SHOULD I CALL TO WISH HIM A HAPPY BIRTHDAY?


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    Matilda

    Raven,

    I did change the main lock in my apartment.
    I also complete reset my iphone as new. I did not want to go through photos and delete one by one.
    I have sad moments, but most of my week are good days. I made the commitment after reading all your comments and educating myself about the hoovering. I also learned that man like this have other women they revisit. This explains all the so called friends he brags about it.
    I hope and pray to never let myself be treated this way ever again. And I do not blam him for all. I should have learned boundaries and self respect. I accepted way too much.
    Anyways I am doing better since learning about who I was dealing with.
    Doors are shut no matter how much it hurts. I wasted way too much time on hope.
    Thank you all and Happy Holidays ladies.
    Cheers to us all for a great 2019.

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    L Elisabeth

    Matilda,

    I just saw your post today, a bit late I supposed but still. It really spoke to me because I was married to one for 11 years… You will always get the silence treatment despite whatever your do. And when he comes out of his silence, he will turn the table around to make you feel guilty about if it was your fault in the first place.
    You will end up tiptoeing around him to try your best not to upset him because when he doesn’t give you the silent treatment, he is a great guy right?
    One day, I realised this was not me. You have to be allowed to be yourself with your “other half” in order to be happy. You cannot live your life being the shadow of someone else just to make them happy and be miserable in one part of your heart.

    Leave – that is my advice. I did and it is the best thing I could do.

    I since found someone who let me be who I am and we have been together for over 15 years now. Our relationship is like a great wine, getting better with age.

    Be yourself, embrace who you are. Don’t let anyone pressure you into being someone you are not. Relationship are give and take, not just take.

    Wishing you happiness in your journey :-)
    L Elisabeth

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