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ceraliz77 Letters to my husband who is in a manic stage


12-30-09 Sad Sad Day

Dec 30 2009

Jeremiah:

 

I hate this illness! I wish you would just get better. I still care about you and pray for you. I am sorry that I filed for divorce on your birthday but I have to let youget right now and take care me. I still love you with all my heart and I hope you learn to take care of yourself.

 

 



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written by MsBimbo, December 30, 2009
I'm so sorry for you both, Ceraliz. My ex-husband filed and had divorce papers served on me on my birthday, too. Even today, it still hurts to think of his betrayal of the vows he made.
I am the bi-polar one, he was just a spineless woose!
You are so very right to take care of yourself first. That is the only way to even begin to have an honest relationship. Some folks with bi-polar are just strongly bi-polar for anyone but a saint to live with.
You are a brave woman and I hope all the blessings God has for you will abound in the days to come. Grieve, but don't live there. Grow and heal, and maybe someday, he'll have taken the road to a better life and you'll be friends.
God Bless,
Cecilie
written by ceraliz77, December 30, 2009
Thank you

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