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?
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.
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My DH used to say that he wanted me to marry one of his mates should something ever happen to him.
He's stopped saying that lately. I think he's realised that his single buddies are still single because they aren't great catches!
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28-08-2015 19:51 #16
I doubt my partner would want any of my friends lol
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28-08-2015 19:56 #18
No he would have to raise the kids on his own until he found someone of his own. It would be a hard task.
I wonder more about how he would have to quit his job and what a huge burden that would be. That and the fact he has filled out a form or done any banking etc in 23 years. So it would be a sharp learning curve for him.
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28-08-2015 20:39 #20
HAHA, A-Squared I don't think you'd be permitted to be peeved in heaven.
Isn't it all love and acceptance & forgivenessforgivenessforgiveness...not DAYUM WOMAN! GET OFF MY MAN!!!!!
Ok, I don't actually think my DH would be an with any of my friends AT ALL.
And I'm not so sure I'd be happy with him even being with the ones that got the green tick of approval on my mental list; so what is this little voice that says "NOT HER" every now and then? Hmm.
It's not directed at a specific person, there's a few but now I'm wondering is there something my intuition is picking up on, that's so subtle in everyday life, that I have to imagine far fetched scenarios, (like death) to fast forward to the possibilities of potential trouble if I don't pay attention?
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