Monthly Archives: May 2011

Moving on to whatever comes next

The Lady E wrote about leaving England to move back to France in this post. I can certainly sympathise with the mixed emotions that come from locking up a house to move on to something very different without any certainty … Continue reading

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What my wife may have to look forward to…

I found this article a few days ago when I was looking for something else: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1387389/They-married-love-Now-divorced-lonely-theyre-new-generation–women-dont-know-date.html My wife was 22 when we got married. I never gave it a second thought at the time — but a few weeks ago … Continue reading

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Oh dear, a very bad evening

Kind folk tell me it will get better. I am sure that over time, it will. Thanks to my wife leaving and moving out to her own apartment, someone has to get up with the kids in the morning. I … Continue reading

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Two Views on Soul-Mates

As part of an ongoing series of joint blog posts, for one view on this topic, we turn to Struggling Dad, whose wife recently moved out: I believe most of us have soul-mates, but I don’t think there is only … Continue reading

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