Posted by Scott (220.127.116.11) on October 05, 1999 at 19:04:14:
In Reply to: I don't care posted by Scott on October 05, 1999 at 17:00:32:
Thanks Darrell.My wife is a strange one, and that above else is why she frustrates me. She gives her time to everyone(and me too) but when it comes to herself she seems oblivious. She meditates all the time and freaks me out because she can read people's thoughts. She knows what is going to happen right before it happens and a lot of other weird stuff. That freaks me out and I think it's getting to me. She trys to keep that from me too. She answers people before they say what they want to say and it's disconcerting. I leave in the morning and I'll be going down the road and remember that I forgot something and she'll be opening the door with what I forgot. She can hear me talking to people in her mind and sometimes calls me and tells me what I just said and who I was talking to and I'm like 30 some miles from her. She'll dream about something and then tells me in the morning and then it happens. Sometimes when there is a murder or crime she will tell me where the person is, and what happened and it really freaks me out. I think that is what has kept me from her the last year. She realized it a long time ago and tries to keep that from me also. I think that we just have one of those relationships that revolve around the kids. I will keep my space and she will keeps hers because I don't see it working any other way than that. She most likely will tell those that e-mailed her that I am seeing someone else right now, and that doesn't even seem to phase her. That right there pisses me off. It all pisses me off. She says that she only expects from me what I am capable of, making me feel like I am a child or something. All I want is to be happy and to have a normal life. I see that this will never happen. The kids are calmed down and back home. I talked to them about everything so they know that their mom had an accident. I'm leaving on business for two weeks, can't get out of it.
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