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Posted by calvin at January 18, 2010
Tags: Addictions  January 2010  Money  Relationship

i have struggled with heaving drinking and drug use for the last 25 years, had a lot of good times but it became a dependence that I 'default' just out of sheer habit and boredom. So, keep in mind, that problem remains throughout my story. I fell passionately in love/lust with my wife in '96, we were extremely attracted to each other for about the 'usual' 1.5 -2 years. Then her accusations of my involvement with employees (female) started. She loved me, or she was obsessed with me, maybe a combination of both. We got married, had one child, built a business and had a lot of money, or so we thought. I knew 'things' weren't always connected between the two of us. Two years ago she turned into a teenager again at the age of 35, she spent tons of money and simultaneously quit paying the bills and became involved with an 18year-old employee. She bought a dog that pissed all over our furniture and carpet, costs us thousands. She had our home remodeled after the dog damage and we spent 25 thousand dollars. She didn't pay payroll taxes and the IRS demanded 40 thousand dollars, she moved out. The house is still unfinished. I had to sell the business just to break even with the debt where she did not pay the bills. I lost my business. I lost my wife (at the time to an 18 year old moron), my son went with her, I am stuck with two years back taxes to pay, and her business that she opened on the side and emotionally talked me into co-signing the note that she cannot pay:40 more thousand. I finally got 2007 taxes done, owe 13 thousand on that.About 4 months ago she was kind enough to give me "some lovin" if u know what i mean, then she borrowed my credit card to fill up the gas tank, 4 thousand dollars later, she claims I was not communicating with her,(she mentioned nothing of her credit card use). Life still sucks.


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By anonymousWoman at 18,Jan,10 10:34

"I knew 'things' weren't always connected between the two of us."

Perhaps that should have been a warning sign. From now on before you get yourself invovled in a marraige, MAKE sure this statement does not repeat history with the next woman. Before you get married, you should have already settled everything with each other including beliefs, feelings and personal background, such as has she been in heavy debt before, what is her criminal record, etc. Before you ever get married TRY to get to know each other fully, it's like buying a used car, you want to know the history of it before you buy it.

Don't let this woman anywhere near your money ANYMORE, stop having these random lust encounters with her, you are not with her anymore. grow some self-respect, tell her to back off and don't allow her to manipulate you anymore. This woman clearly was not ready to grow up and act like an adult. Take care of you personal business first, get back out there and start your life over again.

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