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playing with fire?

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12 years 2 months ago #47241 by anniecarr
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Im new to this site, recommended by my cousin, and have been having a good look around and wish i had spoken to her sooner. Although this is my first post, i have been getting good advice for a while, just reading past posts. I am now divorced, got the absolute, one month ago. He went to work in America for 6mths and met someone else, so wanted a divorce, and never moved back home. We did our clean break etc. Whilst he was away i took savings from our joint account and put them in mine. Nothing was ever said. Now he has been in contact with me, as a friend!!! he keeps mentioning how happy he is etc.. why would i want to know that! I now want to tell him that i cleared out the accounts, just to annoy him, so, am i playing with fire? can he do something, after the clean break, or should i keep it to myself?

Anything to annoy... Annie

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12 years 2 months ago #47246 by Zara2009
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Hi Annie
It is very tempting, trying to dampen his excitment at 'being so happy', but to be honest I would not say a word. Just smile to yourself and think 'he will never know'

I would not be happy though him keep phoning asserting how happy he is, tell him to get on with it and bye bye.


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