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I think you all need to be a bit angrier!!!

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18 Nov 11 #298629 by hawaythelads
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I've just had a right laugh reading a locked thread.
Now I detected a lot of supressed anger out there amongst the wiki members.
Now if you all just follow a few simple Haway rules for posting you might relieve a bit of your latent anger rather than it all coming out in one hit.
A bit more liberal use of the word feck would help you all immensely.
Don't be quite so liberal and pc all the time we all know a simple admission that everyone hates their ex would relieve a lot supressed anger lying under the surface.
Simple catchphrases such as there's an adulteror fetch the torches and pitchforks would suffice :blink:
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18 Nov 11 #298631 by Triste en France
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Pete, you could have a feckin' point...

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18 Nov 11 #298635 by Shoegirl
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Haway. I would describe myself as a thankful ex wife not a wicked wife. Thankful that I dont have to put up with him anymore. This is said from a place of complete and utter acceptance my friend, peace of mind that my life is happier and better without his acts of serial adultery. No surprises there perhaps.

I have no residual anger issues, oh in the first few months, I did not know what to do with the anger. It consumed me. But as you know I put the anger into a focussed determination to get the best possible outcomes from the shxt pile he left me in. I dug myself out of it and spent a lot of time working out what it was about me that landed me in a relationship with someone capable of treating me so badly.

I am much stronger, happier, better and much more myself than I ever was with him. I am thankful and grateful that he had the courage I lacked to get out of our marriage. Could have done without the lies and cheating part though. No pickforks at the ready as I say that, but there is no excuse for hurting other people in pursuit of your own happiness in my view. That does not make me resentful, I am simply stating my own values.

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18 Nov 11 #298636 by sillywoman
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I certainly dont hate my ex! Not at all, in the slightest. I am grateful that I married most beautiful children that ever walked this earth.

However, upon the hearing of his name or the mere thought of him, vomit rises in my throat, literally!

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18 Nov 11 #298648 by Nota
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Pete

Fortunately for the person who started the thread, I was having a lady day! Strange but true ;)
Otherwise I would have unleashed my inner "wicked wife" persona and given her a taste of my fecking tongue :laugh:

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18 Nov 11 #298674 by jjones123
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Feck me, Pete, I think you're right. I have a bit of latent anger from time to time. This said, most of the time I say bollox to it. :P

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18 Nov 11 #298707 by lovestinks
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I was so fecking angry about that thread I couldn't add to it for fear of being accused of being a psycho. Aaaah,that feels better! Suppressed anger released and dissipated. :)

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