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#12841 09/21/99 03:09 PM
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My W calls this afternoon and tells me that shes going to see the lawyer tomorrow for a divorce Needless to say I broke down it was about the last straw I could handle She tells me to call the hospital and make appt to see the counselor I do that I m suppose to go this afternoon in the mean time my W calls the OW and tells her what shes doing and that I really need her more than ever and that my W says she can t be there for me that it was the 2 of us that made this mess and the OW should help me get through all this stuff(the divorce) Sounds like something you would see on Jerry Springer How am I suppose to give up the OW if my W is calling her in my behalf I am soooo confused

#12842 09/21/99 03:21 PM
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If I were your wife, and I made that call, it would be because I was fishing.<P>I would be fishing to see whether it was over between the OW and you. I would want to know it was truly over before I invested anymore of my emotions and heart into my relationship, because I wouldn't be able to face the hurt again. It's simply too painful.<P>Just because she said those things doesn't mean she doesn't love you, definitely. Women can be sly, sometimes.


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