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One of my closest friend just recently realize that her life is not what she thought it was. She saw the signs a few years and now she cannot believe that she allowed her life to get to this point. She lived a life of someone that is married and now that her partner cannot think for himself she realize that she was never married and he controlled her for almost 30 years. He said his aunt was sick and  lived with him. She never questioned why he never invited her into his house and why he disconnect the phone. Now his aunt is not his aunt!!! Who is she? He is at her house from 7am and he goes home by 9pm. No matter what questions she asked he finds some way to avoid answering. Now he is sick and he is old. His memory comes and goes and his family takes care of him now. Before he just filled her entire life. Where does she fit in now? Is this for real. She wish she could just wake up and she had done things differently. When did she loose control?...When?!!!!




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      Lazylola wrote Sep 17, 2010
    • What a heartbreaking place to be. All I could do is offer my support.



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      Brimstone1968 wrote Sep 17, 2010
    • A rough patch to be in right now.  Make sure you are there for her.  If it is to overwhelming for you try and find support groups and even some counselling for her.  I strongly believe that relationships are investment of time.  Time is also precious and must be accounted for with lots of good memories and less pain.  I do hope she can find some balance and you can help her find it.  Counselling, church groups, ladies groups, self help books.  Most of all I know his health is fading but she need answers no matter how hard so she can put the pieces together and herself back to a normal state.  She is in my thoughts and prayers



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      Suzann wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • She is in my prayers, too, Victorious.



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      Victorious wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • Thanks guys....I am feeling her pain so much that it is making me angry. She was there for me when I met my husband...and she advised me to marry him. Yet she did not hear me when I told her to push for answers years ago...now it has come to this.



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      Allinet48 wrote Sep 18, 2010
    • I think therapy is probably called for here. Glad you‘re there for her.heart



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