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Just when you think its getting easier

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14 Aug 08 #40354 by Peace2008
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I was at court yesterday for my first hearing. I was so nervous apprehensive even though I had an amazing amount of support, it was just the thought that I have to see him.

Then I did and surprisingly enough I thought you tosser you knob he looked a nervous wreck it was funny. Anyway when the questions were put forward to me I could not believe what he was coming out with he didn't have much on me but it made me laugh with the stupid questions he directed at me. I was so glad yesterday was over but now I'm stressed already about the next court date and the fact I have to provide evidence for the questions. The wheel keeps turning and spinning and all you want is for it to stop, so you can look forward to new exciting things but its just still there something you can't run away from, when you want to fight for what is rightfully yours. It just seems like a real long journey.

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15 Aug 08 #40585 by Jollyrocket
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I have not been to court but had lawyer sessions with ex a couple fo times and it was hard to see him, also to listen to him being "resaonable" when I know otherwise!!

it is a merry-go-round but shoue be called miserable-go- round!

Just think you can have your life easier when it all ends finally - and then move on more easily.

think about the evidence you need - write it all down get organised and try to put it on the "horrid shelf" until you need to deal with this again!

Look after yourself

((good luck))

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