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Divorce Support This forum is for discussing the emotional aspects of divorce: stress, anger, betrayal of trust and more.

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Old 01-02-2019, 12:55 PM
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It is over. Hire a lawyer. Seek spousal support and the equalization of assets. Treat it as a death. Most men die well in advance of their spouse. Just look at it like you are a widow. At your age any children you have are adults and you will always have them in your life. A partner is not a necessity to enjoy life.
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Old 01-02-2019, 06:17 PM
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look at it like you "dodged a bullet" - I do.

you could have been stuck being his nursemaid for eternity. eeek!
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Old 01-04-2019, 07:56 AM
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Thank you everyone for your comments and encouragement. It really does help. I guess in my heart I do know that it is over. Yes, my kids are adults and they are very supportive. It’s too bad that they now have no relationship with him. They have a lot of disappointment, pain and lack of respect for him. Not sure if any of us can recover from that. But, we will move on.

My husband recently was in Ireland and while there, he researched some of his family history. My kids find it ironic that he is more interested in his dead relatives than his living ones. Ha, ha.
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Or maybe he really wants to know from which Irish duchebag he got his assholeness from

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