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Friday, August 17, 2012

Oh fudge! I just had a very interesting conversation with one of my husband's friends. He told me things I've been suspecting for quite some time. Now what do I do with this knowledge. My husband would of course just tell me what he thinks I want to hear. That's what he always does. This guy isn't the greatest guy in the world himself and I'm not fond of hanging out with him too much because he can be a jerk and quite embarrassing. It's not like he called to tell me things, it just happened. We were supposed to meet him to go to a comedy club tonight and he was calling to tell my husband that his radiator was shot and he wasn't going to make it to the show. My husband wasn't home so we just started talking. Now I really feel like I screwed my life up.
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NOCALORIES 8/25/2012 5:27PM

    You have a challenge,but with clear thinking and talking it out to a friend you trust it is possible to work it out. I have no answers so my reaction would be to go to the Lord and pray. I trust His love for me and know He will help me. You are special continue living and doing your best.

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LADYDARYA 8/19/2012 10:31AM

    It's hard to tell you what you should do, or to give advice because the bottom line is what do *you* think you should do? Is it going to be productive to address these issues? If you do talk with whomever is involved is it going to change things? Do you demand change? How does this screw up your life if you already suspected it but didn't have it confirmed and can you really trust the source? I'm the type of person that would sit down with the other and tell them straight up no bull that I want truth and I want to work on these things and if they can't then we really have a problem but, as I know from experience with my own family, it is always easy to say that you will do that but then....don't want to rock the boat so to speak. I know none of this is helpful but take it slow, take some deep breathes and see what you want from your life.

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1STATEOFDENIAL 8/17/2012 10:16PM

    This sounds ominous, so I'm offering that if you would like to talk to me about it (totally your choice) and get a different perspective from someone totally removed from the situation (as opposed to family or a close friend) feel free to send me a sparkmail. The way you said this I have a few ideas in my head, but I really hope my thoughts are worse than the actual. Still, I'm here if you need a sounding board.

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NANCYPAT1 8/17/2012 8:23PM

    I guess it would depend on what "things" your hubby's friend told you, who they were about, and what if any difference your actions would make. How did you screw your life up (NO, you don't have to share THAT, but answer it for YOURSELF). How accurate would you think this guy's "things" are would also make a difference about what you might do. Is he attracted to you? Are you attracted to him? Was he bad-mouthing someone else - like maybe your hubby? Take some time to really think BEFORE you do anything more.

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