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Old 08-27-2007, 07:43 PM   #21
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Old 08-27-2007, 07:44 PM   #22
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What the did you do to her off? Somethings missing.... If nothing, obviously she is a little whacky and I would not allow my kids to be with her in that state of mind.

I would call the police and have them issue an amber alert for abducting your children.

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Alright guys, the man needs real help....

If she cheated many times....i would say, by letting her come back every time..well, may man, she already knows you're a sucker.....don't be, no one deserves to live like this.

It looks like she's not a person of good moral standing, I know is your wife, but c'mon, now all you have to do is get yourself a good lawyer and study your chances of keeping your kids...sadly, in the state of texas, a cheating wife is not enough to take the kids away from her...but a man cheating..well, that's another story..it's so unfair.

Don't let your emotions cloud your judgement, take the key off the bike and give it to someone you trust and tell them to keep it away from you at least untill your situation settles down.

one thing I admire about you is that your kids are your # 1 priority, keep it that way....and in the case your wife get to keep the kids, well, watch them like a hawk...all would not be lost...you can still win their custody if she messes up and you can proove the kids are in danger.


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Old 08-27-2007, 07:49 PM   #24
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Alright guys, the man needs real help....

If she cheated many times....i would say, by letting her come back every time..well, may man, she already knows you're a sucker.....don't be, no one deserves to live like this.

It looks like she's not a person of good moral standing, I know is your wife, but c'mon, now all you have to do is get yourself a good lawyer and study your chances of keeping your kids...sadly, in the state of texas, a cheating wife is not enough to take the kids away from her...but a man cheating..well, that's another story..it's so unfair.

Don't let your emotions cloud your judgement, take the key off the bike and give it to someone you trust and tell them to keep it away from you at least untill your situation settles down.

one thing I admire about you is that your kids are your # 1 priority, keep it that way....and in the case your wife get to keep the kids, well, watch them like a hawk...all would not be lost...you can still win their custody if she messes up and you can proove the kids are in danger.


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Old 08-27-2007, 07:50 PM   #25
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What the did you do to her off? Somethings missing.... If nothing, obviously she is a little whacky and I would not allow my kids to be with her in that state of mind.

I would call the police and have them issue an amber alert for abducting your children.
I don';t think that's possible, at least here...by beign their mother, she can take them somewhere else without beign an abduction. Call a police officer and ask him, they will tell you for sure.
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thaings have been real rocky and she I don't know where she went because she has done this in the pass and her mom wont allow her back but she seemed to already have a place to go. she's cheated many times but I allow her back cause if I don't she does everything in her power to keep the kids from me.
Ive been married 8yrs and I dont believe in divorce. BUT I would seriously think about hiring a PI for evidence just in case your put in position where you have to fight for the kids. A hired professional is alot better than he said she said.

That being said, Keep your head up. I know alot of couples that have been threw alot worse and are still together after 20+yrs. Its sounds like the marriage needs to be brought to a more mature level. Hopefully things will get better.
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Ive been married 8yrs and I dont believe in divorce.
It takes two to think that way, though. I don't believe in divorce either, but unfortunately, my ex-wife did.
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I was going to say something along those lines, but I didn't have the right words to reference that thought ...

She abandoned you a long time ago when she cheated. You attempted to fix it and she kept using you.

This is where you decide how 'strong' you are or 'dependent' on her ...

I would personally fight for securing my children's future and not letting them be subjected to her dysfunctional life style.

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It takes two to think that way, though. I don't believe in divorce either, but unfortunately, my ex-wife did.
Agreed.

Marriage can be tough. Even after 8yrs, 2kids, and one on the way, I still consider us newlyweds. Personally I dont think the best counseling is gonna come from a motorcycle forum whos opinion of the marriage is based on one post. I would seek help from someone who is unbiased and qualified.
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Qualified + Married .... I know plenty of people that are qualified in 'their field' and are not married themselves. makes me quite confused myself.

I personally think she's not going to try and resolve this.

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Old 08-27-2007, 08:36 PM   #32
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Man people I don't know if this is going to help or not but I just really need to get some encouragement right now.Today Two days ago my wife decided to stop smoking.Seems to be an bad I idea cuz today she was angry and wanting to argue over anything then she got what ashe wanted and argument
by the end of the arguement she had packed her and took the kids to leave.I don't know what to do. I jumped on my bike and rode wrecklessly off into the rain but luckily realized that is not the thing to now I have no Idea how to deal with the lost of my kids. I lived for them and now don't know what to live for. some one please help me through this one.
just relax and leave all the negative thoughts behind kids are way smarter than we give them credit for and they see EVERYTHING make sure all ur moves are positive and with love they will remmember i did .... glad 2 see ur venting its a good way 2 relax good luck my friend !!! dont pay attention 2 what pll say all the answers are inside u ...
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From what I am seeing I would take the advice from all of the above. keep your head up till things get better and stay off the bike with emotions in the air. Hire a Lawyer and get his/her point of view, and what can/can't be done in this situation. If you can prove your more stable for the kids, you get the kids.(thats how it is in texas now days. its whats best for the kids ie: time you spend with them, living conditions, time on/at job, income, insurance, ect...) Maybe PI for that matter but pending on the lawyer, no need to spend extra money when not needed. and divorces can cost alot expecially when there are kids involved. whatever you do, just make sure from now till this is 100% done, don't go to jail, or get caught doing anything stupid by anyone!! the better you look the better chances you have at winning. Oh and reconciliation would not even be in the picture if it was me. once a cheater always a cheater at least at heart and mind. and those who use there kids as leverage are the lowest peices of on this planet. they don't have the right or privlage to hold the name mandkind, or even animal for that matter.
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Old 08-28-2007, 08:56 AM   #35
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Dude, I don't think this had anything to do with smoking. This had to have started before now.
Either way, you have to decide if this is how you want to live your life...
If it is, keep a light burning so she can find her way back.
If it isn't, then you have some hard choices to make because you are going to have problems if/when she gets custody.
As far as the kids, you will have a relationship with them... it will be different, but you will have one. You will lean the meaning of quality time.
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Thanx everyone for the advice and even more the support and knowledge it really helps. I'm feeling a little better I get my down times like when I come across the many toys that pop out of no where but for the most part I am starting to do better again thanx for careing and shareing.
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