Help...Error Message?

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Registered: 02-12-2007
Help...Error Message?
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Mon, 10-22-2012 - 5:46am

I posted a question a few days ago, but whenever I've tried to read the responses I've gotten, it keeps saying "Error"  http://www.ivillage.com/forums/node/119775619#new.  Can you please tell me what's going on?

Thanks!

 

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Registered: 08-09-2012
Mon, 10-22-2012 - 8:25am

anything that was posted two weeks ago and beyond are not retrievable since they instituted this new format for the boards.  The CL's have been keeping a post on progress with corrections.  I'm shocked I could sign in with IE today.

I do remember that you had concern's about your daughter's negligent boyfriend--have you been able to speak with her?

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Registered: 02-12-2007
Mon, 10-22-2012 - 6:46pm

Oh, wow...I had no idea! I must be completely out of the loop!  My daughter seems to finally be making some smarter decisions...thank goodness!  She and her boyfriend broke up over a bad argument they had about 2 weeks ago.  He told her to f*** off, then drove off and left her crying in her car for 20+ mins.  I was so upset when she told me...and revealed that's not the first time he'd spoken to her like that.  My daughter told me she just didn't have it in her to fight, anymore, so she broke up with him.  I'd heard that before, so I just held my breath.

The very next day, she called and told me she wasn't doing well.  In other words, she was wavering...worried she'd made the wrong decision.  Well, they started talking, again, and he admitted he was wrong to have said what he did to her.  He, apparently, came by and took her out on a "date", which he hadn't done for months.  I knew where this was leading.  She bought into all of his lies...he told her he was sorry and that he'd start treating her differently.  Well, that lasted for about a day.  They got into an altercation last night over his dog (part pit bull)  that chomped down on her arm really hard.  She said he did nothing to prevent it from happening and showed no remorse or empathy when she started crying. So, she went over to his apartment last night and told him it's over for good!  Let's hope and pray she really sticks to her guns, this time!  He's an abuser...no doubt in my mind!

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Registered: 05-14-2001
Tue, 10-23-2012 - 2:35am

Doxie, are you still getting the error messages?  The board indicates there are six threads in that post you're referring to, but I can only see three.  I don't get an error message, there are only three replies and no indiction within the thread that there should be more than that.


~ cl-2nd_life

cl-2nd_
Community Leader
Registered: 05-14-2001
Tue, 10-23-2012 - 2:44am

I posted a reply to the thread about your daughter.  Can you see it?  (The questions are genuine, not posted just to see if you can read them)


~ cl-2nd_life

cl-2nd_
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Registered: 02-12-2007
Wed, 10-31-2012 - 7:46pm

No...I'm no longer getting error messages, but I can't seem to see all the replies. Oh, well! My daughter and her boyfriend usually sit in his or her apartment and watch movies or play video games, rather than go on a "real" date. This has been going on for 2  1/2 years. After my last post, my daughter and her then "ex" patched things up briefly, only for her to decide she was DONE! I have never been so happy in all of my life!  Well, she's been drawing closer to God lately, which I'm thrilled about, to say the least! A few days ago, after no contact for a week, my daughter's ex contacted her and asked to talk to her and she agreed.  He came over to her place and said he'd been drunk and hungover the entire weekend and was tired of living that way. My daughter took it as a sign from God that she needed to witness to him.  She, I think, is taking it a step further and interpreting that to mean that she should give him ANOTHER chance...so, looks like that's where we're headed.  I'm just sick about it, too.  I can forgive, but I sure can't forget all he's put her through. I'm worried this is going to drive a wedge between my daughter and I...and I don't want that to happen, but everything about him screams WRONG ONE!  No...my daughter would never be open to dating anyone else.  She's so entranced by this guy for some reason.  She even had a few guys  tell her recently that they'd like to take her out on a date, but she brushed them off because she can't break free. I'm worried sick he'll end up being my son-in-law...and I don't know if I can handle that. I pray about this constantly! How do I keep my feelings and opinions to myself when I see a train wreck about to happen?  I can't pretend that I'm overjoyed that they're getting back together, when I'm not.  How do I handle this?