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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleflowers View Post
    Offended NO....just sad when reading this fighting the urge to cry (he was near me when I read this ).
    It gave me that sickly feeling in the pit of my stomach knowing that it's true and that I wish you were wrong ....but deep down it was the truth.....it hurts but that's the way it is ....I wish I didn't feel the way I do or react but that's me.....I wear my heart on my sleeve. ...

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    I wear my heart of my sleeve too I didn't mean it in a nasty way or to shame you, but when I read your OP I felt angry for you. This is one more thing in a series of terrible treatment and I hope you get to a stage where you believe you deserve more.

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    I'm sorry this is happening to you.
    My DF knows about BH and asks me every day "what have you learned today?"
    I think he appreciates that i take comfort from knowing I can ask questions from other people.
    He doesn't get to look. I consider it private, mostly because we know people on here outside BH and I would hate for them to think they were saying something in the safety of BH but my DF knew about it. So I think that makes him more curious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I wear my heart of my sleeve too I didn't mean it in a nasty way or to shame you, but when I read your OP I felt angry for you. This is one more thing in a series of terrible treatment and I hope you get to a stage where you believe you deserve more.
    I know you weren't being nasty or anything like that it just made me feed good and sad at the same time IYKWIM ...sad because what you were saying was the truth....and good that I felt as though a stranger cares ...

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    The more I think about this post it make me think that I am a little paranoid that all of you Ladies might be getting frustrated with my posts and that maybe I should back off and stop being so open about my life in my posts because I'm not doing anything to fix my situation. ...
    I do see and understand what I'm being told and agree with you all....it's just so hard ....
    I do apologize. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleflowers View Post
    The more I think about this post it make me think that I am a little paranoid that all of you Ladies might be getting frustrated with my posts and that maybe I should back off and stop being so open about my life in my posts because I'm not doing anything to fix my situation. ...
    I do see and understand what I'm being told and agree with you all....it's just so hard ....
    I do apologize. ..

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    The people on BubHub who care about you are your friends.
    You are loved and listened to. If there's frustration it's that we can't help directly. Or that your husband is such a (not very nice word) that you feel unloved and unappreciated.

    Everyone understands that drastic changes can be very, very hard. And until you are able to, your friends are your support and encouragement. It's what friends do. They listen and offer advice and encouragement. =)

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    I found BH when I was looking for answers after my DD was stillborn (I can't believe it's been almost 2 years!!) and I've continued to use them for parenting advice for my now 7 mo DS - DP said about 6 months ago that he was really happy that I found support as it seems to have helped me, and he was thankful that these forums exist

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    So keep on posting @purpleflowers it's good for the soul to vent and you'll always find someone here who will take time out of their day to respond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleflowers View Post
    The more I think about this post it make me think that I am a little paranoid that all of you Ladies might be getting frustrated with my posts and that maybe I should back off and stop being so open about my life in my posts because I'm not doing anything to fix my situation. ...
    I do see and understand what I'm being told and agree with you all....it's just so hard ....
    I do apologize. ..

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    I think you'll find lovely that most people on here realise that walking away is easy to say, but not so easy to do.

    Please keep posting. Yes, you might get people who get frustrated, but by and large most people will be very supportive and prop you up when you need it.

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    My dh pays me out too about bh. But I ignore him. It's not malicious just teasing from him tho.



    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    I'm not frustrated by you, I'm frustrated for you that you have a partner that doesn't treat you how you deserve. I hope that makes sense Please don't feel like you shouldn't post, BH is your outlet and that is healthy.

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