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Subject: Re: Mistakes

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Date Posted: 22:11:05 10/11/05 Tue
In reply to: Sad 's message, "Re: Mistakes" on 11:27:18 09/01/05 Thu

I have been menaing to post back, but just haven't gotten to it until now. We have had several discussions with and without a counselor over the past few months. It has been very difficult, but we do talk about sometimes. My wife still has trouble carrying a complete conversation through to a conclusion though.
The good news is that I surprised her and we are headed to Las Vegas tomorrow to renew our wedding vows. I want to make a start in a new direction and couldn't think of a better way to do it. It will also be the first time away from the kids (3 of them) in 8.5 years. A whole week to act like adults.
I think you are right about the guilty feelings. It is difficult for me to relate to the guilt sometimes, but I really don't feel much guilt in decisions I make. A lot of the guilt seems to be expectations from unknown outside sources (i.e. what would my mother think, what would my friends think, what would my coworkers think). My thoughts are 'who cares', they don't live our life so what would they know and who are they to judge our decision.
I hope things are going well for you. Take care.


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