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    Right now, in your circumstances, I'd choose neither. Nurture yourself first and any man who's worth it will wait for you to be ready.

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    If I were in your shoes I wouldn't choose either. I would put myself and my child first and focus on that for the time being.

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    Just letting everyone know I questioned Mr Unstable & it turns out he just wants a wife. Not really faised if its me or not.. Sorry but I honestly laughted out loud & very glad I asked the right questions & didn't go there. The hide of some people really. That was a pretty jerky thing to do, imagine if I'd said yes!!! Imagine that wedding speech 'I want a wife & she said yes so here we are..' Bahahaha

    Anyway. Mr Stable is showing signs of throwing it in the too hard basket.. So interested to see where that goes.

    And me.. I'm okay.. Apart from the fact the business has taken yet another down turn & my quality of life is starting to shrink.. Oh the joys,. And I miss DD.

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    If you're unsure about either then neither is a soul mate ....

    controlling - this quality should be a deal breaker IMO

    unstable - run! He's not looking for a wife, he's looking for a mother !

    they seem like opposite ends of the spectrum...one is emotionally un available and the other is needy. Perhaps your ideal mate falls somewhere in the middle.

    Try to find someone who sees you as their equal and vice versa. Life is too short.

    good luck

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    Id not choose either of them.

    When you find the one you're meant to be with you wont need to choose as they will be the only 'choice'

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    I'm still waiting for you to tell us about the 2 amazing men you mentioned in the title OP

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    Neither!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FITCHICK View Post
    Just letting everyone know I questioned Mr Unstable & it turns out he just wants a wife. Not really faised if its me or not.. Sorry but I honestly laughted out loud & very glad I asked the right questions & didn't go there. The hide of some people really. That was a pretty jerky thing to do, imagine if I'd said yes!!! Imagine that wedding speech 'I want a wife & she said yes so here we are..' Bahahaha

    Anyway. Mr Stable is showing signs of throwing it in the too hard basket.. So interested to see where that goes.

    And me.. I'm okay.. Apart from the fact the business has taken yet another down turn & my quality of life is starting to shrink.. Oh the joys,. And I miss DD.
    Sorry to hear things are all a bit crappy.
    Have you seen a counsellor? They're great to talk things out with, and to give you some coping strategies for when you're feeling overwhelmed.

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    Neither.

    1) lacks empathy. So does my husband. It's very difficult at times.

    2) too much airy fairy.

    3) if you're torn between 2 men I'd suggest that neither are probably for you.

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    Ohhhhh I just read that mr stable is your husband.

    I read your posts from when things ended.. Now I get it.

    Honestly, if your dh wants you back, let him fight for you and prove that he's back for good and making positive changes.

    And it's waaaaaaay too early to jump into a relationship (even just a friendship if he's romantically interested) with someone else.

    Focus on yourself and your bub for now.

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