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To all of you who pray, please do so!

Started by 2chickiebaby, November 16, 2009, 10:01:12 am

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2chickiebaby

My Sweet, beautiful friend who has given her life to her husband is on the verge of suicide right now. He left her today for another woman.   I need help.  She has had every kind of surgery, breast, tummy tucks, you name it, she's had it.  She didn't even need it!

She is desperate and feels so ugly.  He did not want kids so she never had them.. he's been her husband for about 15 years.  She's only in her late 30's.  Please, please remember her! 

I told her not to let him make her ruin her vision of herself but of course, she has allowed that. 

just2baccepted

I'm sorry I will pray for her tonight.  It's not too late for her to have a family though.  She's still young enough to have her own kids.   I'd tell her to not give up on having a family of her own.   As they say, "Try to find the bless in this mess!"

mom2

Chickiebaby,
How sad for your friend...I don't even know what you could say to comfort her. She is in my prayers.

2chickiebaby

Thanks Mom and J2b,
She's at work so I have to email her. I'll see her tonight.  She says she cannot go on.  He left her with nothing, no financial support, no love, nothing.  She had a hysterectomy last year so kids are out for her.  I can't get the story straight as to why she had the hysterectomy. I hope it was not to make him happy.   This is really sad. 

She's so young and he's made her feel worthless.  All these surgeries to make him love her. I cannot believe this!!


Pen

One day she'll see that this particular man is not worth any of the horrible feelings she has about herself.
I am praying for her and keeping her in my thoughts.
Respect ... is appreciation of the separateness of the other person, of the ways in which he or she is unique.
-- Annie Gottlieb

2chickiebaby

She is unable to see that right now but it's true......I'm glad she has a Mother who is living. She is with her.  I'll let you all know tomorrow.

2chickiebaby

Here's an update from my friend whose husband left her.  This morning she wanted me to tell her what she did to make him leave?  She said she gave him everything she had.  She said he would tell her he loved her and now he's gone.  She wants to contact him.

I might be wrong here but I told her not to do that.  What do you all think? 

2chickiebaby

Quote from: 2chickiebaby on November 17, 2009, 06:43:21 am
Here's an update from my friend whose husband left her.  This morning she wanted me to tell her what she did to make him leave?  She said she gave him everything she had.  She said he would tell her he loved her and now he's gone.  She wants to contact him.

I might be wrong here but I told her not to do that.  What do you all think?

As a parting gift, he ran up her cell phone bill to $550.00.  She has no idea how to pay it.