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Incomplete

Oklahoma City, OK

#1 Feb 13, 2013
I don't want to go thru this thing called Life without you. Please come home.
Anonymous

United States

#2 Feb 13, 2013
Awe thats the sweetest thing ive seen. Hope they come home good luck!!!!
Incomplete

Jonesboro, AR

#3 Feb 13, 2013
Thank you, I do too.
CompleteMe

Oklahoma City, OK

#4 Feb 13, 2013
I wish it was that easy ,,,
wedlock

United States

#5 Feb 13, 2013
It is that easy. You go home. You say l love you. Let's give this another try. If you ever loved each other it can work. Doesn't mean there weren't problems just means you are going to try to hold on to each other and communicate. Why give up everything you have both worked for, put your kids through hell and be alone in this cold world. Go home!
Incomplete

Jonesboro, AR

#6 Feb 13, 2013
CompleteMe wrote:
I wish it was that easy ,,,
Why isn't it?
CompleteMe

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Feb 13, 2013
Incomplete wrote:
<quoted text>
Why isn't it?
Has anything changed?
Incomplete

Jonesboro, AR

#8 Feb 13, 2013
You're probably right. Last night was a bad night. I was thinking and feeling like what wedlock had wrote. But I know that Love alone can't keep us together. You have always had my heart and I will always love you.
CompleteMe

Oklahoma City, OK

#9 Feb 13, 2013
Incomplete wrote:
You're probably right. Last night was a bad night. I was thinking and feeling like what wedlock had wrote. But I know that Love alone can't keep us together. You have always had my heart and I will always love you.
Thats the way I have always felt , that it was worth fighting for , but home should be where you feel wanted and loved , not like the enemy .
wedlock

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Feb 13, 2013
I don't know how long you have been apart but seperation does change you. You appreciate things you had taken for granted. You realize you blew the bad things out of proportion. You realize that some of the friends advising you had their own agenda. Go home. Splits hurt more then just you. They cripple families and workplaces. If there is love, try again.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#11 Feb 14, 2013
wedlock wrote:
Splits hurt more then just you. They cripple families and workplaces.
Maybe splits because of workplaces cripple families but i don't see splits crippling workplaces.
similarstory

Jonesboro, AR

#12 Feb 15, 2013
My homies wife just cheated on him and now they are separated. I know he still loves her, And would do anything to work this out, even though she repeatedly lies to him... Her name is Alyssa and works at trinity lighting if anyone cares.
Same boat

Baton Rouge, LA

#13 Feb 15, 2013
I know exactly how u feel. I want my husband to home me and his kids! Forgive me saying this but there r factory whores that will ruin a marriage with no regards. I do feel that split is worse. If u have history it can be fixed but it doe take time. I pray that yours comes home as well as mine!
regretful

Jonesboro, AR

#14 Feb 15, 2013
I am a 55 year old white male. I left my wife about a year ago. I just wasn't happy and couldn't get her to try and make it better. I am sure not happy now. I know I didn't tell her what I really needed. I know I listened to the wrong people. Things were not really that bad. We are not divorced yet and we are going to loose everything. My daughter says go home. I am not sure my wife would have me. She won't have much without me but she will get half my money, our house, our car and half my boat. I am do in debt now. My daughter says but if you went home you wouldn't be and you could catch up in no time. I think about no more laundry and ironing. Made up beds clean bathrooms and a warm body next to mine. If she will take me, I am going home. We have been married 30 years. That's a lot to work with.
Becky

Jonesboro, AR

#15 Feb 15, 2013
Incomplete read what you wrote sounds like you need a maid & a cook.You need to wine & dine her date her all over again.
regretful

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Feb 15, 2013
My daughter has talked me into a family meal at a restaurant tomorrow night. I will admit I have been avoiding my wife because I am still physically attracted to her. I am actually nervous. I have not had sex in 13 months. What if she looks at me and doesn't care for what she sees. I was a prick for leaving her like I did. We should have had fights. Worked it out but I didn't want to stay so I didn't try to fix it. The first few months were cool then it got old. I miss being a husband. Having someone look up to me. Need me. I realize I am not doing anything I couldn't do before just have no money and no one really cares. Took a while to know that. So. What now?
guest

Matawan, NJ

#17 Feb 15, 2013
regretful wrote:
I am a 55 year old white male. I left my wife about a year ago. I just wasn't happy and couldn't get her to try and make it better. I am sure not happy now. I know I didn't tell her what I really needed......I think about no more laundry and ironing. Made up beds clean bathrooms and a warm body next to mine. If she will take me, I am going home. We have been married 30 years. That's a lot to work with.
Sounds like you just want a housekeeper.
Glad

Trumann, AR

#18 Feb 15, 2013
My husband and I have been split for the past few months. I can't see us getting back together I'm the happiest I've been in years. I know that's sad to say but it's true.
regretful

Kemp, TX

#19 Feb 15, 2013
No I don't want a housekeeper. I just realized how much she did that I took for granted. I thought she took me for granted! My daughter says she still wears her wedding rings. She has said she does not want to date. When we were together there was a woman I liked. Apart no one is interested. Weird but true. I am still paying most of the bills and have no disposable income so there isn't a lot to do and no one to do it with that matters.
regretful

Jonesboro, AR

#20 Feb 16, 2013
Got a fresh haircut and ironed a shirt. Realized that more then 9 out of 10 shirts I have she bought me. Got to thinking about how many times she has washed, ironed, packed and unpacked them. I left because I felt like she has let me down, lied to me by not holding up her end of the marriage. I know I don't begin to know all she did or all she did without. I was planning on leaving and threw it at her for years. It's a wonder she didn't go crazy under the pressure but she just kept on loving me and living our life. She is never going to forgive me. This is a waste of time.

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