about it, he’s going to continue to do it!  i know you have two daughters with him, but do you want your daughters to grow up thinking this is what a normal relationship is?  that it’s ok for their boyfriend/husband to walk all over them?  you have to leave, for your daughters.  you deserve someone who you can trust and will respect you.  and you will be happier, and a better mother, for it.

Post # 7
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353 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

What’s your relationship with your husband like in general? Are you two happy together?

Having children complicates everything but sometimes (and I’m not saying that’s the case here) walking away from a bad situation is the best thing for everyone involved. Do you think you could rebuild your relationship with your husband and trust him again?

I know you’re probably worried about upsetting your daughters and changing their family situation but as a child of divorced parents myself, although the breakup was upsetting that’s the best thing that could have happened. Like someone said earlier, try to focus on what’s best for you and your daughters.

All the best.

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