chuck123 wrote:I thought I had an amicable divorce. I made her feel "invisible", in that I overwhelmed her personality. There was nothing I could do to fix it. Fifteen years of marriage, and two kids and that's what I got. Five more years of groveling and being a total pu$$y, we get divorced. I did fine, I didn't get screwed on the deal. This week she sent a text to me, meant for her lover. Heavy stuff. "Love you....Soulmate....". She owned up to the fact that it was workplace attraction, five years ago. Friendship grew into love, but because of his "complicated" situation (being married?), it never got physical. So for all you other idiots out there, don't believe it for a second. These negative guys on this board are all on point. "They're all sisters"
I was in such shock when I read this, at that moment it made me realize that I was nothing more than a meal ticket. I guess the only solace here is that "the other" that she was in love with was actually playing her and this passage is what woke me up that everything was now over and she was not who I thought she was.
The saddest thing is that she threw away our son's intact family over this fantasy.
Looking back I want to nominate myself biggest idiot award, but I see my fellow brothers are vying for it also, maybe a shared award
And just like the stats say, the dude she left me for split it off in less than a year.
MegaDad wrote:She went to a convention for 3 days and when she came back it was like a switch had been flicked and all the emotion was gone.
Trevor wrote:MegaDad wrote:She went to a convention for 3 days and when she came back it was like a switch had been flicked and all the emotion was gone.
It wasn't a switch that got flicked, it was a little man in a pink canoe.
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