Post-Divorce Jealousy can stem from a few things.

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  9. A recent row my husband and I had was a sort of catalyst for me. I realised that we'd been rowing about the same thing for twenty-two years, and that enough was enough. I'd indulged in a bit of whining on this website about how unhappy it made me when he got angry and yelled at me, and it occured to me that it might be a good idea if I tried NOT doing the things that drove him to yell at me.
  11. Having discovered this extraordinary website, and read with astonishment of the lives led by the people on it, who seemed to be happy, I thought why not give it a go. Just give in. Try and change the things about myself that annoy him, try and do things his way, try not arguing and doing what he told me. So far, it seems to be working out okay, "the new era of detente" as my husband put it. He seems to be happier, and I feel happier and more relaxed.
  13. I think i was just worn out by twenty-two years of fighting about the same thing. It wasn't money in our case, I mean I am pretty extravagent but he doesn't mind that much, it was never something we rowed about. To find myself living in reality what I've always fantasised about is a bit weird, but it feels quite nice.
  15. by Louise C on 2004 Jul 3 - 19:35 | reply to this comment
  16. Becoming submissive
  17. Once we had decided on a Taken In Hand relationship, it took us months to get to the starting point of my submission. I could not submit until I became vulnerable to him and I could not become vulnerable until I let myself trust him implicitly. And I could not trust him implicitly until I let go of a whole pack of issues of pride and control. All those months he was working with me, waiting for me to take the leap of faith.

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