Not many would take it like you did and not try and get back. I applaud you!
0ne of the worse things out of all of it was my son's girlfriend and her became very good friends and one day she told him she wanted to get married and to have a baby maybe 3 years go by and she tells him again and this time if he does t do it she would break up with him. Well they broke up.. I asked him why. And he said his girl friend was just like his mom and he said the min they had a child she would do the same thing his mother did to me. He said. There I'd no way he could go through that .. I feel bad but I would want any one to go through what I did
Wow, wonder why he went with her at all and waste his time.
Yeah he said that she never used to be like that then his mom and her got really close I felt bad for the both of them both good kids he already got married and has a baby probably about 3 to six months something like that after they split up he was going to heartbroken but he's a six foot seven studs fireman paramedic so no matter what he'll do good
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I'm taking it that when a person gets older the money seems to be a problem less, even though when you get elderly your medical expenses go up. Not all people are so charitable.
The first part was a joke - - - second part is real. The real messy ones (divorces) are when there are kids involved and they are used as pawns between the two parents. eeeeewww
Seems to me you should have known him pretty well, depending on if you had a decent time frame for an engagement, say a year, or if you rushed into it like a lot do and got married within a month of meeting each other.
@Daniela1982 I agree 100%.
At 106 your foot is already in the grave and someone is tugging on it to pull you in.
Nope. I have another glorious 100 more years to go
I’m a different cat
Good move. With an Ex comes drama that no one needs.
I have maintained friendships with Ex girlfriends though
Lol. My prenup is going to make life hell for her -- and me -- if we ever get divorced. I'm going to put a contractual stipulation in there that says we both will have to have an "un-wedding.". Invite everyone back who came for the original wedding, and take the stand in front of them and publicly apologize for lying to all of them. And be forced to take questions from the audience and give honest answers for 2 full hours.We'll also be required to pay back the financial value of the wedding gifts, plus interest.And she'll be forced to wear a red dress with a D on it. (And myself a red tux with the same thing.)
@Jamie05rhs I don't think you could get her to sign it. But if she and you do sign you had better do your best to stay married or it might get awkward.
@Daniela1982 I'm not planning to not stay married. (Readers, please take note of the TWO "not"s in that sentence.)And I WILL do my best. That is my pledge before Almighty God in Heaven.(And by that I don't mean, "Well... I'll try my best...". No. I mean I am SERIOUS!)
@Jamie05rhs Good for you. Hope she feels the same.
@Daniela1982 Thanks! 😊
That is always the best way.
I guess it depends on who the judge thinks will be the best parent. When one works and the other doesn't it's most likely the one not working that get's the kid and child support. I've know a lot of guys get the kids because mom was a drug addict or alcoholic.
No, in this case it was who had the better lawyer.
@msc545 What do divorce lawyers and catfish have in common? They are both bottom feeders.