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1. | Mar 19, 2014
In the middle of the turcblenue surrounding youThese trying times that are so hard to endureIn the middle of what seems to be your darkest hourHold fast your heart and be assuredThis too shall pass, like every night that's come before itHe'll never give you more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in His hands, this too shall pass, oh yesThe Father knows the tears you cry before they fallHe feels your pain, His heart and yours are oneThe Father knows that sorrow's heavy chains are strongBut with His strength, you'll overcomeFor this too shall pass, like every night that's come before itHe'll never give you more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in His hands, this too shall passSo set your eyes, set them on the mountainAnd lift your hands up to the skyAnd let His arms of love surround youLet Him take you to the other sideThis too shall pass, like every night that's come and gone before itI'm so glad, He never gives [Incomprehensible] more than you can bearThis too shall pass, so in this thought you be comfortedFor it's in his hands, this too shall passIt's in His hands, this too shall passOh, it shall pass
2. | Mar 17, 2014
Jean, the first thing I did when my daughter told me her dad had mtsoleed her was call the police, too. We are still in the midst of all this, but nobody has tried to say I knew about it or was in on it (I didn't know and I wasn't). His family however are blaming me in a different way claiming I set him up (knowing he confessed and there is DNA evidence) for example. He signed a power of attorney for his parents and they've been trying to cancel utilities (of our house, where me and the kids still live), cancelled credit cards, closed bank accounts I've had to work so hard to protect our marital property from them. I've had to file for divorce just to stop them from trying to take belongings and being able to sell them. I was a stay at home mom, he was to sole breadwinner, and he left us pennyless and without access to money. I am trying to find a job but that's not easy around here, and going on 50. Our Thanksgiving dinner came from the local food bank. I'm going to need to sell off belongings to just keep us fed and a roof over our heads. But even that is hard we had a nice life, with camping and boating trips, I am not looking forward to selling off my life little by little it hurts. But I have my priorities straight so I'll do what I have to do. Also, I could never be with him anymore after what he did, but I would have liked to be able to deal with things in a different order and file for divorce a bit later down the road. I have not seen him or spoken with him after he did this and I fled our house with the kids within an hour of finding out. He was arrested on confession the next day, has been in jail in lieu of bond since. It is all so surreal. I wonder if I'm crazy for being worried about him sometimes. You know the jail stories. People say he doesn't deserve my worry, but he went from being a loving husband and father to this person' in a matter of minutes, for me. I can't seem to escape this terrible confusion of feelings. I want all of us to be okay, including him does that make me so horrible? He'll be on his own without me though, but I still want him to be okay too.
3. | Mar 17, 2014
I have been looking for a webiste like this for soooo long as has my counselor. I have just found it today as I heard Pat Wiklund is going to be on Foxtell on the 20th and went searching the net again. We dont have Foxtell but I hope they will repeat it on Youtube or something. As you say there is so little information around from the spouse perspective. In Australia there are no support groups that fit although this year I have linked up with Kairos Outside For Women and have found another women in my position.Unlike most women on some level I knew he was a molester but no one would believe me. He is so nice and I doubted myself and my own jealousy and sometimes blocked his behaviour out to cope.I call him a pedophile as I know there are many other victims. What I find hard to cope with is the tug of war in me that excuses his behaviour as a mental illness' or did he have control over his affending? So far I have worked out that he has been affending for at least 28 years. We have been married for 24 of them.Better stop there for now I could go on forever but have to get off computer but if you could answer the above question for me would help.thanks Carolyn (new discoverer of this site)
4. | Nov 15, 2013
I have been looking for a weisbte like this for soooo long as has my counselor. I have just found it today as I heard Pat Wiklund is going to be on Foxtell on the 20th and went searching the net again. We dont have Foxtell but I hope they will repeat it on Youtube or something. As you say there is so little information around from the spouse perspective. In Australia there are no support groups that fit although this year I have linked up with Kairos Outside For Women and have found another women in my position.Unlike most women on some level I knew he was a molester but no one would believe me. He is so nice and I doubted myself and my own jealousy and sometimes blocked his behaviour out to cope.I call him a pedophile as I know there are many other victims. What I find hard to cope with is the tug of war in me that excuses his behaviour as a mental illness' or did he have control over his affending? So far I have worked out that he has been affending for at least 28 years. We have been married for 24 of them.Better stop there for now I could go on forever but have to get off computer but if you could answer the above question for me would help.thanks Carolyn (new discoverer of this site)
5. | Nov 12, 2013
Jean, the first thing I did when my daughter told me her dad had moltesed her was call the police, too. We are still in the midst of all this, but nobody has tried to say I knew about it or was in on it (I didn't know and I wasn't). His family however are blaming me in a different way claiming I set him up (knowing he confessed and there is DNA evidence) for example. He signed a power of attorney for his parents and they've been trying to cancel utilities (of our house, where me and the kids still live), cancelled credit cards, closed bank accounts I've had to work so hard to protect our marital property from them. I've had to file for divorce just to stop them from trying to take belongings and being able to sell them. I was a stay at home mom, he was to sole breadwinner, and he left us pennyless and without access to money. I am trying to find a job but that's not easy around here, and going on 50. Our Thanksgiving dinner came from the local food bank. I'm going to need to sell off belongings to just keep us fed and a roof over our heads. But even that is hard we had a nice life, with camping and boating trips, I am not looking forward to selling off my life little by little it hurts. But I have my priorities straight so I'll do what I have to do. Also, I could never be with him anymore after what he did, but I would have liked to be able to deal with things in a different order and file for divorce a bit later down the road. I have not seen him or spoken with him after he did this and I fled our house with the kids within an hour of finding out. He was arrested on confession the next day, has been in jail in lieu of bond since. It is all so surreal. I wonder if I'm crazy for being worried about him sometimes. You know the jail stories. People say he doesn't deserve my worry, but he went from being a loving husband and father to this person' in a matter of minutes, for me. I can't seem to escape this terrible confusion of feelings. I want all of us to be okay, including him does that make me so horrible? He'll be on his own without me though, but I still want him to be okay too.
6. | Nov 3, 2013
I live in Nicaragua with my family. We moved here in 1999 and all we know is kidnness from this culture. I can a sure you that there is more child molesters in Oregon where we came from that there is in Nicaragua. I cannot believe all I can say I am bewildered starting from the title of the article. My nica friends, my baseball bodies never been involved in such a atrocity. But yet through the comments in this article half of the population are child molesters. What is up with that? My wife Hanna and I live in Altamira Managua, we both have separate jobs we both walk to work to this date we never been bother by an intruder or robbed. Try doing just that in North East Portland, OR and you'll be mugged, No kidding. Our two kids also contribute to society our dauther is happily married near Casa Colorado, El Crusero and our son is happy camper in the departamento de Boaco. Please, stop generalizing, putting the blame on the nicas. Looking into your heart and then talk.
7. | Sep 22, 2013
Richard didn't have as sweet a personality as Andrew but then few men did but he was very well-built. He had the shrelduos of a water buffalo and the waist of a ferret. He was reddened by his many sporting activities which he managed to keep up within addition to his busy job as a stock broker, and that reminded Irene of safari hunters and virile construction workers which contracted quite sexily to his suit-and-tie demeanor. Irene was considering coming onto him but he was older than Henry was when he died even though he hadn't died of natural causes but he was dead and Richard would die too someday. . . ." from Chapter 25 of Atlanta Nights This is a riot.
8. | Sep 5, 2013
I read Atlanta Nights when I was considering using Lulu and weatnd an example of the quality of their paperbacks--not the quality of the writing, of course, since they have no control over that. And I knew about the hoax...Conclusions: 1. The book was very nicely produced. 2. As for the content...gotta say, I've read lots worse, sometimes from major publishers. (Now, if SFWA would produce the fantasy trilogy Scalzi wrote an introduction to, possibly using a similar methodology, you could make big bucks for the association.)
9. | Sep 3, 2013
En Alicante lo que se soleda hacer era ir a pescar el pulpo a la playa, y luego lo dejas secar (ya muetro, claro este1). Recuerdo que de pequef1a pasaba por unos pisos donde un sef1or siempre teneda colgados pulpos a secar en las cuerdas de tender la ropa; me llamaba mucho la atencif3n. La cosa es que este9 en un lugar seco pero aireado. Una vez ased se suele echar durante el af1o a los guisos de pescado con patatas. Tambie9n es corriente asarlo al fuego (en una cocina de gas tb vale)y te lo comes ased. Incluso hay un tipo de pescado con el que se hace lo mismo: los capellanes'. Una vez secos se churrascan en el fuego y con un chorrito de aceite te los comes este1n riquedsimos. a1La cocina mediterre1nea!