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  1. Complicated says:

    TLWR – thank you for the link. Still reading, but gives one hope.

    LNC – your post took me back to almost exactly two months ago when FL told me he was ’emotionally tied’ to his W.
    For some reason I didn’t think much if it when he said it, but then I started thinking about it. We were talking on phone one day and I asked what he meant by it.
    He didn’t even remember saying it and said he didn’t know why he would say it.
    I believe him. I also believe if he is emotionally tied to anyone, it’s me.
    Wise post to you from TLWR. Unless you know something we don’t know, I would heed TLWRs advice.

  2. LNC says:

    @TLWR- perhaps! I am working towards separation meaning I have just become employed after years of unemployment. I plan to save and leave in January. His best friend post was just simy the hair that broke the camels back….not the only thing there. It’s just everything he said and then everything he did were contradictory. I have told him that because we only communicate LD, we need to be honest with each other. Maybe I am assuming too much but I will be fine.

  3. LNC says:

    I guess now isn’t our time….

  4. Matt says:

    Sorry as No this is for have faith to read about my situation as a man whose wife who basically bee off to fl leaving me with her kids as me step father by rightly could had kicked them out and let her deal with the mess she created!!! As I had to pick myself up and go through crap eg mental state etc as divorce by right I could had more money in settlement regarding the up keep of her kids in maintence etc if I had my head screwed on at the time as she’s selflessness at the time as tried to leave me to pick up the bill eg mortgages, but she had to pay her in soliciting in the end. Well in the end as we leading our own lives now. As long she leaves me in peace and no come back attempt “sorry I have made biggest mistake in my life!!!” Then that will bang the nail in coffin for her. But I will say that I will forgive her one day as just right now I don’t give damn of what she’s doing.

    One thing her (blood family usually stick by each other!!)family side supported me through the crap times I had as is this telling you anything that falling for FL is not sweet journey, basically living in dream world with blinkers so I am waiting for karma to bite her on the arse!!

    Just telling my experience as now I am not bitter as happy now etc so hope I had not confused you even further!!

  5. To Love Without Regret says:

    Dear oh dear. Why oh why can’t people just behave like normal, rational human beings and deal straight-forwardly and honestly. Who honestly believes that you can dodge, avoid and fake a marriage into fulfillment? I’ve just discovered that there are a whole lot more layers of BS going on.. and now I’m seriously tired of it. It’s all so unnecessary – but I guess it’s affirming to know I still have to be avoided with such determination and effort.

    FL, one day we will have a fascinating conversation about all this… How hard you’ve had to force it.

  6. Have Faith says:

    TLWR
    Are you able to explain here what is going on? I have a few thoughts that you might find interesting…..keep in mind this is just a little speculation on my part, kind of a “what if” scenario. But, what if an angry spouse found this site and realized that her/his spouse had been posting here. Even worse, the FL of that spouse had also been posting here, and now that angry person was privy to all that information. What if that person then decided to post false stories under a variety of names, perhaps in a attempt to gas-light them. Just think of how easy it would be to do so.

    I am not saying this is happening, only that there is a very real possibility of this occurring and therefore maybe we shouldn’t take every thing we read here at face value.

    OK Anon – I’m wearing my tin-foil hat and I’m prepared for your inevitable comments.

  7. Have Faith says:

    Matt
    So you are not the one who had the FL experience, then, it was your wife. You were on the receiving end, so to speak……
    Well, it certainly sounds like you had a tough time of it, but it also sounds as if you are finally in a better place now. Just a note about karma – wishing vengeful thoughts about someone else is actually creating bad karma for yourself!

  8. To Love Without Regret says:

    @ Faith

    I know without a doubt her husband knows about this site. I mentioned it in a letter he found when going through her handbag years back. And I have little doubt that of the carnival of sockpuppetry and gaslighting that’s been presented for years now, most (if not all) has been from him. But it is unbelievable to me that she is so unobservant and avoidant that she hasn’t noticed any of it.. and some is just to close to pass by unnoticed. No, I think she’s aware – the question is whether she thinks, like he does, that it makes him wily and attractive, or ‘fighting for her’ (not that he has anything to fight – I couldn’t be more disconnected other than by ignoring everything completely) or whether she wants to curl up and disappear with embarrassment. Or if there’s a massive tug-of-war going on.. and if so, I hope she’s okay. I cannot assist her in any way, however, when I know nothing.

    My earlier comment relates to something that happened away from here. I don’t know what’s going on but it is beyond weird. Flip-flop hardly does it justice – what a shambles… Isn’t it strange how people overreact when caught doing something they’ve been pretending not to, and which they’re embarrassed by. This is stuff way outside my comfort zone..

  9. Have Faith says:

    So true that people can over react when caught doing something they were pretending not to. I think the ones that over react the most are those personalities who believe they are smarter than everyone else. Getting caught in the act is a real blow to their ego.

  10. To Love Without Regret says:

    Yeah, sockpuppets huh? What can I say? Who needs ’em, and why? Not the sign of a healthy relationship, whichever way it’s parsed. Though it is flattering to know that so much energy is still being expended on me, it all seems so self-destructive and idiotic… and unnecessary. Just talk straight for heaven’s sake you cowards!

    Sometimes I think I’m the primary glue holding their ‘no responsibilities’ marriage together… who knows what will happen when I drift off, as I inevitably will do. Maybe if he spent more time on his husbandly duties than on playing Mr SmartAss Cunning – and maybe if she could just learn to say what she thinks and feels, and stop trying so hard to be liked.

  11. Anon says:

    Have Faith, there you go again with your universe karmic bs. Got the tin foil hat on again today?
    So let me get this straight, if someone does something bad to you off and you wish bad karma on them then you are going to get the karma back? How is there any faith in the universe? You are too funny.
    TLWR, for you to think that every sockpuppet or anon or gaslighting (the terms kill me) is a result of you being here, is very narcissistic of you. To the point that you consider yourself so important that you’re the only one being sought out here? That is priceless.
    Why do you even stay then? Your idea of stalking goes way beyond the ones that think every craigs list or seeking someone on a newspaper ad.
    If anything, this site is good for a daily laugh.
    Have faith I hope your universe comes through for you today. I really do. If I could I would post a pic from Signs where they are all sitting on the sofa with foil hats on their heads.

  12. To Love Without Regret says:

    @ Anon

    No, the narcissist is the anonymous troll that seeks to snipe at everyone else’s story, but reveals none of their own. But who cares what you think.

    The sockpuppets and gaslighting doesn’t have anything to do with this sight. It’s the numbers that anonymously call you, then cut off after one ring – and then post WhatsApp profile pictures f paintings by your FL of a naked man and woman sitting together.. that’s just as one example – I don’t need to explain to you. No, not imagining my importance, just acknowledging other people’s rampant screwed upness.

    I don’t need you to tell me how this all works, or how to conduct myself – I don’t think you have even the slightest clue. I’ve been at this way longer than you, and I’m not too scared to have a specific identity here. Go play minecraft.. or farmville, you silly little person. The only thing more foolish than me staying, posting on a forum that I know my FL and her husband visit, if that’s what it is, is surely your hanging around here all the time, pretending you aren’t, and contributing absolutely nothing of any lasting value. How degrading and pathetic is that?

  13. Have Faith says:

    Anon
    You probably will post that pic. I’ll keep an eye out for it.
    If you don’t understand karma you could always read up on it
    You know what really makes me laugh? The two faced comment, considering the number of faces you wear.

  14. To Love Without Regret says:

    @ Faith

    Is that addressed to me, or Anon.. the bit about the photo?

  15. Anon says:

    laughing – paranoia among the natives TLWR

  16. Have Faith says:

    TLWR
    That was intended for Anon

  17. To Love Without Regret says:

    @ Anon

    “The higher we soar the smaller we appear to those who cannot fly.”
    ― Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

    Cluster B, Dark Tetrad… sick, sore and sad. You are just one more of those puerile, envious, tough when hiding, wretched and forlorn nothings.. who gets their sexual kicks from causing anger, hurt and distress.. or trying to. And I’m absolutely ecstatic you’ll never get to experience even a tiny fraction of the joy and excitement I have had the privilege of experiencing in my life. You are of no consequence..

    http://slate.me/1CWAjS4

  18. Just Once says:

    TLWR said:

    “No, I think she’s aware – the question is whether she thinks, like he does, that it makes him wily and attractive, or ‘fighting for her’ (not that he has anything to fight – I couldn’t be more disconnected other than by ignoring everything completely) or whether she wants to curl up and disappear with embarrassment. Or if there’s a massive tug-of-war going on.. and if so, I hope she’s okay. I cannot assist her in any way, however, when I know nothing.”

    If you truly love this woman, and you really believe that her husband knows about and participates here, and that it may be cause for embarrassment or a painful tug of war, then perhaps the best thing you could do for her is to begin ignoring everything completely.

    I know that’s the exact opposite of what you want to do, but if you truly love this woman, you need to put her well being ahead of your needs. I’m not telling you to move on and forget about her *which I know is impossible), but maybe it’s time to call it a day on your end, and let her deal with and resolve her end in her own way, without your interference or influence in any way.

    You’ve made your feelings known to her, if it is meant to be for you and her, let her come back to you, when she’s ready. The chance we take when we do that is that she may never come back, but if that’s the case, then it simply wasn’t meant to be. Just my .02. Best of luck to you.

  19. To Love Without Regret says:

    @ Just Once

    Mine has been a long, long journey which has included a lot of stepping back and letting the chips fall as they may, but of late we are reduced to constant intrusion and deliberate manipulation, not just of me, but of my wife as well. And this isn’t a simple situation that might be assuaged by simply leaving it be. I tried that, and it came to grief. Let us bear in mind: In his own words, her husband assured both my wife and I that we WOULD hear from him again.. and boy, haven’t we just.

    You perhaps misunderstand. I am pursuing nothing with her nor do I want anything other than an end to the trite nonsense and endless game-playing. And I was hoping for adult civility, in the best of worlds. And because we do have overlapping lives, it has now become impossible for this to carry on as it is – pretending each other’s non-existence whilst making it obvious for everyone else to see. So thanks a ton for the advice – but I’m really not here trying to ‘woo’ her. I comment on Shrinktalk both to tell my side of the story (which is and has been distorted), and as a way to converse with people going through something that consumed my life for many years – back when I thought I had an actual lost love.

    At times I worry about her her and her safety.. I do. But she has assured me over and over again that she is in absolutely no danger whatever.. and considering her blase dismissal of serious threats to both me and my wife, I assume she’s used to that sort of thing anyway. Either way, I’m just living my life as best I can, having as much fun as I can and getting on with things, and commenting here – sometimes a lot, and sometimes not. Are you seriously suggesting I should stop because my existence and opinion might be annoying my first love’s husband? That I will not do in this lifetime, I promise.. but I’m the kind that won’t ever get bullied into complying or shutting up.

  20. Anon says:

    alas I’ve been dismissed by TLWR boo hoo

  21. Just Once says:

    TWLR, of course I do not know your history, and I wasn’t suggesting anything on the basis of how it would affect your FLs husband. I was merely throwing it out there that when you really love someone, you put their needs before yours, and that stepping back and letting her figure things out might be a good thing, regardless of the outcome.

    You know, take the old “If you love something, let it go….” saying to heart and let her go and see if that ever leads to her coming back to you. She might, and she might not, but either way, you did what you could, you let your feelings be known, and you’ll never have to live with the regrets of not having tried.

    I realize it will be difficult since you have overlapping lives and her husband seems to be a troublemaker, but you can’t un-ring a bell, so live with everything that’s happened and try to get on with your life. It’s not about being bullied into shutting up at all, it’s about getting on with your life, with or without FL. Sooner or later, if you quit reacting, the “bully” will get bored and give up, and with any luck, she’ll eventually see his true colors.

    Sometimes letting them go is the greatest act of love that we can give. Just food for thought. Again, best of luck to you.

  22. Just Once says:

    TWLR,

    Sorry, I meant to add this in to the last post about applying the “ignore the bully and they’ll get bored and go away” advice to the Anon moron. Lets all just stop reacting to his trolling posts and eventually he’ll go elsewhere to feed his juvenile ego. Are we all agreed???

  23. Anon says:

    Hahaha ….too funny. We have already seen her true colors. You should know.

  24. Jasmine says:

    So, I have a great husband. My life seems picture perfect. However I often think about my FL. Our relationship ended when he wasn’t ready to get married. I was only 20 and he a few years my senior. I was so hurt I dated a couple of times and met a nice guy. Unexpectedly I got pregnant and we got married. The entire time I never forgot about my Fl. Years later my Fl called me and told me how he messed up. I never stopped caring for this man but I know I have responsibilities so maybe in another life. So I agree that you carry a strong connection with your Fl I still thin of mine.

  25. Down the Rabbit Hole says:

    @Jasmine: your situation is very similar to mine. Except I messed up. Not a single day goes by that I don’t think of him.

  26. LNC says:

    I found this from Dr Kalish and wish I had found it MONTHS ago but this all rings sooo true!!

    A woman trying to recover from a lost love affair writes down reminders to herself, so she can let go. Perhaps it can help some of you.

    Reality check for today:

    1) He feels no obligation to me.

    2) Although we are in a relationship of sorts, he has not made any agreement with me, nor are there any agreed upon parameters of behavior.

    3) His contacting me is solely based on whether he feels like it at the time.

    4) His choice to follow through on calling or emailing as he said he would, is totally based on whether he feels like it at the time.

    5) The rest of his “real” life, and any demands made upon it, will always take priority over what he chooses to do with me.

    6) If the demands in his real life get to be too much, I will be the first thing he takes off his plate.

    7) This is what is real, whether I like it or not. This is what I can choose to accept—or not.

    8) Feeling resentful over things not being the way I want them—or disappointed over unmet expectations—is not healthy for me and damages my self-esteem.

  27. Di says:

    I think that the whole thing begins again when you still have issues with your fl and then are contacted. Bottom line.

    I’ve read recently about those that didn’t feel the same. They were glad to hear from their fl but didn’t feel the need to start something and cut it off when the one contacting came right out and wanted more or hinted at it.
    If you really can look back and know without a shadow of a doubt that you never flirted back and forth or gave any kind of hope to them then it is on them. However, more than not a lot of people get sucked in to the back and forth and before you know it, JUST through written word you are in this shady place, deleting texts, and emails, making secret accounts and scrambling for places to go to talk.
    I was kind of more open about it. My husband knew about my fl. I’d walk and he’d walk and talk on our phones. I’d drive to work and talk to him, snatch times at work on breaks and talk to him, driving home I’d talk to him and the entire day we’d be texting. I can’t believe I didn’t lose my job. He sent me stuff at work, the owner even nicely dropped something off for me… I told him to stop after that. It was too close. I think he wanted people to know.
    We sent each other Christmas and birthday gifts. He’d always take a picture of it opened and thank me… I kind of thought he started doing that if my husband happened to see. Delete*Delete*Delete.
    It is this crazy place. And then however or why ever it goes away, whether it is you closing the door or them closing the door, the hole is GAPING!
    I’m still not over the places where he was. I never thought the emptiness would go away. I started listening to books on CD and trying to fill my life with someone else’s stories. Though my story was the craziest of all… Nora Roberts couldn’t have written it as crazy!
    The thing is… Nora Roberts always seemed to pen a happy ending…
    It’s all soo sad.
    I’ve been dealing with my bff’s kids. Sharing things their mom shared with me. Losing my bff… right after my husband lost his good friend to ALS… It makes you want to figure things out. To not be stuck anymore to realize that we all can get up and live our lives. I keep trying not to keep coming back here! We need this life line for some reason.
    A few times I have come on here and couldn’t get on for some reason and was almost relieved. What if this place went away and we could all move on? I mean what where would all the Anonymous Trolls go? LOL I’m sure they have their other places they spend all day in. THAT is sad to me!
    Go have a good day everyone!

  28. Have Faith says:

    Di
    I think you’re right – facing death can force us to take at look at what’s important to us in life. I think the older we get the more and more we realize that the most important things are people and relationships. We start to realize that we may need to end certain relationships. Most of all I think we start to realize we need to make our self happy, too, instead of just making everyone else happy.
    Yes, where would all the trolls go? They probably would find other people to harass somewhere, lol.
    LNC
    Without any context to the relationship, her rules mean very little. I guess I would have to read the rest of the post, however I’m not a member of that site. But I think if both people in involved in this relationship are still married to others it would be pretty difficult to not let “real life” take priority. Perhaps in that case she is single and her LL is married and she is resentful of the time he spends with his family?

  29. Anonymous says:

    For some of us, time with a FL would have been the “real life.”

  30. Anon says:

    Hey Willy-boy
    Dude look like a lady :)

  31. Anon says:

    Hey Anon
    Just once look like a lady, too! 😉 😉

  32. LNC says:

    @Have Faith- that list is kind of how I feel about our situation and it was not written by me however it’s my situation and although it really hurts I realized after reading that list that life is too short to fall short . If we are to ever be together it needs to be without all of the other stuff being real life and with us being each other’s real life and that cannot happen as long as there are marriages involved.
    @Di- sometimes I think you are perhaps the older version of me. I don’t know what you mean about losing somebody very close makes you look at life differently and realize we’re not guaranteed any given amount of time and that we want to make life count.
    Now that NFL is once again out of my life of course that is all I think about is him however I’m on vacation and I’m going to try to enjoy it to the best of my ability. Nonetheless I will be checking in here because I feel like you guys are my sanity right now. And to the trolls who cares what you think about this but the real people you know what I mean.

  33. LNC says:

    @Di- I do know what you mean about losing somebody. Don’t was obviously a typo sorry

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