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Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"

 
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06/29/2013 07:24 PM
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Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
"My husband was an easy-going, simple man.  He never complained about anything, helped with anything when asked, worked hard and made an above average living, didn’t cheat on me, didn’t drink, never hit me, and was a loving father.

His faults were many: sleeping too much, clowning around too much, being too interested in sports, not knowing how to cook, not remembering the names of his childrens’ teachers, not getting home before 6 pm because of his 2-hour commute, not liking poetry and art, and other heinous offenses.  All deserving of divorce, right?

The truth is that he endured years and years of my contempt, grinding criticism, big mouth, and deep character defects and he loved me in spite of it.

You see, he didn’t demand perfection like I did.  He was just there for me through the good and the bad, doing what a real husband does.  Too bad he didn’t have a real wife."


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06/29/2013 07:30 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
I did not open the link yet but I am going to guess that he is earning more money than ever before or he won the lottery.
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06/29/2013 07:36 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
Typical. Her "friends" who were probably already divorced most likely encouraged her to do it. Misery loves company.
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06/29/2013 07:38 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
Oh, poor her.

lol.

Whatever.
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06/29/2013 07:38 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
LOL....stupid female...just like a child
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
I did not open the link yet but I am going to guess that he is earning more money than ever before or he won the lottery.
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This ^^^.
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06/29/2013 07:41 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
I did not open the link yet but I am going to guess that he is earning more money than ever before or he won the lottery.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16185977


LOL. I was thinking more no one else wanted her like she thought they would or has been left time and time again. But this is very plausible too.

Anyone who fell for this kind of rubbish years later would be a fool. It just translates to you are better then nothing and I will cover it with lies.

WE ALL deserve to be the best thing the partner has ever met in their eyes. No one should ever be anything less or it is simply a contract to settle, and you will never know true happiness.

Must admit it made me laugh though how pathetic some people become when they realise what they deemed not good enough for them at the time, turns out to be the best they can get.
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06/29/2013 07:42 PM
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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
At least she is honest.A good warning to others.I hope you find your life back.
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06/29/2013 07:46 PM
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ok?

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Kalona

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07/24/2013 01:59 PM

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Re: Seven years later, woman deeply regrets divorcing her husband and former "best friend"
His faults were many: sleeping too much, clowning around too much, being too interested in sports, not knowing how to cook, not remembering the names of his childrens’ teachers, not getting home before 6 pm because of his 2-hour commute, not liking poetry and art, and other heinous offenses.  All deserving of divorce, right?
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If those are deserving of divorce, she didn't deserve marriage.

Those would have to be the stupidest reasons to get divorced.

Last Edited by Kalona on 07/24/2013 01:59 PM
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