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When will I wake up from this nightmare?

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17 Aug 12 #350050 by freeeee
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Hi everybody.

I''m just soooooooooooo tired....

Wish every thing was over & done with.

Sheer Hell having to live under same roof as "THE DELIGHTFUL ONE"

Need to give myself a good kicking....coz I can be feeling not to bad BUT then "THE DELIGHT ONE" comes home from work &&&&&&&&

Thought I still love him, but oh my God,his face,his demeanour, his attitude.One thing for sure he is certainly making the right moves in order for me to feel that I absolutely HATE him, & can''t wait now for the time to move on out.....

He tells me that he would leave today if he could afford to.

He tells me that after the divorce etc he will be left with virtually nothing.
Would not be able to take on another mortgage at his age (55)
Will have to live in rented accomadation for rest of his life.
After working so hard all his life and now he will have nothing to show for it

Aaahhhhh the poor little thing.....

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17 Aug 12 #350054 by flowerofscotland
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Hi happynot,

Dealing with emotions is extremely draining, it affects all of us in so many different ways.

Try focusing on you and not him, use your energies in other ways, exercise is a great stress reliever, even if it is just a walk in the park. It helps clear your head.

At the moment you are still in the midst of it all, once you are not under the same roof as him then you will find that you will calm down.

Take care for now FoS x

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