Sure, I understand that the internet is a public place. I understand that divorce effects everyone around the fighting couple – their children, their Aunts and Uncles, their family friends.
People take sides. They decide for whatever reasons, known only to themselves that this one is right and that one is wrong. In a funny way it’s important that both divorcing partner has cheerleaders. I even rang my ex’s family when we first separated because I was concerned about him, and felt they needed to get involved and support him.
I wasn’t prepared for the nasty attack on me in my last post.
I should have been prepared that it would happen eventually, but somehow I wasn’t. Somehow I thought that my ex’s supporters – whoever they are – would respect that this is my little corner of the internet. I don’t try to paint his point of view.
I know he has one, and it is valid.
But this is my space. Commenting here and being so hurtful feels so very much like being hounded. I admire your loyalty to your friend/relative but don’t understand your need to be so hurtful to me.
You are absolutely right By Stander, there are two sides and you can only see one.
I’m sorry if my reaction was swift, all I can say is that I felt shocked and hurt. But I would ask that you please don’t come back here again. You see, I need my friends, and supporters too.
And your facts are not right.
Remember there’s two sides, this is only one of the two, but it’s mine. Please leave me alone with this small corner of the internet.