Mumsnet has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. If you need help urgently, please see our domestic violence webguide and/or relationships webguide, which can point you to expert advice and support.

my husband has left me for another woman

(62 Posts)
loughtongirl Mon 12-Oct-09 20:16:23

My husband waited for me to go to work last week and while i was gone he packed all his belongings and took them to a flat which he had rented. I had absolutely no idea this was coming. We had known each other for 25 years and had been married for 21 of them. He told me that he could no longer live with me because it was killing him. It has since transpire that he is seeing another woman that he met at work. We have a 15 year old daughter who will be taking her gcses this year. At the moment i am not sure i can get myself through this. Any advice would be welcome as i do have a supportive family but no friends,

GrimAndHumourless Sat 06-Oct-12 01:27:05

oh my, Zombie Thread and Spellcastings

Seen it ALL now

Smeghead Sat 06-Oct-12 01:30:06

Interesting though, this thread is very similar to another ongoing thread about an MNer who came home to find her H had left for another woman, clearing out most of the house in the process.

And yet they all think that they are the only ones to go through the "agony" of this shit hmm

Smeghead Sat 06-Oct-12 01:31:06

That is, the HUSBANDS think they are the only ones in the world who have ever gone through the "agony" of true love, not the wives who really do have the agony.

izzyizin Sat 06-Oct-12 01:48:20

I missed it, what was it? Send 30/50/100+ quid to have the lying scumbag your dh/dp/bf miraculously restored to your ever loving bosom?

Jeez, if some twunt did the dirty on me in that style I'd pay far more to have them kept away forever.

To my mind the agony that ensues from discovering the one you lurve is a total tosspost comes from realisation of the valuable time you've squandered on them.

And i was just about to post this link to here the OP to show how to do it properly lol

To my mind the agony that ensues from discovering the one you lurve is a total tosspost comes from realisation of the valuable time you've squandered on them.

Agreed. See even zombie threads have their uses smile

tamirya Mon 02-Jun-14 02:20:50

i never ever believed in spell until i meet a man called Dr Osaze who help me cast a spell that bring back my ex-lover who left me for two years before our marriage,His spells works beyond my imaginations and today i am happily married with two kids and me and my [ex-lover] now husband are very happy more than ever before,what more can i say rather than to say thank you dr ogala for been there for me,contact him today and your life will never ever remain the same his email is spirituallove@hotmail. com, may the lord continue to use you to save people as you did to me, He is the best spell caster that can help you.

CarbeDiem Mon 02-Jun-14 02:32:37

How lovely tamirya.hmm

Reported

possiblyprecious Mon 02-Jun-14 02:39:56

He he!

LiberalLibertine Mon 02-Jun-14 03:19:30

You spell the amazing doctors name different each time!? Reported.

jessylynn01 Mon 06-Oct-14 22:14:58

Message deleted by MNHQ. Here's a link to our Talk Guidelines.

jessylynn01 Mon 06-Oct-14 22:15:26

Message deleted by MNHQ. Here's a link to our Talk Guidelines.

Drumdrum60 Mon 06-Oct-14 23:04:16

Worry about a social life when you have taken back control and everything is sorted out . Concentrate on you and your daughter first . Don't do anything reactionary. Stay dignified .

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now