And maybe after?
"He has also apologized for me NOT being the most important person in his life all those years, too - he added he realizes HE was the most important thing all along and that he was incredibly selfish in all the things he's done to mess it up."
I'll be honest, I would be doing back flips is my spouse would say these kind of words to me. My spouse and I got into a heated argument on Sunday. On Monday she said that "We were arguing about the past again. The past isn't our present!" She's right is a big way. At some point, you have to find a way to live in the present. Some men never in their whole lives figure out what your husband just said to you. That's a big step.
Chin up Myra. Your one of my heros.
ThomasWe have five kids. Our D-Day was in August, 2008.
I often felt that way.
It did feel good hearing those things.
You, me and ties, I swear, lots of peas in a pod here.
I feel almost guilty I'm not taking the time to respond to more posts, but I'm so overloaded with feelings since last fall I'm here needing feedback more than trying to help other people right now.