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EON_MagicMan

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#11 13 years ago

That's rough :/.

May I ask why she's divorcing you?




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#12 13 years ago

Marapetshttp://womansdivorce.com/

:)[/quote] That would help if I were a woman. heh.

OverwatchDivorce should not be legal. I think if you've made the decision to marry someone, you have to live with the decision, just like abortion. You have made the commitment to that person, and just cause you 'change your mind' doesn't mean you can leave them. Look at Hollywood marriages, its not a case of if its a case of 'when' and that just goes to show how pathetic we all are with commiting. When it comes down to violence and abuse, that'd completely different, and adultery.

I only partially agree with you. I made a commitment to my wife. I vowed I would always be by her side and support her through anything. Unfortunately it looks as though I'm the only one who took the vow seriously.

[quote=EON_MagicMan]That's rough :/. May I ask why she's divorcing you?

Honestly, I don't know 100%. She's not happy anymore. I thought things were going well. We were both working, financially we were going to be better than ever. I knew we had gone through a little rough patch but I was trying my hardest to fix it....

I thought things were going to be okay, but I got home on Friday and found her sitting on the couch. She told me she'd been thinking about it for about a month and that was it. Her mind was made up. There was nothing I could do or say to change her mind.




Marapets

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#13 13 years ago

heh. I "forgot" you were a guy :D http://www.healthyplace.com/communities/depression/men_4.asp mucho better site any how




EON_MagicMan

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#14 13 years ago

How long were you married?




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#15 13 years ago

Marapetsheh. I "forgot" you were a guy :D

http://www.healthyplace.com/communities/depression/men_4.asp

mucho better site any how[/quote] "This may be the reason that they often don’t ask for help when they become depressed. Men tend to feel that they should rely only on themselves and that it is somehow weak to have to depend on someone else, even for a short time."

I've felt that way more than once. Honestly, depending how I do for the next few days I will probably seek a counselor.

[quote=EON_MagicMan]How long were you married?

Our two year anniversary was April 9th of this year. We made it just over two years.




Marapets

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#16 13 years ago

oh, april 9th :( just made it. yeah... seek some profesional help. Although it allways sounds funny it actually helps Not to get TOO personal, but when I was 16 (ok I'm 17 now) I OD on pills over being compulsive, no one would have guessed I was.. neither did I BUTTT I got shiped off to a mental hospital-which my god this girl in there you don't even know, can't even fathom it, anyways, the "doctors" actually do a dandy job. I still struck up an attitude because my room-mate was some.. compulsive liar... buttt the "doctors" that you had to go to to just talk to were actually pretty cool. I would have never guessed that I actually stress out until I recaped of my day-I thought I was stress free.. lol anyways my point being, my room mate was a complete arrogant irritating fool that will bug me for the rest of my life, and profesional help does help even if you don't see you have a problem :)

even if you're feeling dandy, you never know if you're bottling up stress... which man o man I had NO idea I did.. but now I know why I had a stomach ulcer.. lol




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#17 13 years ago
Marapetsoh, april 9th :( just made it. yeah... seek some profesional help. Although it allways sounds funny it actually helps Not to get TOO personal, but when I was 16 (ok I'm 17 now) I OD on pills over being compulsive, no one would have guessed I was.. neither did I BUTTT I got shiped off to a mental hospital-which my god this girl in there you don't even know, can't even fathom it, anyways, the "doctors" actually do a dandy job. I still struck up an attitude because my room-mate was some.. compulsive liar... buttt the "doctors" that you had to go to to just talk to were actually pretty cool. I would have never guessed that I actually stress out until I recaped of my day-I thought I was stress free.. lol anyways my point being, my room mate was a complete arrogant irritating fool that will bug me for the rest of my life, and profesional help does help even if you don't see you have a problem :) even if you're feeling dandy, you never know if you're bottling up stress... which man o man I had NO idea I did.. but now I know why I had a stomach ulcer.. lol

Oh, I definitely know there's a problem here. It's just at the moment I've got too many things I need to take care of before I can start to take care of myself. At the earliest I'd have to wait until my next pay period to seek a counselor. For now I'll just have to rely on the helpfulness of my friends.




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#18 13 years ago

well thats good. There are forums and such I saw googling divorce that you can join-talk to people with similar problems etc Wish you the best of luck getting through this bump... or rather must seem like a mountain in your life :\




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#19 13 years ago
Marapetswell thats good. There are forums and such I saw googling divorce that you can join-talk to people with similar problems etc Wish you the best of luck getting through this bump... or rather must seem like a mountain in your life :\

Thanks, I appreciate it.




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#20 13 years ago

MarapetsSo if someone makes the choice to be with someone and finds out they're a mass murderer or rapist and starts to abuse them, they made the choice so they HAVE to be harmed Theres a line to be drawn, and mental harm is no different than physical.[/quote] Yes, because it's not like a made an exception for this in my post.....I wait yes I did, silly you

[quote=Beef Flaps] You are out of your mind and know nothing about this subject. I suggest you go back to Atari. This is not about how a child feels about adult topics such as divorce.

Don't kids say the darnest things? Last time a checked, marriage was expressing your love to someone through commitment. There is no rush to get married, you have as long as you want to find the person you love, and according to what basically the entire world agrees on, 'true love' is eternal and all of that corny stuff, so if that's the case, make a 'thought out' decision. Try for one second ignore the fact there is an option of divorce and think it through. Like dysfunctional is saying, it's becoming difficult for him, marriage is something to fall back on........ wait, I'm 16 that made no sense......well I've got news for you people, Doogie Howser was a doctor by my age, and I bet he had an opinion. And Dysfunctional I'm sorry if I've offended, this is just my opinion.