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    Warning to Second Wives

    I didn't know where to place this. But I found it outrageous. What do you all think? This is a woman's account of what it's like to be a second wife, and what she expects from her husband and step kids and how the kids make her wild with jealousy:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-jealousy.html
    For Elizabeth, a minor child, a victim. Thank God she is home!

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    I agree with the commenter under that article. This woman sounds like a nightmare. No child should have to send a thank you note after staying at Dad's house. IMO

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    Who is this crazy woman and why did they let her write an article.
    “Evil begins when you begin to treat people as things.” -- Terry Pratchett

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    She's selfish & immature.
    I can not believe she has "friends" that think and behave as she does. If I even knew her casually I certainly would distance myself and never speak to her again for fear people would think the stupid rubbed off


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    Bombshell lady, he had a life before he met you. What's she gonna do when he has grandchildren? she is delusional, very controlling.

    The fact that in his own home he can't speak to his children freely on the phone and to complain about how he interacts with his children. Imo he will begin to despise her. Remember he was married when he met her, she should be worried about that little tidbit, he can meet someone else while married to her. Interesting in the pic her furniture all matched and his vest match the furniture and she matches him. I would wager that he could careless about how she interacts with her child. Middle age should be drama free, not living with this lady.

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    is it just me or does she come across as my daughter and i are his family and his kids are just annoying guests in HER house?
    we need to encourage harder sentencing on those that are harming our children. our children are worth it!!

    stop the circus!! these children as all children deserve to be found and justice brought forth for what has happened to them!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ArianeEmory View Post
    Who is this crazy woman and why did they let her write an article.
    That's what I wanted to know. I almost feel like we're being punked.
    For Elizabeth, a minor child, a victim. Thank God she is home!

    *Gitana (means "Gypsy girl"). Pronounced "hee tah nah."

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    Seriously, what a shrew!

    I agree with the immature and selfish and I see a third wife in his near future.

    I don't normally comment on people's appearances, but wth is up with her face? She looks a little off.
    The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.--Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by hambirg View Post
    Seriously, what a shrew!

    I agree with the immature and selfish and I see a third wife in his near future.

    I don't normally comment on people's appearances, but wth is up with her face? She looks a little off.

    Her head is enormous & bucket shaped.


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    Ok, here's a man's perspective. First I couldn't read the whole thing. I was laughing too hard. The life of a homewrecker is soooo hard. The first two daughters refused to meet her. I give her mad props here because she has "some sympathy with this".

    She doesn't quite understand the dynamic between the father and his daughters. I didn't read the whole whateveryacallit. So I don't know if it eventually dawns on her that he's over compensating for ruining their lives by marrying a homewrecker and making their mother feel old, ugly and useless. The only good thing here is that I'm pretty sure she'll feel that way again when he leaves her for a younger woman, or tries to escape her grasp and go back to his original wife who will, hopefully, spit in his face.

    I don't even get what he sees in her. A guy leaving his wife for say... Lucy Pinder would be almost completely understandable, but this ummm... (I got a time out for using the word in the JA thread once so I'll just let it go there.) is completely unexplainable. She's not that pretty, she's not that bright, and she's a skank <-------- sorry time me out. I couldn't help it.

    So the first thing her new beu should have bought her behind his wife's back is a clue. It would have been better if he bought one they could share. JMO

    Quote Originally Posted by gitana1 View Post
    I didn't know where to place this. But I found it outrageous. What do you all think? This is a woman's account of what it's like to be a second wife, and what she expects from her husband and step kids and how the kids make her wild with jealousy:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-jealousy.html
    Well, I guess I just weighed in above.

    Quote Originally Posted by nightwatch View Post
    Bombshell lady, he had a life before he met you. What's she gonna do when he has grandchildren? she is delusional, very controlling.

    The fact that in his own home he can't speak to his children freely on the phone and to complain about how he interacts with his children. Imo he will begin to despise her. Remember he was married when he met her, she should be worried about that little tidbit, he can meet someone else while married to her. Interesting in the pic her furniture all matched and his vest match the furniture and she matches him. I would wager that he could careless about how she interacts with her child. Middle age should be drama free, not living with this lady.

    ciao
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    'Nuff said.

    Quote Originally Posted by athy View Post
    is it just me or does she come across as my daughter and i are his family and his kids are just annoying guests in HER house?
    The kids don't live in their house from what it sounds like. Maybe it's because I didn't read far enough, but the older ones sound like they are independent and the 16 year old seems like she's living with her mother. I was laughing so hard I was afraid the neighbors would call the cops about a disturbance. I'll try again and see if I can stifle it.

    It seems to me that she's upset that he has any contact at all with them and that he parents much differently. After all a Stalinist approach to parenting beats the hell out of a "left leaning liberal" type parenting job. After all who doesn't have respect for what Stalin was able to do for the Soviet Union? Seriously? Anyone? Oh wait, my sixty some odd year old Russian neighbor might not have respect for that. I don't know that for a fact, I'm just guessing.

    Well anyway, back to slog on, hopefully quietly.


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    Oh dear God, I don't know if I can control myself!! SERIOUSLY!! I just read that ...On the plus side, he's always been wonderfully inclusive with my daughter. I did not introduce them until we were engaged, four months into our relationship, so she, like Andrew's daughters, had to accept our marriage as a fait accompli... Four months into their relationship they got engaged!! It's a mighty British stiff upper lip that allows her to have "some sympathy" with the daughters who felt they got married too quickly. I think he might be feeling that now as well.

    ...In the early days, I would literally feel sick every time he made the fortnightly, four-hour round trip to see his children, convinced they'd persuade him to leave me in our beautiful Oxfordshire home and move back to their seaside Sussex town.

    And I developed this ghastly insecurity and sexual jealousy towards his first wife, obsessing about the 20 years they'd spent together.

    Just the sight of a crumpled towel in the bathroom would send me doolally, as it would remind me of 'their home'...


    All doolally!! This is priceless, was this ghost written by John Cleese?

    ...Anxious second wives take note: the secretive texting and furtive calls your husband makes are far more likely to be to his children than his ex-wife or any other woman....

    She's the Martha Stewart of England.

    MOUTH AGAPE AND SILENT AFTER READING THE FOLLOWING BIT!!

    ...When I share my experiences with other 'second wives', I find the mobile-phone scenario typical.

    One girlfriend feels nauseated every time her husband speaks to his 26-year-old daughter and goes all gooey and adoring, calling her 'darling' and 'sweetie' as if, she says, he's speaking to his young lover. She also has to endure her stepdaughter running her hands through her father's hair and even his chest hair, while staring pointedly at her, when on holiday.

    Another friend is incensed every time her stepdaughter waltzes into her kitchen and helps herself to food from the fridge.

    I agree such behaviour oversteps a boundary, and I actually believe children should write their stepmothers a thank-you letter when they have been to stay....


    That is just such a comedic pot o' gold I wouldn't know where to start. I couldn't possibly do anything to make that funnier. This has to be a piece penned by Mr. Cleese.

    Well I just finished reading and the last part isn't funny at all. It made me want to vomit. Here's a particularly interesting comment from a reader.

    Expat UAE, Abu Dhabi, 32 minutes ago

    My son has walked out on his 10 year marriage, 3 very small children after starting affair 4 weeks ago with another woman !!! as for ( his mistress), I would like to ask her, how she sleeps at night knowing the pain. heartache and devastation she and my son have caused though their action...... My daughter-in law is now dealing with having to finding a home and bring 3 young children up on her own... I never thought my son could break our hearts in this way...... I hope all these mistress riot in hell, (forgiveness is letting go of the hurt) at the moment I can't see passed the pain, I can't look or speak with my son at moment...... As for this article, the woman should be a shamed, I hope the 1st wife and children have found some happiness, after all the heart break..


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    That lady gets it, and I hope she sticks with her DIL and her grandchildren and keeps him away from the fourth of July picnics. Oh wait, they don't celebrate the fourth of July.

    The picture of Charles and Camilla and Michael with Catherine are interesting too. I can understand Michael leaving for Catherine, a little. I mean, look at her. Charles leaving Diana for the horse faced Camilla so he could be her "tampon" is just gross. If Charles had left Camilla for Diana, I'd completely understand that.

    All is JMO.

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    Ugh.

    It kinda freaks me out her psychotherapist husband hasn't caught on that she has the crazy eyes.
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    Warning to Second Wives

    Quote Originally Posted by Soulmagent View Post
    Ugh.



    It kinda freaks me out her psychotherapist husband hasn't caught on that she has the crazy eyes.

    http://www.themoderndaywizard.com/

    Can you imagine being one of his patients and reading this???

    I imagine them all running for the hills!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda7NJ View Post
    Can you imagine being one of his patients and reading this???

    I imagine them all running for the hills!


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    They should be handing him cards for a therapist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulmagent View Post
    Ugh.

    It kinda freaks me out her psychotherapist husband hasn't caught on that she has the crazy eyes.
    http://www.themoderndaywizard.com/

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