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Author: dennehy78th Subject: help me please. i feel humiliated and abused.
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posted on 04-21-2012 at 14:26 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
help me please. i feel humiliated and abused.

guys.... i have divorced. my so called wife purposely i seeems passed on herpes to me, then started divorcing me.

she used to tell me real men do it lots. she divorced me after she gave me the herpes. we were togwther for 3 months. she divorced me every month....

i was a virgin. she asked me to get married.

i got played. i got screwed.

she humiliated me totally... telling me my job was shit. i was a weakling. she used to tell me to work out. tell me i couldnt protect her... she spotted all my nbad things... anything good she would disregard.

i am a writer. she was messing on my pc once. i came home and she told meto read something she wrote, some written peice. i read it, commented. and told her i write too.

she looked at me and said " why did you tell me that" and looked away.

she used to make me screw her. 4 times a day. i enjoyed it too , but she urged me totally to lust.

she left the room one night for no reason and slept in a hotel room i hadnt paid for. she just got up and walked in to the other room.

when i got up to just find where she went, she was walking in the room smiling to herself.

i have been psycologically destroyed...

i am diseased.

help me. i feel like i have been raped.
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posted on 03-01-2013 at 21:55 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
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posted on 04-17-2013 at 11:16 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Viagra is not the solution - you need to re-evaluate

It seems like you have definitely been taken advantage of, but it is also telling about your personality and mode of communication.

It seems like the problems you were facing were things that you should have noticed before you got married.

If you were a virgin, maybe you were simply eager to get married.

Whatever the reasons or results, you need to move on. While you feel taken advantage of, you should appreciate the fact that you are done with the relationship and begin taking steps to move forward in your life.

Take some time off from trying to find serious relationships. Pursue your interests, things that are healthy. Create a home for yourself. Practice the sports or hobbies you enjoy. Find the things about your life that make you who you are, and focus your attention on them.

The key is to become comfortable with who you are. It's a cliche, but you have to love yourself before you can love someone else. If you don't understand who you are, how are you supposed to focus attention on figuring out who someone else it?

Take it slower next time, and don't just blindly enter into a relationship that isn't obviously perfect for you. I hope things go well for you in the future.
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posted on 04-28-2020 at 11:52 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Dear Help Me

I realize the age of the post by Divorce, and though it may no longer be relevant to the individual, his situation is relevant to many other men who suffer at the hands of cruel women.

Firstly, women and men can both be cruel. Cruelty is not a trait owned more by one gender than the other.

Secondly, cruelty is always a choice, not a symptom. Underlying issues act as causations of behavior, but choice always belongs to the mind and not the disease.

Thirdly, victimization always requires a victim. The user 'Divorce' placed himself in to the role of victim and allowed himself to be treated as a victim, and this was his choice. I've never bought in to the idea that humans are incapable of avoiding threatening circumstances, but rather choose to subject themselves out of fear, lack of experience, or an even more imposing sort of mental monster in the closet: and that monster is an inner attraction to the depravity seemingly being forced on them. In truth, our feet follow our choices. We are not robots or slaves. Our feet follow our choices.

The statement, "They made me do it", is never true when the first person makes the determination to "do it", regardless of who the "they" might be.

In the case of "Divorce", he plays the victim out of choice, and then cries for help from strangers on a forum.

From an old physician from New York, here's some good advice: dry your tears and wipe your eyes, and leave the cruel woman behind. Remind yourself that you deserve better treatment and must make a stand to receive it. No one else will do it for you.
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dennehy78th
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posted on 09-16-2020 at 09:27 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Philippine women would not treat their man so badly

I understand that this topic is about help for the original poster, but as I read everyone's reply I can't help but think of some crazy bat-shit women I've been hooked up with over the years. I could go into detail, but let's just say I've know mean and crazy like the woman described in the topic.

Cutting to the chase, instead of defining all the weird and wacked-out broads I've known, there are women of a certain culture who have always treated me like a king: Philippine women. Filipinas are by far the most man-friendly women I've had the pleasure to know. I dare to suggest that if the man who posted this topic (aka 'Divorce') had married a woman from the Philippines he would never have written the post at all.

Plenty of wack-jobs out there, wearing skirts (or whatever). Much of the West is losing it's mind. So you would expect to find women who are operating without theirs.

Find a better class of woman.

Just a thought.
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