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AlwaysBeenStrong posted 4/23/2014 08:07 AM

Well my last post was of him coming and going. The attorney is going to file an Order of Possession.

In the mean time, he was fired. He's union, on probation because he keeps screwing up at work the multiple in and outs of what was our "reconciling". So now to wait to see if he gets his job back...next local is now another month away. He told me I had insurance until the end of the month.

I have horrible allergies, it has now turned into full bronchitis, guess who found out yesterday when sick as hell at the register that her insurance was expired. I am only waitressing have a little savings and unfortunately had to bipass my meds, leaving the store crying. So much for a great Spring Break from school.

Why is it the wayward gains everything they want, their freedom, the things I held him away from being "tied down" and the happiest in the world. While, the betrayed has to deal with the shock of their world rocked, the person loved the most on this earth has turned into some stranger and having to rebuild a life and future from rock bottom?

I have gone on with the ups and downs for 3 years of his so called reconciling, I want the stress gone, I want to move forward...but the damn obstacles are getting harder and harder to climb over.

one2ndchance posted 4/23/2014 09:36 AM

I want the stress gone, I want to move forward...but the damn obstacles are getting harder and harder to climb over.

The Order of Possession IS a step forward. You have 7 days of insurance, so get to your dr. to have your bronchitis treated. Then apply for state medical care.

You've always been strong and you can continue to be stronger. You don't need him. He's an anchor around your neck. The 3 years of false R are proof.

You will get through this and your life WILL get better. Hugs.

norabird posted 4/23/2014 13:28 PM

He isn't really gaining anything. Wherever he goes next he will bring his brokenness. You however will take the time to heal and can rebuild a wonderful and healthy foundation for a new life. These logistics will get sorted out and then you will be the one who is better off for being rid of him.

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