By smashleighfig - 08/03/2010 05:14 - France
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I sort of agree with #22. That line really annoyed me for some reason. Your husband was faithful and honored his marriage. He can't help how he feels although posting it online is a bit disrespectful. You two need to have a talk and that talk should probably end with you letting him go. Why be in a relationship with someone who doesn't want to be there? FYL
Why do you feel bad for him? He should have left his wife a long time go if she wasn't the right person. I feel bad for his wife, because if I were in her position, I would be devestated that I made a life for myself with someone who doesn't feel the same towards me, but made me think that they did.
OP, obviously your husband didn't tell you about his blog for a reason. The fact that you "found out about it" and thought you would happily read something about yourself, was a bad assumption on your part. At least your husband has just been blogging about his thoughts and misery, and doesn't seemed to have acted on them. F-his-life if he really does feel trapped, because he'll never be completely happy with you. No one should stay with someone because of a "previous commitment". FYL, if you thought he was happy with you.
#22 and #23 have some messed up reasoning. So the husband keeping a long and well thought out blog describing how he didn't actually love his wife is OK, but the OP writing one sentence saying that she was excited to see what her husband wrote about her is wrong? FYL OP and don't listen to these dumb kids
@ 84 Darkmis1... I said F-His-Life if he doesn't/or didn't really want to be in the relationship with the OP, but for some reason married her anyhow. Maybe she was pregnant at time....who knows. However, it's clear that he married the OP out of some sort of obligation. It is an FML for him, if he was trying to do the right thing (for some unknown reason) by marrying the OP.
@ 92, you got me there! Didn't notice the difference in years the first time around....lol. Sadly, this makes this FML even worse then; because if he was only a year (the newlywed stage) into his marriage with the OP and managed to find and lose his "soulmate", then clearly he wasn't that into his wife and should have just moved on at that time.
OMG, not another Haiku about her luscious earlobes. I can't stand another blog about how much her toes touched the deepest part of his fickle heart and her tears were dew drops he gathered in a vial and wears around his neck. Now here is an interesting headline. PATHETIC BLOGGER IS STRANGLED BY ANGY WIFE AFTER READING BLOG. Ah PatheticLumps blog just got so much better.
Tell him you know exactly how he feels. If you really want to hurt him, tell him your "lost soulmate" was well hung.
I could never stay with a man who doesn't think of me as his soulmate. to be referred to as a 'previous commitment' and not 'dear wife'. to be regretted as a choice. I'd rather be alone.