There's the A, TT, manipulation, gas lighting, passive aggressiveness etc.
Then there's the false R
Then there's the breadcrumbs he keeps laying down to try and keep me interested enough for ego kibbles, the sad looks....the blame shifting, the bad mouthing.
There's the not being there for any of the antiversaries.
And then there's the trying to sneak small things out of the house while 'babysitting'. Admittedly he did tell me just before he left that he'd taken them, but there was no asking. But hey, he still absolutely denies that he's got an entitled attitude.
It get's easier each time he pulls stunts like this
And yet I'm still hoping that he'll get his head out of his arse...mind you, it's so far up there he can probably see daylight by now
Took a while, but I like the me I am, without him
((Softcentre)) Love your tagline quote btw.
I've given myself a mental deadline of the end of Feb. No change by then (and I mean real actions, not words or short term gestures) and in March I go back to the solicitor and go for divorce.
He has no idea of my mental deadline. And behaviour like this just makes it easier to let go.
Exactly. False R was what pushed me, literally, right down the mountain I live on to the lawyer's office. It was the cruelty that I spoke of, for he even promised to renew our vows...and was out the door a week later...anther poofer.
A person is a person, no matter how small. -Dr. Suess
Perserverance and spirit have done wonders in all ages.