Originally Posted by booka
I understand you all to well and know beyond a shadow of a doubt that it will take a total disruption of your life to effect any possibility of positive change. Your fear will make you risk-adverse to that level of change.

Correct. You do understand me.

It boils down to whether or not you want to live your life.

Nope. Life is too scary. I prefer to be anesthetized.


I wish your wife knew what you thought, maybe she would change.

Several years ago we had a frequent poster who went to counselling with his wife. Eventually she realized he was serious about not wanting to continue the game playing. I can remember what he said happened next:

I say the light bulb go on in her head. And then she took off so far and so fast, I haven't heard from her since.

I am sure Mrs. Hold would change her behavior if she knew how I felt. She would run so far and so fast I would never catch up to her.

When you can see it coming, duck!