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After another one of our famous discussion on how everything I do is wrong, my husband packed his things last Tuesday while I was at work and left. He then proceeded to call the utility companies and have everything in his name disconnected without bothering to tell me that he did it.  I found out when service people started showing up with disconnect orders at his request.  I filed for divorce on Monday of this week.  I am very tired, and feeling drained but thankful to God almighty for helping to move him out of my life and for giving me the strength to know that things are going to bet better and after I give myself some time to get pass this, I am going to have a fabulous life.



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      UK Girl wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • OMG honey how awful to do this in a callous way ..

      But plus side is it can only get better from now on - this happened to a girlfriend of mine and she came home on a Friday night to locks changed etc; (might be something you need to think about )  

      Hope you get stronger and find some peace after this upset.



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      Cindylouwho1966 wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • I am sorry to hear about this. What a jerk. Hope you get yourself a good lawyer and some peace of mind.



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      Linni wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • i am so sorry you had to go through this.. HOWEVER like you said, you will now beable to start living! we are all here for moral support if and when you need it..



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Feb 25, 2009
    • You may feel alone dealing with this but we are actually along side with you.  Hugs.



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      Shopgirl1960 wrote Feb 26, 2009

    • You Are Not Alone....
      We Are Here For You!

      Wishing you much joy and happiness in your future!

      Della



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      Suzette wrote Feb 26, 2009
    • Thank you ladies for all of your prayers and your wonderful support.



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      Shopgirl1960 wrote Feb 26, 2009
    • Your welcome Suzetteestatic



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      Jenni0811 wrote Feb 26, 2009
    • OMG....  How awful. Keep your wits about you and take positive steps to stabilize your life. Now is not the time to let emotions cloud the judgment you will need. We are here to support you and provide any practical advice you may need. As mentioned, find a good lawyer and possibly a therapist to assist you with the emotional upheaval during this upcoming period. Most insurance policies provide coverage for “temporary” therapy in situations like divorce or death. This also does not affect your permanent health history with a psychological issue.



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      Mz. Queen wrote Feb 26, 2009
    • That is absolutely right. You sound convinced and convicted and those are the first steps for a strong woman. We never like to hear such news even when it’s (me) even when it’s you.

         Men are sometimes so stupid. He’s expecting you to fall apart, fall flat on your face, but he obviously doesn’t know you as well as he thought he did.

         When you see him or talk to him just keep smiling. Remember to cry at home and when you‘re on the floor on your knees or even on your face God has your back and He’s catching those tears and He’s loving you through this too, that’s what I believe.

        You be strong and I’ll be stronger with you.

      love47



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      Sunkist wrote Feb 26, 2009
    • Awww Suzette, you are fabulous already.  You have taken a very brave step in filing for divorce and hopefully it will all be uphill from here.  No one around to talk down to you and make you feel badly.  You don’t deserve that.

      Good luck to you and I hope things turn out well from here on....it may be a bit of a struggle at first, but I’m sure well worth it for you.  

      Hugs,

      Joanne  estatic



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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Mar 25, 2009
    • suzette and shari...I’ve been thru a divorce and I’m so sorry to hear this is happening to you...But then again, I viewed my divorce as a sign of freedom and I was so very thankful to no longer being held captive in something that my soul was crying out in pain against. You’ll both see, the days will be brighter and you walk will be lighter and bouncier...Remember to do something great for yourself once it’s final...I cut all my hair off and had my nose pierced...I wanted to get a ‘FREE’ tattoo, but I was too scared...lol



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      Denise Alleyne-Hill wrote Mar 25, 2009
    • Yes ukgirl is right..maybe you might want to consider changing the locks..If he can be so callous to have the utilities shut off..I wouldn’t be too comfortable with him having access to my possessions...You know divorce is such an emotional thing and people sometimes turn into someone else, even if they wanted the divorce, it brings out the UGLY in some folks!



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