Monthly Archives: March 2011

My First Counseling Session – Answers or Questions?

I didn’t know what to expect at a Counseling session. My first session was to be me alone because my wife refused to attend. It was preceded by a mix of feelings, including uncertainty, inadequacy (going it alone), and even … Continue reading

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Ringing in a new day

A funny thing happened tonight. Well, not funny in the sense anyone laughed. It was closer to a crying than a laughing situation if truth be told. I noticed that my wife is no longer wearing her engagement or wedding … Continue reading

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Getting Dumped – Part 2 of 2

When I was younger, most of my (relatively few) relationships with girlfriends ended with me getting quietly dumped. I never had anything thrown at me and no-one screamed a “F**k off and die!” It was usually a dawning realization that … Continue reading

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Getting Dumped – Part 1 of 2

I think I have been dumped, along with the girls. It seems a reasonable assumption. My wife has left the bedroom, stopped talking to me, and goes out by herself without telling any of us where she is going. On … Continue reading

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Am in the middle of the end?

This is my opening entry. But it isn’t Day One. It’s some weeks ago that my wife decided she didn’t want to be with me or our girls anymore. As I write this, I am in my bed–what was our … Continue reading

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