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Postby evasive » Mon Jan 03, 2005 5:40 pm

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Postby Oylpann » Mon Jan 03, 2005 7:19 pm

Sorry to hear that Snap. Im in the same boat unfortunately. Me and the wife have been together for 5 years and were getting everything finalized after income tax time and we get some bills taken care of. :cry:
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Postby CDBurner » Mon Jan 03, 2005 8:13 pm

I'm sorry to hear that as well, Snap, Rabidwerewolf, and Oylpann. :cry:
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Postby ssamurai26 » Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:08 pm

Wow, sorry to hear about this.
I don`t usually post in these kind of topics, but to be honest this kind of thing really scares me. I`m getting towards the marrying age(in my mind) and I just don`t know what I would do. I hope you have some good friends and family to lean on, and I`m glad you have this site as well.
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Postby snap355 » Tue Jan 04, 2005 8:00 am

Oylpann wrote:Sorry to hear that Snap. Im in the same boat unfortunately. Me and the wife have been together for 5 years and were getting everything finalized after income tax time and we get some bills taken care of. :cry:


Sorry to hear that as well Oylpann. It's so stranged that I'm going through this. My friends and family keep telling to keep my head up, the short powerful pain in your heart will eventually go away and you have to trust that since time heal all wounds well most anyways and that there will be someone out there for you when you're ready. Those are good advice I have taken but I do get lots of dry/wet moments if you know what I mean. And for myself, it's also hard to deal with the finances, the splitting up of assets, etc... Luckily I do not have any kids yet and from what I hear about other people's divorces, it can get real nasty. So in a sense, I guess that I'm lucky if you want to call it that but no way is it easy for anyone to go through this.

As for Rabidwerewolf, I'm also sorry that you're going through this as well. It's VERY tough to go through this. Your time spent, wasted and what you both have built all comes down to a stopping halt. Everyone has to be divided.

Should one of you need to talk or anything else, just PM me or snap355@gmail.com - Good luck to you both and wish that it can happen as smoothly as it can.

As for the other members, thank you for your support through this. Although I may not post as much, I guess I'm lurking around to read some of the posts. It's helpful that you all cared enough to express your feelings towards me and I do appreciate that. Thanks for your support
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Postby Ghen » Tue Jan 04, 2005 1:55 pm

Snap I know we talked about this before in PM's, but I just want to say again that my heart is with you and the Motherboards.org community will always stand by you. We can be a crutch or just a good laugh, anything you need we'll be here for you! (cept money I'm poor :lol: :roll: ) Seriously though take your time and work through the emotions. Every day you'll get a little better or a little worse, but overall you'll eventually break through. And when that happens I wish only the happiest for you! From the little I know of you you are definitely a good person. The world needs more good people.
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Postby tedybear » Tue Jan 04, 2005 3:28 pm

Snap...Anything I can do I'd be glad to... I'm also divorced myself (been so for 5 years now) The initial "walk-out" was crushing...but with the help of good friends, support...counseling when needed.. Trust that things will improve and you'll be better after all's said and done..and things have settled down.

You've got a good head on your shoulders...great sense of humor..and a unique way of looking at life. Take all the time you need to relax and deal with things... We'll be here if you need to vent/talk/anything at all.

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Postby mellowyellow » Fri Jan 07, 2005 6:13 am

Snap, I' m a little late getting here but had to join those many others here who have wished you well. I, too, went through a divorce after eight years with a woman who was my girlfriend when I was in Vietnam. She was a great help for me after the war, and hung with me even though it changed me so radically that I was no longer the person I was when I left to go there. When eventually we divorced it was because I had finally realized I couldn't be who I was before no matter how hard I tried, but it left me feeling guilty and heartbroken. I was single for eight years after we split, and never expected to marry again. But, I celebrated my 22nd anniversary with my second wife in November of last year. My ex remarried, too, and had two children. We hurt for a good while, but Snap -- it does pass and there is still hope and happiness out there for you.
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Postby snap355 » Fri Jan 07, 2005 6:53 am

Well I spoke with "her" again and she still wants to proceed. What I known is that it takes two to make it work but I haven't learned that until now. Sometimes I feel fine, ready to be single and explore the possibilities again. Other times, I feel a mixed bag of emotion that's not positive.

I guess how you netizens can help in one way is to offer suggestions on how do you escape when you're feeling blue?
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Postby profofpcs » Fri Jan 07, 2005 8:21 am

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