He didn't lose the job because of the A but his brain has been off in la la land since the A and I think he just slipped.
He applied for the GM gig last year (right around the A) and it was given to someone else with less experience and knowledge. That person has tried for months to get rid of the husband. Well after some ridiculous charges she did.
I'm sorry he lost his job. Sending strength and hope that he finds a new one quickly.
[This message edited by SI Staff at 4:28 PM, August 23rd (Friday)]
Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something.
FWH was laid off a couple of weeks after d-day. (Not affair related.)
It turned out to be a very wonderful thing as I was a stay at home mom so we spent 24/7 together. Also, our child was older, 14 at the time and in school.
We had intense HB, read books, we talked, went to MC, dated , spent a lot of time together. We discovered each other all over again. Remembered why we fell in love. We would just go to all kinds of parks and walk and talk. We played naked board games in bed. ('cause we were kind of trying to just live on unemployment and not use savings/retirement) We would go out to have just one drink (happy hour) or a cup of coffee instead of dinner. Went to matinee's at the theatre and oftentimes were the only ones there, so we would make out and feel each other up!
That being said, I am sending new job mojo to your husband. (((cuppa)))
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D-Day, June 10, 2012
She wrote him up about twos tha ago for not double checking another managers work.
He was on fmla and decided at 3 am to quit before they fired him.
I'm scared and cranky.