I dont know if this is the right way to do itbut here it is. I started a post about betrayal earlier today. I have posted a correction there as well. If I was giving anyone the idea that I was labeling my wife as a betrayer that was wrong. I simple wanted to get some input. I have gotten some great feedback both on the post and through messages from folks out there that have really helped. My wife is a great woman and a fantastic mother no matter the state of our relationship. I fully understand that blaming is not healthy or productive. If we were assigning blame I would have to take on my fair share. I believe in standing up for what is right and taking responsibility for ones actions. I posted this morning just to get some feedbackunfortunately it came off the wrong way. I hope you all understand that I was not trying to label my wife or pass the blame buck onto her back. I will be more careful in the future and if I have offended anyone out there.please know that was not the intent and I would be happy to buy you a beer and make it up. Have a great weekend.
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