Going through the big D and I don't mean Dallas  

__JVT__ 46M
98 posts
4/20/2006 5:32 pm

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Going through the big D and I don't mean Dallas

Question...for those of you who have been through the big D...how did it go for you? How long did it take? Did your ex cooperate with you at all in moving it along?

Any insight you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

rm_isadoraswish 41F
3 posts
4/24/2006 5:28 pm

Unfortunately, my divorce took a long time. My ex had already moved on with a girlfriend, but yet filed for continuances every time we had a hearing scheduled. It was hell. The good news is that it can't take forever at least .

MamChelle 49F
1443 posts
4/25/2006 6:47 pm

My first was a breeze we both were sick of one another, married him, he was 26 and i 15, no assets, no children..just sign seal and seeya.
The second was horrendously painful,it lasted 5yrs i had to set in the courtroom and remain silent as my story, version by the ex, was told. He purposefully paraded my childhood and my bdsm life for his perverse satisfactions. But i got the last laugh when i had His truck because it was in my name, released back to me. It took nearly 2 years from the time He left me, till it was done and over.
This last marriage lasted 6 cruel years. The ass left and the final hearing was April 10th. i signed gave him no contest, am so much better off alone, than with one so heartless. Unlike most women, i never asked for a dime from any of the three. My attitude is that i came with nothing and i can stand with not one more thing from one who doesn't love or want me. Divorce is an ugly hearwrenching event in anyones life. All i can be thankfull for is that on all of my own there was not a child in the midsts of the chaos whom needed me to be strong and put their needs ahead of my adult needs. As i have read Your blogs, i admire that it left me feeling that You may be One of the good parents of a divorce. i am glad that there is someone significant in Your life to ease the empty lonelyness that comes with being a divorcing person. i don't know if men ache in the night, or miss being held, comforted, like i do, since my very fresh divorce. But if You do, i wish You peace. i wish You all the best. chelle.

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