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    I cant say that I have been in your excact position. But willing to give advice. Was with the "love of my life" for 7 years and we just couldnt make it work. Anyway he would always chat up girls or leave dating sites on the comp and I got depressed thinking I was not worth him to fight to be with which made things worse abd my best friend told me the best thing to help ease the pain. She said " he is trying to find someone else because he knows he messes with your head. He knows once your head clears up you will get snatched up and he knows he wont" and she was 100% right. Im now engaged and have a family and well he still on dating sites hope this helps

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    Im in Nsw I have no way of taking kids n visiting my dad unless he takes us I have no licence n no car an train here leaves at 3 am n my brother n sister both live on sunshine coast with dad His mum told him he will end up a lonely old man if he keeps going the way he is. I don't think I could be in a relationship with anyone else again. He is the love of my life we were engaged and kids together n what tore us apart was my drinking n fighting because of it I'm not droning anymore haven't for a while now I can't be the horrible person I was when I drank. N he's said he's proud of me for it n it's so many little things that give me hope that everything could work out n I could have my family back together and him love me n I be good enough for him n he would come home to me n kids I must don't get what's going on inside his head I really wish I did so I could stop doing mine in. I've actually thought about making a fake dating site profile to catch him out but dunno if it will do more harm than good I dunno my heads a complete mess

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    wish i could give u a big hug and say everything will be ok.
    what ever you do do not make a fake dating profile. it will make you hurt 10 times more! i did it once for a friend cause we all thought he was lying and being sneaky. we found out alot about him and we had to tell her and she couldnt handle it. plus we didnt tell her half the things we found out.
    maybe you need to talk to a counciler just to get it all out and maybe they can help.

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    Let it go. He has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngish87 View Post
    wish i could give u a big hug and say everything will be ok.
    what ever you do do not make a fake dating profile. it will make you hurt 10 times more! i did it once for a friend cause we all thought he was lying and being sneaky. we found out alot about him and we had to tell her and she couldnt handle it. plus we didnt tell her half the things we found out.
    maybe you need to talk to a counciler just to get it all out and maybe they can help.
    I do see your point but I guess it depends on personality. I'm the type that would need to know the truth, at any cost. Also it leaves no room to weasle out when they are caught red handed. We had a member yonks ago not only set up a profile but contacted him and asked to meet up. He obliged and turned up to the agreed spot, saw his partner and ran lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I do see your point but I guess it depends on personality. I'm the type that would need to know the truth, at any cost. Also it leaves no room to weasle out when they are caught red handed. We had a member yonks ago not only set up a profile but contacted him and asked to meet up. He obliged and turned up to the agreed spot, saw his partner and ran lol.
    She was much like you and I she wanted to know the truth but mentally and physically and definalty emotionaly she wouldnt be able to handle it. We bascially printed out the convo he had with a fake woman and just deleted the parts we know she couldnt handle so he had no way of weasling out of him.
    Lol I do like the fact that you said to meet him and he ran lol

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    If you take the bus into Lismore you can take the coach to Brisbane, it leaves later in the day than the train.

    In the mean time, I know this is so painful, but you are stronger. You are wonderful. You are mummy and you are brave. You can achieve so much more than you are giving yourself credit for.

    You are in a relationship where there is only one person though. He has moved on. You deserve to have someone love you back.

    Since you are the only person in this relationship, surely it makes sense to be the recipient of the love too? You're going to find this hard, but it's time you learn to love yourself again.

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    You can take a countrylink bus route 175
    Leaves casino 19:08, gets to brisbane 22:31


    Bus PM42 (countrylink again) leaves molesworth st 10:45 each day (incl sat and sun) and gets to Brisbane 16:00 (you can even get off at springwood if your dad is southside of the city).
    http://www.countrytransport.131500.c...&RouteNBR=PM42


    You'd have to leave casino shopping plaza 9:45 (bus 675) to get to lismore in time. You'd arrive around 10:15
    http://www.nrbuslines.com.au/nrivers...7%20230210.pdf

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    Thank you izy looked into it gotta organize some one to watch DS so he can still go to school or wait for holidays In the mean time since that post he's txt me every night just talking been over every day to see kids n given me a hug n kiss every time he's left n stayed here the night sat so he could spend his night with kids without disturbing his parents shift work he said he's enjoying the time with me n I feel same still have that glimmer of hope but alot more guarded now if it's meant to be it Will all work out focusing on kids n myself n if he choses to be a part of our lives then great but if he doesn't we still have a friendship trying to look at positives n stay strong


 

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