I am hopefully nearing the end of my divorce with my husband who is an Alcoholic, and also very verbally/emotionally abusive. All to which he ferverently denies, by the way. I'm dealing with it well, mostly... I already have the kids in the parenting agreement, and am able to move out of state when the divorce is final. Hopefully we'll be done with all of it in the first few weeks of Aug. Also, I meditate, and have a good support group, and I certianly don't believe any of the garbage that comes out of his mouth, I know he's only trying to hurt me. But still, ARGGG! It JUST SUCKS! Living with someone that you no longer want in your life, and getting attacked every day when you least expect it. Thank GOD I'm getting a divorce, THANK GOD! Since we're medeating, I have to take a lot of it on the chin to a certain degree, because we have to "Agree" on the terms of the divorce before we go to court. The only time we actually see a court room is when the Judge finalized it. I think I'll give the judge a big wet kiss on the mouth when he does! I guess I'm just wondering is anyone else is dealing with this, and how they are doing with it as well?
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