well, then. You know how it is here, with ....alternate personalities and all...I dont think this is funny either...thats why I asked...having just been thru quite an episode with my spouse, I did not want to get all concerned for a joke....not funny. @Imadork, I am sorry for your loss.
what? I meant the pascal guy...??? I have to go look at profiles..brb...I mean, wow. Loosing a spouse is no joke, on top of that, your puppies...same as children???? unlesss that guy had serious PROOF he was WAY out of line in saying all that.... I had a beer earlier..sorry I may not be coherent...dont get mad..
am sorry about this. Seldom wife left a man if he loves him. And if the man is responsible and faithful enough. So theirs no reason to leave you. Maybe you need to reflect a little on this and maybe try to win her back.
Oh beautyrose, that would be nice if it were true. I personaly know women who have left thier husbands for lots of different reasons, but none of them had to do with lack of love on the mans part. Some women really are not nice, sometimes it is the woman who is not faithful, or not responsable.
Oh this is so awful !! I hope she brings them back, or at least let you see them. I'm really sorry. I will keep voting though, or is she going to keep the prize, if kishka wins ,as well ? If that's so I'll stop
O.K then, I'll go on voting. I' would like to say something sensible to you, but I can't find any It's very difficult life, sometimes. Maybe something happens and all turns well in the end. Think possitive, even if that sound too new age
p.s. you should be able to get your dogs back. that is awful that she took them ;_;
I would definitely pursue it.
yesh...he said she was a bitch so he is better off now. if he can just get his dogs back, everything will be swell. shared custody wouldn't work because animals wouldn't like going to different houses all the time.
i was going to mention the word bitch...... referring to dogs or you know who, but you did it first, i will tell you a funny story...
i get up an old guy each morning.... well i get up about 12 peoople, but yesterday morning i got this guy up...... He has a lovely nature, but is very deaf...... he can read my mood instantly i walk through into his bedroom.... Today he said "DID you argue with him".... I just carried on dressing him, shaving him etc and said very little i was sulking a bit..... as I walked out the door...he shouted down the corridor at me "don't worry, he will find someone else.... it made laugh all morning. Now how are we going to make you laugh
You know, there might be some precedence for suing for pet-custody - in fact, I'm pretty sure I've read about some celebrity or other doing that? If you had the dogs before you met her, you've probably got a case. I'm not a lawyer, though. If you know where to find them, that is. Good luck - its a real bad scene, I can relate.
I don't think getting another pet offers much condolence. If you love your pets like you love your children (as many of us do), then you can't simply replace your pets. Just as you can't replace your children...
We are not sure if Imadork's wife really left him or not. On one hand I hope she didn't -- cuz that sucks. On the other hand I hope she really did so that hubbers won't feel silly for being so supportive and caring and stuff.
My husband has my cats. And I have to say - I really miss them, especially one in particular. More so since April, when I was in the UK. The first moment I laid eyes on them, I knew one of them was desperately ill.
I took her straight to the vets. She was euthanised, acute kidney failure. I was both heartbroken and cross.
So, I undestand how you may feel ima - and I hope time helps you feel the blow a little less.
I've learned in my psychology classes over the years that sometimes we really miss something else....and the dogs or whatever take the symbolic replacement of what we really miss. Perhaps you miss something else entirely? like having a companion around, having the familiarity of a spouse, the lifestyle you once shared, the friends you guys hung out with....
When your ready, you can get a puppy - and no joke, my hubby swears they are the best thing to pick up a girl with - ya know, walking the cute puppy - girl sees cute puppy and goes ga-ga He recommends this to his newly divorced and single friends.
Yup...I'm a huge Imadork fan! Pour some of this sadness/anger/frustration, etc. into some hubs. You're not alone in what you're feeling. Be the voice of men everywhere who are going through what you're going through.
I hate to hear about your current situation. If you need to talk, email me, Scott.
Sorry you're going through a crap patch. I hear you about the house you can't afford. I'm originally from St. Louis, by the way. Single women I know there.... Thinking... Frieda Babbley lives there. Not sure her status... Hang in there.
HEY, I used to work at the St. Louis ARC... Very cool. Worked in an independent home with two developmentally disabled women. They were lucky with their living situation, not a huge group home scenario. Did that for a while, too.
That's a very shallow comment !! So if I have a pair of tits , I'm a great hubber. If not I'm s°°t. I didn't know breast thinkers were better than brain thinkers. Or that some good writers use their breasts to write Maybe I'll go and get a pair. Would you like me then ? Not that I care, really ,realizing you're such a hollow vessel. Nothing for me in there You e-mailed me, remember ?. And I offered you help. But as I see that doesn't count, as i'm not a chick. thank you !!
you are funny..... if i were you i would have a rest from females, if this is really you on the picture,me thinks you wont be alone for long....... everyone is struggling for money at the moment, so that is not too big of an issue, and you could get a smaller house, and well just enjoy life could you do that without the dogs?????
I'm so sorry to hear this. Regardless of the reason it's probably very difficult for you. Take care/be good to yourself & I believe you'll heal quickly (although I don't know if this is a permanent arrangement or if you'll work things out & reconcile???) Regardless - it'll be sore for a little while but bruises fade (i'm sure you know - nothing new, but sometimes it's nice to be reminded, right?)
Again, I'm truly sorry.
p.s. hope you get visitation/ joint custody for your dogs - i'm a dog lover - that would really hurt!
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