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Folks, the past few weeks, I have been consumed to get pay b

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Folks, the past few weeks, I have been consumed to get pay back, but lately, that has died down because God has blessed me recently with a job of a higher grade in the Federal government and he told me again to leave it alone and he will take care of the vengeance. If this helps, I want to share a couple of Karma stories. I have a few coworkers that went through the same things as most of us had. My former supervisor, who was a great boss and he supported me with what I went through told me about his ex wife's infidelity. She cheated on him the first four years of their marriage and he wanted to reconcile with her for their children but she didn't want to. Well that was a blessing for him because he met his second wife and they been together for over 30 years and have a great marriage, he is a retired Colonel in the Army and is a senior level civilian employee in the Army. His ex wife, her AP cheated on her when they married, she has been in abusive relationship after another and she is on drugs and alcohol. In other words her life is a mess while his went up. Another one of my coworkers, I asked him did his ex wife get her Karma and he told me yes because her AP cheated on her and she never had a good relationship afterwards. All the other that were betrayed, their cheating exes all got theirs. It can come the next day, next year, bottom line, your WS will get theirs. Live your life and trust God will make it right.
Hope the Karma story make it better for you.

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devastatedinptbo's picture
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Mar 14

@Shannalee I don’t think you should feel badly. He has a right to know the truth about his wife. He has a right to make his own choices about the future of his marriage with full awareness about the reality of the situation. It is his wife and your husband that should feel bad about the situation.

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devastatedinptbo's picture
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Mar 14

@Shannalee He’s grieving a fantasy. An escape from dealing with real life. He probably should be in individual counselling for a while to help him understand and process what issues within him allowed him to behave this way. Why he felt he needed this escape instead of dealing with his issues like a mature adult. His grief is probably more self pity in my opinion, not really about the ow.
He needs to fully understand that the choices he makes impact others around him. He needs to figure out why he only considered himself and not the real consequences for you when he made these choices. When he gets to that place, you will see and feel his remorse is genuine and trust can start to be rebuilt.
Lots of work to go, but it does not mean he can’t get there!
You focus on yourself and recovery from the trauma. You both need to be very strong, very humble, and very committed to the hard work to get through this.

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Mar 14

@devastatedinptbo
How right you are! I certainly hope he can cause I am giving everything I got! I just waiting for him to move on so we both can ya know. It’s crazy really. Like what kinda hold does she have on him? Says he wants me, us our life but misses her. Will never understand.

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