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Posted: 4/9/2012 11:59:45 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by searchwarrant:

I'm very impressed. Graceful and class approach toward the problem. I don't know you but you obviously have taken a great deal of time and thought writing these words which I personally consider believable. 

Sense a great deal of truth here. Hope you two work it out. She's being very reasonable.


Are you serious?  This girl is cyber stalking him ..... I can tell from one post on the internet that she is an absolute whack job.  GTFO while you can and good luck with the kids.  


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Posted: 4/10/2012 1:03:49 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by LeafsNeedD:


Are you serious?  This girl is cyber stalking him ..... I can tell from one post on the internet that she is an absolute whack job.  GTFO while you can and good luck with the kids.  


well the two of them can discuss it bud. darn do you know anyway?

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Posted: 4/10/2012 1:44:32 PM
I split with my ex over a year ago. We were together for 6 years and had 2 children together. I was there everyday for those kids, and in Canada each parent has equal rights upon seperation if each parent has been there for the children.

So now I get my kids 50% of the time and she gets the other half. Seems logical and fair and it is what the children want as well.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 2:01:28 PM
Reading that post, assuming it was from the women, sounded pretty reasonable, I agree with search. Someone isn't being fully forthcoming here.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 2:53:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Peters821:



My ex started dating other guys and didn't want a romantic relationship with me anymore.  She didn't want to get divorced, as I was the one paying the bills and she was unemployed.  But, if she didn't cheat on me,  I would have tried to work it out, as much as possible.  Personally, I would want to see my kids grow up and be a part of their lives. 

Don't get me wrong, I still love my husband. We just have a difference of opinions . This sounds like some make up sex is in order. It seems like "Peters" is disgruntled about the romantic aspect tapering off. I think he needs me to break him off in a hotel room for old times sake. Just like we used to do where I greet him at the hotel door in nothing but a trench coat and lingerie. I just had surgery on the 6th of this month to make me more "pleasurable" down there, maybe he would want to be the first to "break me in". After I'm done with him he will be like "Problems? What problems?"  LOL 

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Posted: 4/10/2012 3:07:05 PM
I feel courts is geared mainly towards lawyers to make money. The more angry you are, the more likely it is you will be unfair and not settle. "Peters" is a perfect client. Everytime I asked the lawyer about mediation, their response wasn't too enthusiatic. Because there is nothing in it for them financially if we settle. He doesnt post anymore, because he knows I am right and these offers of mediation have been on the table for a while now. I have no idea what his problem is. He thinks I cheated, when that is simply not the case. I would even be willing to submit to a lie detector test, if that at all matters. Either way, I hope we can work this out--even if the end result is us not remaining married. Its especially sad for the kids who go months w/o seeing their father. I hope he can stop being so angry about a misunderstanding and work together for our common goals.
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Posted: 4/10/2012 3:52:54 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by str8forward:

Don't get me wrong, I still love my husband. We just have a difference of opinions . This sounds like some make up sex is in order. It seems like "Peters" is disgruntled about the romantic aspect tapering off. I think he needs me to break him off in a hotel room for old times sake. Just like we used to do where I greet him at the hotel door in nothing but a trench coat and lingerie. I just had surgery on the 6th of this month to make me more "pleasurable" down there, maybe he would want to be the first to "break me in". After I'm done with him he will be like "Problems? What problems?"  LOL 


 what did I miss
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Posted: 4/14/2012 12:35:04 AM
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Originally Posted by str8forward:

I feel courts is geared mainly towards lawyers to make money. The more angry you are, the more likely it is you will be unfair and not settle. "Peters" is a perfect client. Everytime I asked the lawyer about mediation, their response wasn't too enthusiatic. Because there is nothing in it for them financially if we settle. He doesnt post anymore, because he knows I am right and these offers of mediation have been on the table for a while now. I have no idea what his problem is. He thinks I cheated, when that is simply not the case. I would even be willing to submit to a lie detector test, if that at all matters. Either way, I hope we can work this out--even if the end result is us not remaining married. Its especially sad for the kids who go months w/o seeing their father. I hope he can stop being so angry about a misunderstanding and work together for our common goals.

Get a life brah

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Posted: 4/14/2012 12:36:15 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by scalabrine:


Ouch!

Ohh Scalabrine swooping in trying to hate

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