... I really, really do. I wish XWH and OW perfect enjoyment of each other and their new life together:
Enjoy supporting your older, barely-employed ex-convict (did jail time for embezzlement) woman.
Enjoy supporting her two grown kids, 19 and 21, who don't work and also live with you. If you're super-lucky, maybe the 21yo's girlfriend and 2yo kid will move in too.
Enjoy that weirdness you feel every time you see your mom, sister, or daughter. What you don't know is that they still see me, frequently. They love ME, and they don't like your new Frankenskank. They love YOU, but they think you're an idiot.
Enjoy having absolutely, positively NO friends.
And most of all, enjoy knowing that your worst fears have come true: you have turned out just like your selfish, bullying, cheating, narcissistic ass of a father.
To the OW,
Enjoy listening to your new man barf after he (frequently) overeats.
Enjoy shaving his back hair.
Enjoy dealing with his difficult father (see above), and knowing that your new honey is on the same ugly path.
Enjoy watching him be manipulated by his prior XW in every way, including paying child support to her for a kid that hasn't lived with her in over a year.
On the same note, enjoy living with the most cowardly man you'll likely ever meet.
Enjoy being lied to. I guarantee it has already happened many, many times.
Enjoying having wet, smelly laundry and your home stinking like pee because your new man's 17yo son still wets the bed several times a week. (yes, SEVENTEEN!) Oh, and don't bother trying to set up a doctors appt or do anything about it, your new man will not let you, because he feels its a reflection on HIM.
And most of all, enjoy being cheated on. He cheated with you, eventually he will cheat on you. Especially since I recently found out that that he has cheated in EVERY relationship he's had, including the mother of his FIVE kids.
I hope you enjoy each other to the fullest!!
What wonderful wishes do you have for your EX and the OW??
Me: Enjoying life
*feeling wicked today, lol*
Him: Someone else's problem
Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage. ~ Anais Nin