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Dario left a comment for John Pound
"Dear John, Thank you so much for your comment of encouragement and wisdom. I took a couple of days off from AoM to put all the comments in perspective, and I decided to close the discussion. I will actually soon send a message to some of you to…"
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John Pound left a comment for Dario
"Stay strong my friend. I went through a veritable nightmare of a divorce a few years ago, lawyers financially destroyed me, but I didn't lose the most important things in my life, my kids. Life as a single father is difficult. Don't even…"
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N. Vest replied to Dario's discussion How to deal with a quasi-affair
"I don't think he mentioned it in the original post but he's said it a couple of times in the comments, nonetheless a men's group is still solid advice"
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"As your emotions go up and down, Dario, there'll be times when that "devil's advocate" advice echoes in your mind.  Do you want that to happen?  It's going to be tough enough as it is.  You might consider…"
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Dario replied to Dario's discussion How to deal with a quasi-affair
":D That's a good one! :D Ok, then: let's become millionaires. Step 1) Go through her private messages Step 2) Find her communication with someone she would for sure tell whether she had sex or not Step 3) Look until you find a message when…"
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At 3:46pm on January 19, 2014, John Pound said…

Stay strong my friend. I went through a veritable nightmare of a divorce a few years ago, lawyers financially destroyed me, but I didn't lose the most important things in my life, my kids. Life as a single father is difficult. Don't even think about divorce proceedings unless you're very serious. Things may be retrievable at this stage. No marriage is perfect and couples do work things out after worse things than this. Use rational thought and less emotion, difficult to do, but essential in my opinion. I sincerely hope that things work out well for you, John

At 9:51am on January 17, 2014, Will said…

As your emotions go up and down, Dario, there'll be times when that "devil's advocate" advice echoes in your mind.  Do you want that to happen?  It's going to be tough enough as it is.  You might consider whether continuing to read words like "It's over" and "She's banging him" is going to be good for you (!).  Just a thought.  (I put this here because I'm not trying to start a fight on that thread, but I still wanted to say this.)

 
 
 

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