I was frustrated by the way my life had turned out. Would I be able to connect with others who would remind me of what I’d been taught as a child, that God loved me even then, that He’d not given up on me?
I’d worked hard to hold onto remnants of hope for my marriage, but each day that summer I could feel it slipping through my fingers. God was still there, I knew, but I longed for people who would talk back. So here I was, seriously considering going into a chat room. Would I find friendship or face rejection because of my journey?
I dont know if I am in the right place or what I'm really doing. S soldier who plays EVE online every waking moment he is home. Go to PT come home for breakfast and play, go to work, come home for lunch and play on lunch break, go back to work and come home and play till he goes to bed. I ask him to do stuff with us (go to the park, or for a walk or workout, etc.) but its always the same.
I just know that I am hearing my husband on his headset talking to people he has never really met and I am left here to my own thoughts. I am a house wife and a mother of a 6 year old boy. I go with my son to the park and for walks and, yes, my 6 year old even works out with me. Anyway, I was getting at it started almost 2 years ago when he got home from Afghanistan.
So, because there’s a demand for it, married dating services do exist.
Though the sites may not encourage members to cheat on their partners, they do assist those who wish to do so, and have become very successful in the process.
I will try and talk to him, something as simple as asking him how his day at work was. I can handle being ignored (for the most part) but it breaks my heart when our son asks him to play with him and he says not now. I had not seen him in months and months and then he comes home and finds this game.