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    Unhappy Mr and Mrs. George Anthony / How do they cope with living in the same home ?

    This is my first time starting a thread. I don't remember this really being discussed, perhaps it was awhile ago. Anyway, with Halloween having just passed, school having started about 8 weeks ago, more or less and Thanksgiving and Christmas coming up,I can't help but wonder about how they stay sane living in the home Caylee lived in for her short life. She would have probably started kindergarten this year. Did their hearts break when they watched buses going by ? Did they open the door to trick-or -treaters and think of what could have been ? I realize that many of the websleuths community have lost a child and go through this grief process continually. I 10000% apologize if this bothers anyone else. I just wonder how they can deny what happened to Caylee and WHO caused that to happen , and at the same time, watch other children who would be around Caylee's age, doing the things little ones do everyday. And the support of the person accused of this tragedy is ridiculous. I am wondering if they play little mind games, pretending that KC is somewhere else, not jail. Maybe telling thmselves that Caylee died of natural causes so they can deal with seeing other children and not agonize. Again, my apologies to those who have lost a child and deal with these same feelings every day. I cannot imagine the pain. I am not saying that a child who dies of natural causes is not agonizing. It must be horrible pain. I just think they may think this way so they can continue to support "mother of the year. " I need to take some tums now. Or a stiff drink !!
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    Remember the phone call where Cindy called 911, and said that the car that Casey had borrowed smelled like a dead body? And remember during George's deposition, when he told the detectives that the smell coming from the trunk of the car had the unmistakable smell of a decomposing body, and how once you have smelled it, you never forget it, and would never mistake it for the smell of anything else?

    And do you remember when they both changed their stories, and blamed it all on the smell of rotting pizza? That was the turning point, where anyone could see that they had decided to lie, to protect their daughter.

    I suppose it's theoretically possible that they are in such denial about all this that they really actually believe that their granddaughter is still missing. But rather than trying to analyze their madness, I'm just waiting for the trial, and am in the meantime enjoying watching the Anthonys and Jose Baez blundering along, making fools of themselves.

    This doesn't completely address your main question though, of how George and Cindy can get along in the same house. Simple answer: George digs dominant women. Especially since he *knows* he's been naughty.

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    I'm sure their hearts break. They loved Caylee. Cindy has coped by going mentally insane and I hope she can snap out of it. She needs to stand up and admit to herself, 'I'm the mother of a daughter who killed her child. I will continue to love my daughter but she broke the law and now must take the punishment. We will always have our grand-daughter Caylee in our heart and her memories. Now, we must move on and look to the future. We have a son Lee. He will be getting married and having children. We will share the love we had for Caylee with his children. These children will grow up knowing they had a cousin. We will not hide Caylee's story but will share it in the family as ages get old enough to want to know the details. We will look to the future and blessings from God. We will not dwell on the past and what we lost or what could have been. We will emerge stronger with God's spirit in our hearts because of the ultimate test that we were given. We were chosen and we accepted and now we move on with great honor and love for God and our family. "

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    How do they get along in the same house? They do what they apparently do about everything else. They lie. They lie to themselves that they don't know what happened or where they went wrong. They lie to each other, saying everything will work out and they will all be one big happy family again one day. CA tells herself that there is nothing she could have done. GA tells himself that KC just has "issues". But, I can't help but think that at some point in time, perhaps when they are lost in a deep sleep, the truth haunts their dreams. It's at these times that the truth pokes it head through the veil of lies that surrounds this family and makes itself be known. Then the morning approaches and they awaken to their home that is now empty of the sunshine that was Caylee, and instead is filled with the ghosts of what could have been and what should have been done. They will sip their coffee, feigning smiles at each other, and start another day of lies. JMO, of course.




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    I doubt they get along vey well after all the pulling and tugging they have done to each others emotions a few distractions with other potential partners perhaps and the thought of what could have happened to Caylee right in that very house and it being done by their very own daughter while they were at work!!!! No, I don't think they stand by each other on the home front. I believe it is very cold and lonely in that house about now. That is what I think. They don't look very close in court. They each have their own agenda. Not good.

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    I've said it before, along with others - I predict they will (finally) divorce after the trial is over with & done. Lee already seems to be separated from the family and I think George will have had it up to his bushy black eyebrows with Cindy...

    But then again, who would have either of them?? They may be stuck with each other!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullwinkle View Post
    Remember the phone call where Cindy called 911, and said that the car that Casey had borrowed smelled like a dead body? And remember during George's deposition, when he told the detectives that the smell coming from the trunk of the car had the unmistakable smell of a decomposing body, and how once you have smelled it, you never forget it, and would never mistake it for the smell of anything else?

    And do you remember when they both changed their stories, and blamed it all on the smell of rotting pizza? That was the turning point, where anyone could see that they had decided to lie, to protect their daughter.

    I suppose it's theoretically possible that they are in such denial about all this that they really actually believe that their granddaughter is still missing. But rather than trying to analyze their madness, I'm just waiting for the trial, and am in the meantime enjoying watching the Anthonys and Jose Baez blundering along, making fools of themselves.

    This doesn't completely address your main question though, of how George and Cindy can get along in the same house. Simple answer: George digs dominant women. Especially since he *knows* he's been naughty.
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    hahahahahahahaha!!!!!!! I've had a stressful eve at home and in RL. Your post is the first i've read since I got on and your take on their relationship made me laugh my butt off! Thank YOU!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefmom View Post
    How do they get along in the same house? They do what they apparently do about everything else. They lie. They lie to themselves that they don't know what happened or where they went wrong. They lie to each other, saying everything will work out and they will all be one big happy family again one day. CA tells herself that there is nothing she could have done. GA tells himself that KC just has "issues". But, I can't help but think that at some point in time, perhaps when they are lost in a deep sleep, the truth haunts their dreams. It's at these times that the truth pokes it head through the veil of lies that surrounds this family and makes itself be known. Then the morning approaches and they awaken to their home that is now empty of the sunshine that was Caylee, and instead is filled with the ghosts of what could have been and what should have been done. They will sip their coffee, feigning smiles at each other, and start another day of lies. JMO, of course.
    I read in Cindy's latest letters that she did finally move Caylee's potty chair out of her bathroom, why would she do that if she really thought Caylee was still alive???

    Quote Originally Posted by Itsy
    I've said it before, along with others - I predict they will (finally) divorce after the trial is over with & done. Lee already seems to be separated from the family and I think George will have had it up to his bushy black eyebrows with Cindy...

    But then again, who would have either of them?? They may be stuck with each other!
    I also read in Shirley's letters that Cindy won't divorce him because he'd get half the house and she'd have to pay him alimony...
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    Maybe I should have reworded that title . How Do The Anthony's Live In The House Where Their Granddaughter May Have Been Murdered. !!!?????


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    I asked that question from day 1.
    I for one would see Caylee's ghost everywhere!
    I would have to leave because of the BAD memories.
    On the other hand, my relative kept the car his son died in.
    He needed to feel his son was arround.............
    Different things for diffent people.

    as for the 2 living together............
    well before my divorse (many moons ago), we lived in the same house but separately.
    Separate bedrooms, separate bath, separate phones......passed in the kitchen and let me tell you it was a hard 6 months til I got enough money to move out!
    Many woman die because they hang on and share the house while divorcing.
    But these 2 were made for each other..........LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by LinasK View Post
    I read in Cindy's latest letters that she did finally move Caylee's potty chair out of her bathroom, why would she do that if she really thought Caylee was still alive???

    I also read in Shirley's letters that Cindy won't divorce him because he'd get half the house and she'd have to pay him alimony...
    I wondered the same thing. Then I figured she thinks that since Caylee is 5 years old and living it up in NYC, Zanny must have potty trained her by now.

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    I have a feeling this is what George goes through constantly
    http://www.healthyplace.com/personal.../menu-id-1469/

    http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/M...to_Return.html

    I do believe if George grew some self esteem, he'd quickly realize he doesn't need to live under Cindy's controlling thumb anymore.

    He's used to being "whipped" plays the martyr card fabulously.

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    Well, people can say "I would have to leave the house" where something like a death or other tragedy happened, but the reality of life in terms of finances, mortgages, finding another house one can afford to live in, packing, paying to move, etc. often factor into staying where one is.

    And, on the other side of things, there can be a sense of comfort in remembering how much a lost loved one enjoyed a certain place.

    In my own family we have a family "second home" that my late beloved father built many years ago with his own father. My dad loved this place and over the years we have had - and continue to have - some of our best times as a family there. And to this day I always feel very close to my dad when I'm there. Other family members have made similar comments. And it is not a disturbing feeling, it is a good, almost comforting feeling.

    One evening my adult nephew said to me "When we're here I keep having the feeling that grandpap is going to walk in through that door any minute!" and I looked at him and smiled and said "Me too. Nice, isn't it?"

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    George and Cindy Anthony are in their own world, we'll never get it!

    Good job starting your first thread!
    Your question reminded me of someone writing to me once and asking me to lay off mom and pop and explain why this grieving Grandmother and Grandfather can't get any respect around here. My first smart Alec response would have been, I am offended that you asked. Then I started thinking about the Anthonys and how they are perceived and largely it is not by inference, but rather their actions that they are judged. I think the pair of them living together in the house where Caylee lived, they compartmentalize and do as they do everything else. Here is a blog I wrote about it some time ago.

    They don't think like we do. If you don't believe me, just ask Mr. Miller!
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