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SHE PAID FOR DIVORCE

Upon my recovery work, Hallmark movies and God; I discovered how I wanted to proceed. I determined that I was bored after we were married and that I was disconnected. I was an active addict and it was in my nature to be bored with everything new after a week or so. It was the old saying about the grass being greener on the other side. I don’t know about that but I do know I was focused more on hunting, fishing, drinking and going out with my friends than being home with the wife.

She tolerated and worked to keep me for 10 ½ years, I think. She kicked me out three times before it stuck and we were done. She was so sick and tired of me she paid for the divorce so she could move on with her life.

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