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Re: EX HUSBAND WANTS TO RECONCILE

I refuse to get drawn into this mess a second time. Let HER figure it out.
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Re: EX HUSBAND WANTS TO RECONCILE

A leopard doesn't change his spots.
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When trust is ruined for me there is never a chance of going back to what it was before.  Even with therapy, once the trust is gone, so is the relationship.

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@Kachina624 wrote:
I refuse to get drawn into this mess a second time. Let HER figure it out.

I would agree with what you said, Kachina, except here's the thing. She posts her tale of woe, people out of the goodness and kindness of their hearts, who take the time to offer her advice, which she will promptly ignore, and do whatever it is that she feels like doing. Then when it blows up in her face, she'll be back here, asking for advice....again, which she will ignore....again. On and on it goes.

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Re: EX HUSBAND WANTS TO RECONCILE

I think you need therapy to help you figure out your thoughts, based solely on you not being fully content with the decisions you made two years ago.
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@qvc chick wrote:

Many of you know the background here....ex husband has new girlfriend, went to my daughters graduation dinner with her...she was not the least bit friendly, however I did try to be nice to her.

 

Two months later - my ex has told me he does not love this woman, and still and always had strong feelings for me, and he is very conflicted.  He has been going to therapy, which I think is a good first move. 

 

I DO still have feelings for him, but I don't know about getting back with him.


You may want to go to therapy, and decide what you want to do.

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You need to go to a good therapist to deal with your issues. This really isn't the place for your neverending drama. It's not fair to the good hearted people here who have tried to help you through the many chapters of this saga. I wish you well and hope that you find resolution somehow.

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As Dr. Phil says, "Past behavior is a good indicator of future behavior."

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@reiki604 wrote:
You need to go to a good therapist to deal with your issues. This really isn't the place for your neverending drama. It's not fair to the good hearted people here who have tried to help you through the many chapters of this saga. I wish you well and hope that you find resolution somehow.

I second this ........

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Re: EX HUSBAND WANTS TO RECONCILE

I agree with the other posters. 3 words : "Just say no"   to your ex.