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"I also believe that, at our core, we are universally fearle

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"I also believe that, at our core, we are universally fearless, shameless, honest, empowered, grateful, and free.”
- Coach Mike Bayer

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Aug 13

Great quotes, keep up the good work! Have a great day!

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Aug 13

@Livingonaprayer you are so correct. My ex needed me financially. He came to me from his ex wife with out a dime to his name. He always had to have the best of everything, clothes, shoes, cars. He would just buy stuff because,, and whenever i would question him about his spending he would always say just trust me. I started a painting business for him and he would spend every dime he made almost immediately on clothes, shoes, and expensive gifts for his children, friends etc. He became so lazy he started hiring sub par painters to work while he ran the streets with new supplies. After 4 years of me bailing him out and handling all the bills i was financially ruined. He decided then to abruptly leave me after an argument. He made it seem like for months he was living with an aunt only for the truth to finally come out he had moved back home with his ex wife ( who had after 4 years gotten back on her feet financially). He and her decided to cut me out of the business by changing a few letters of the business name (literally a y for a letter i) and filing for a new LLC. He left me with the tax debt from the old business. I later found out she not only started him the "new" business but she also purchased him a new BMW truck, a work Van, and brought a new house. He left me with the madness of trying to figure out how i was going to retrieve the Hummer i had purchased for him, that he abandoned because she said they wouldn't be paying for since he wasnt with me, and a new house he and i had just gotten and renovated ( i only got to live there for 6 months due to him stalking me and a violent altercation). Now hes back depleting her finances while still cheating and trying to convince me hes coming home. They really have no shame, and will use anyone who lets them.

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Aug 15

@Onellremember I think you may have meant to post this on a different thread. But since it’s posted here, I’d like to comment. I am truly sorry about your very unfortunate experience. I was left in a similar situation after my ex-husband, a covert narcissist, abandoned me at the end of a 30 year marriage. I had been dependent on him for all that time. He was extremely controlling, emotionally abusive, and very manipulative. Money was used as a weapon of control. I found myself in such a chaotic situation that I didn’t think I’d survive. It has been an extremely difficult and challenging experience. But in getting through it, I’ve been transformed into the person I was really meant to be. It’s the opposite of how I used to see myself when I was with my ex-husband. Believe me, I wouldn’t ever want to go through it again. But the outcome was the best thing that ever happened to me. I don’t think I would’ve taken the step to leave if I had had a choice. I greatly admire those who take that huge, life-changing step on their own. It takes tremendous strength and courage, but the rewards are great. PLEASE DON’T EVER LET HIM COME BACK!... He’ll destroy you, and you don’t deserve that. You need to value yourself, and know that you deserve much, much better........

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