Re: Why so bitter?
you know thats what unhappy people do [i mean unhappy with self]. you can never "fix" what you dont know is broken, and she prob does not know or aknowledge it. you have done the right thing in backing off, she got what she wanted.
i am sorry about how it all went down and your son does not deserve to see his mom "working" it out, and trying to get her s### togther.
i know this will sound harsh: you are bitter because yoou want someone to say, yes you were right you are the bigger person
well you were right, yoou are the bigger person you did all the right things and she did everything wrong...
see, it resolves nothing to shout this from the roof tops. you must accept her for the broken individual that she is. this is what she wanted for her life. take soliace you got out, you are on the other side of the looking glass.
if you feel your son is in danger, emotional, and mental, and a loving enviroment,are important to their well being. it is enough that you are a safe place for him to run to, and to be in comfort. you dont live there, so you have the opinion of a small child that has a huge event happen in his life.
so think about the source before you act, and tell a judge,you want a hearing and you want full custody. you have to be able to prove its not a good enviroment to raise kids in.
think long and hard. come to terms that she will never be back with you, and she has choosen a low life to share her life with. it will start the healing process, i am not trying to be mean or spiteful, please, dont be mad.
these things will help you over come your hurdles.
yami ni madoishi awarena kage yo
hito o kizutsuke otoshimete
ts umi ni oboreshi go no tama
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