Author Topic: My Story Somebody That I Used To Know  (Read 2910 times)

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My Story Re: Somebody That I Used To Know
« Reply #130 on: July 12, 2019, 01:56:28 AM »
Savvy I’m really looking forward to the day that the devastation subsides. I know that the only way is through though. Quite depressing really. But it’s nice to be reminded that there will be light at the end of the tunnel.

I’m off out tonight with a friend to watch another friends band play. It’s at the local RSL, so it’ll be pretty casual but even so I’m a bit dressed up so I’m bent careful not to get teary about you talking about reconnecting with your kids. I’m lucky so far that both my girls (18 and 20) are still around and very supportive. I hate that the Mid Life Crazy has affected your relationship with your kids. It’s so cruel.

I know you’re a fellow Aussie but think you’re in a different state (I’m in SA). It’s weird to think of you sitting in your new car watching the lights somewhere else in Oz contemplating your kids and all this ridiculous MLC BS. Sometimes it feels like the people on here are fictional because they’re so far away. Knowing that you’re in the same country as me makes it all more real. Anyway, just letting you know I’m thinking of you and wishing you well.
M: 49
H: 51
Married 20yrs, together 23yrs
D: 20
D: 18
BD (that I didn't recognise as such) Easter 2018
BD 9th Sep 2018
OW (44) - he met her in the pub a week before BD, told me about her a week after BD. Thinks 'their planets have collided' because 'their eyes met across the room' and they had an 'instant connection'. Lives with her. Is building a life with her.


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