Did your husband or wife leave you suddenly?


(Catharine Higginson) #1

Evening campers! This is for a lovely magazine, my (lovely!) friend Sam is looking to talk to a woman whose husband left her without any warning/ notice.
(or talk to a woman who left her husband without any notice).
Please PM me or Samantha Brick for more details.
Thanks xx


(Carol lokocki 2) #2

Very good, bob


(Carol lokocki 2) #3

I haven't left yet, but am seriously thinking about it, but i have nowhere to go and only 350 euros retirement pension to live on.

My husband won't give me a penny, sorry a euros.

There is a procedure called divorce but as I am 72 going 73 i will probably have popped my clogs before it is finished.

So is it worth all the trouble, I am asking myself.


(Jill Foxley) #4

I was the one that did the leaving. You only get one life. I don’t regret it for a minute.


(Christian Mauve) #5

Look for the fish.

My grand father left saying he was fetching cigarettes. Smoking IS dangerous.


(Rachael Fillatre) #6

Everyone is a bundle of larfs this morning...Thanks! :-)


(bob sivell) #7

Thank you, you're very kind


(Roger Bruton) #8

My second wife ran off with the guy that sold her a car. ..... God bless George Green!


(Rachael Fillatre) #9

haha, that is very funny Bob! :-)


(bob sivell) #10

Mine didn't leave suddenly enough.....

Does that count ?


(bob sivell) #11

easier to put something in his tea

I'd have taken this route if she hadn't left


(Marjorie Dunham 2) #12

Carol, i am in the same boat....we should swap stories


(Issenmannj) #13

I left my French husband with our son who was barely six year old then. For him it was "sudden" but for me it was 8 years too late. I didn't regret leaving him but regret the way I did it.

*** Hmmm... I wonder why my profile pic is in the text box when the message is posted but I don't see it in there when I went back to the message box to delete it