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|Tue, 04-22-2003 - 2:36pm|
When NC started, back in February, it began with anger. Perhaps this is our chance to end things on a more loving note.
He sent me two e-mails this morning, the first since February 3. I haven't responded to either one. They're both short. In the first one he says he misses me very much and thinks about me all the time. Well, gee, that's really great. But again, no mention of divorce or rethinking his marriage or anything. No mention of a marriage at all. He's acting like he's single, and he's NOT! I wonder if his wife knows he e-mailed me. I wonder what she would think if she knew he misses me very much and thinks about me all the time. I don't think that would melt her heart. I think it would make her murderous.
It really makes me kind of mad that this man thinks he can just waltz back into my life. Does he think I'm crazy? Didn't all the days, weeks, and months I spent crying mean anything to him? Two months of time away from each other is supposed to change everything? Hello?
I think you've got it absolutely right, GT, I think he needs to know what I will and will not accept. And I'm going to have to tell him, clearly and in no uncertain terms, one more time. I would be willing to try again with him, when he is free to have a relationship. A friendship is out of the question. Perhaps this is what he's trying for.
I see your point too, Crystal, but I do love this man, and our affair wasn't of the sneaking around variety, so there wasn't anything really ugly about it. If he were to divorce I would want a relationship with him. But you know what? That's an awfully big IF, isn't it?
1. "If I get divorced."
2. "When I get divorced."
3. "I am getting a divorce."
4 "We have filed for divorce."
5. "The divorce is final, and I am free to be with you."
The five sentences above are all extremely different, right? Which of them is a situation in which it would be ok to be involved with him again? This is a quiz!
Hope you're all having a great day. It's beautiful here in my part of the country. And it feels good to be free.