After awhile of not getting along, I laid it on the line to the H. We need to either move on together or apart. Sick of staying in limbo. H said he wants to work on marriage, said he didn't get married to get divorced. I have been giving it my all. H goes out alot to one bar. I have never set foot inside until last night. Wanted to find out what was so great about the place. Knew he was at home with the kid and not going out. No chance of him being there. The bar was dead, four people to be exact. Was approached by BOB started talking. Bob was telling me his friend was suppose to come out tonight but instead had to stay at home with kid. Bob proceded to talk about his friend (my H) and say that he is one hell of a nice guy who is going through a horrible divorce. His wife is a bitch and won't allow him to see his son unless he pays her child support! I never revealed to Bob that I was the bitch he was talking about.
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