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    @Phony, not in my heaven!

    I've created an afterlife that makes me not fear the afterlife. I reserve the right to come back and haunt those I want to and still cuddle my kids and DH.

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    No I dont.

    my SIL has told her hubby that he has to mourn her for 5 years before he can start dating or she will come back and haunt him (he doesnt believe in ghosts or heaven or the after life, so it doesnt really bother him) and she has told me that I am to hold him to the 5 year mourning period or she will come back and haunt me (I believe in ghosts and heaven and the afterlife).

    My BIL and I have agreed that if she very sadly passes away, he will start dating when he is ready but he wont tell me until the 5 year mark has passed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    See I'd love to think that if DH but I just KNOW he'd shack up again pretty quickly. So I run through the list of potentials close by.

    I knew a woman who devoted her whole life to her husband, put him before her kids and everything. She died and before a year passed he got a new woman.
    That doesn't sit right with me. All those years of love and effort in to a man who shrugs it off and moves on so easily?
    I'm sure what to take from that, don't give so much of yourself to one person or just try see it as that was her way to love, she was a giver, he was a taker and he needs someone else now to fill that hole she left?
    dunno.
    i just know with at if I get to share a long life with DH, three kids and everything in between, that that buggar better grieve me for a little longer than a few months. Two years is a decent amount of time to spend crying I think.
    This is my biggest peeve about Titanic. Rose is married to someone her whole life and then when she dies she's reunited with JACK? When her husband put in the hard yards???

    To answer OP, no I never used to think that way. FOB has never been with anyone else but me so I never used to picture him shacking up with anyone else for companionship etc.

    I'm more of a picture-my-funeral type of chick...

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    I want my DH to repartner. My children need a mother. He gets a few months to mourn then I've told my friends they need to help him find a mother for my kids. DH is incredibly OCD and living without a mum would turn the place into something out of the sound of music.

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    I think it would also depend on if DH were left with the kids.. If he lost us all, he'd probably start going out & possibly meet someone..
    But if he still had our DDs to care for, I think he'd like to think that he'd hire a nanny so he could still work, and probably bang the nanny 😂

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    Oh yeah, I'd definitely want the kids to have a loving mother figure.
    My DH kind of forgets to have fun some times. He's a workaholic.
    If I wasn't around he'd be even more serious as the responsibility would be crippling.
    Good job I've no plans on dying soon.

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    HAHAHAHAHAHA, TAYLORMADE!
    Your post was going so well until you mentioned banging the nanny!

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    I have joked that I don't ever want to be replaced so he's not allowed to repartner. In all honesty though, I want him to be happy and I want my daughter to eat real food and he hates cooking so I'm sure they'd be living on packet food he was on his own.

    My daughter is so in love with one of her daycare teachers who is stunning and a lovely person and I joke to hubby that I won't be shocked if he leaves me for her. So she's who I would pick if I got to choose though what's to say that she would be into him lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    No I dont.

    my SIL has told her hubby that he has to mourn her for 5 years before he can start dating or she will come back and haunt him (he doesnt believe in ghosts or heaven or the after life, so it doesnt really bother him) and she has told me that I am to hold him to the 5 year mourning period or she will come back and haunt me (I believe in ghosts and heaven and the afterlife).

    My BIL and I have agreed that if she very sadly passes away, he will start dating when he is ready but he wont tell me until the 5 year mark has passed
    SHE WILL KNOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    I have joked that I don't ever want to be replaced so he's not allowed to repartner. In all honesty though, I want him to be happy and I want my daughter to eat real food and he hates cooking so I'm sure they'd be living on packet food he was on his own.

    My daughter is so in love with one of her daycare teachers who is stunning and a lovely person and I joke to hubby that I won't be shocked if he leaves me for her. So she's who I would pick if I got to choose though what's to say that she would be into him lol.
    Ahh see, we tend to put our partners on pedestals don't we.
    If we adore them so much then so will everybody else, but in reality others are probably saying - wtf does she/he see in him/her? Hehe


 

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