SECRET REGRET OF THE DAY: April 13, 2018

I regret getting married to man who dose not show any kind of affection or care. I wish I never got married. I wish I had the courage to leave but I’m afraid of what will happen if I leave. I regret that by being with him I will never have children because he doesn’t want any. I can’t even have a dog. I hate being with him and I want to leave.

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3 thoughts on “SECRET REGRET OF THE DAY: April 13, 2018

  1. If it feels wrong… it is wrong. Make changes while you’re young enough. To want children, to be able to have children and never have them will be the biggest regret of your life. He sounds controlling which is why you may be afraid to leave. Find a close friend or family member you can confide in and have them help & support your leaving him. You can do this.
    “Never make someone a priority if they only use you as an option”.

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    • Love your reply. He does sound like he wants to control all in the marraige. He should at least meet her halfway. She sounds love starved, but having a baby with him does not sound like a good idea. If he doesn’t want to go to counseling to improve things, then she may have to move along. However, there must be a side to him as well because there’s always two sides to a matter. I was just that she begin to focus on areas that makes her happy and put her time into those things. She may be putting too much of her focus into him and having him to make her happy. That won’t work. You want to make a guy crazy, just stop paying attention to him and ignore him and see what happens.

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  2. Today is my 21st wedding anniversary and he forgot about it. I’ve been so lonely for years, I can’t even put it into words. Two months into our marriage I asked him if we should divorce because he was withdrawn and uninterested in spending time with me. He convinced me it was just new marriage jitters. We’ve had some good times and at one point I had hope which led to our two wonderful children. But the lonely times far exceed the good and it devastates me that we’re modeling marriage this way for our children. He had an affair. We’ve been to counseling, and while it helped him be less passive aggressive and me be more outspoken about my needs, it did nothing to rekindle love. He stopped going to counseling and seems content to live as roommates. I’m going along for the sake of our kids who would be heartbroken to have their family torn apart. I don’t trust him and believe he is having an affair again. My advice — get out now and don’t look back. Please do not bring children into this world with him – it won’t be fair to anyone. Best wishes to you. If I could do it all over again, I would have left two months into it.

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