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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/20 23:48:38 (permalink)
1st of if you split would you sell house and go for custody.
Or let her have custody with access as from what I can make out your still in forces so you could be shipped out any time .

If im honest i would gather the evidence go for divorce and look after your kids when on leave.
Her feller will drop her like a hot potato when he returns just make sure you do it first and move on .
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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/21 04:33:31 (permalink)
Tell her to beat it mate sooner u get away frm her the soon u be happy pal
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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/21 04:33:41 (permalink)
Tell her to beat it mate sooner u get away frm her the soon u be happy pal
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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/21 08:30:16 (permalink)
I think in your heart of hearts you'll know yourself what you want to do regardless of the advice offered here, I've no input to offer on that score all I can say however is you have my total sympathy.

It's hard to be humble when I'm so great...

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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/21 09:29:45 (permalink)
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If you don't kick her into touch everyone will think less of you and talk behind your back in the military, i've seen it. It also makes her fair game for the weasles that love to take a crack at blokes misses when he's not there and she will definitely do the same thing again. 

 

If i was you i would take the hurt and turn it into a massive positive. I'd go mental with phys and sign myself up for a few courses, hard ones, and come out much better in the end. 

 

She will always be your daughter mate




I'm sorry but I don't agree 100% with this.
Does it matter what other people think?
Is it not as per my previous comment that you need to be able to live with yourself.


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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/21 09:56:57 (permalink)
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Has anyone ever seen a relationship flourish after one person has cheated? I actually have. Someone cheated twice and was found out. The other party was devastated but gave them a second chance and they are now the happiest couple I know.
 
I/m not saying it's wise to give someone a second chance and I'm not saying it usually works out when you do because I don't think it does. But sometimes it is worth giving it a go. Only you can make that decision.




I know a couple where the bloke has been caught cheating - twice (that she knows of - I'm sure it's many more).  She's forgiven him, and they *seem* very happy now... - but you never know what goes on behind closed doors. .  Every time I see her, she seems happy, but she's also constantly drinking.
 
Twice though?!  Why would you put up with it twice?  I find it baffling.
 
Some people seem happy, then they go and commit suicide.  Couples appear happy, then they split, everyone puts on a front to the world.
 
 
 

I used to walk into a room full of people & wonder if they liked me..... Now I look around & wonder if I like them
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Re: Relationship Help 2017/04/22 09:25:50 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby Hall95x 2017/04/22 09:57:45
I couldn't trust her again but when children are involved they should come first.

Just another perspective, and this would go for all partners who work away, with social media now it's so easy now when you're feeling lonely or going through a bad patch.

Being that you're away for your career so much, it may not be wise to spend your little time volunteering as well. I'm not defending her actions at all. People in a solid relationship would talk about how they are feeling.

But you may need to ask yourself what should come first however much enjoyment helping others brings you. Of course we all need a release from at home whether that's going out with friends, the gym etc.
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