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Lori 67: Stop reading - it'll give you ideas

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26 minutes ago, delphinium65 said:

Straight from the abuser's handbook.  Isolate your victim, and make him/her distrustful of any outside help or information.  

Yes.  I knew my marriage had serious problems, but a HUGE red flag went up when Ex-Mr.-Hane-#2 mused, “I wonder where we’ll end up living when we retire.” Well, I live in the house I built and I have no idea where his ashes are.

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6 hours ago, Imrlgoddess said:

@Petronella & @hollyfeller If you want to elaborate more on the Suzanne bits, i started a separate topic for her craziness, if you're interested.  


ETA:  I'm starting to wonder if Ali Ch isn't a megatroll that's screwing with Lori....it's hard to tell.  I do think tho, if she keeps on adding her 2 cents in on the comments and "advising" people, Lori will get jealous of the attention and block her at some point.  Can't have anyone usurping the queen. 

I wonder how she has time to advise people? Is t home making a 24/7 job that gives you no time to do anything else? :pb_rollseyes:

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59 minutes ago, Hane said:

Yes.  I knew my marriage had serious problems, but a HUGE red flag went up when Ex-Mr.-Hane-#2 mused, “I wonder where we’ll end up living when we retire.” Well, I live in the house I built and I have no idea where his ashes are.

My ex husband isolated me from all of my friends, stopped me from doing much outside of the house besides work, and tried to isolate me from my family.  We rarely saw them, but he was not able to keep me from talking to them.  I was so alone when I decided to divorce him.  Even my mom thought I just needed to try harder in my marriage.  It was so hard to hear that even when I was 100% sure I was doing the right thing.

These days I have a ton of friends, hobbies I enjoy, and I see my family several times a year (they are on the other coast or it would be more often).  I love my life as a divorced woman!

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On 6/16/2019 at 3:40 PM, Sarah92 said:

So it's Father's Day is there gonna be no post honoring Ken?

Funny you mentioned that. I just checked out LazyLori’s personal FB page to see if she’d descended on Door County yet and there was not a single Father’s Day mention by her...but Ken posted his own thanking his kids for being in his life.  No follow up comments by LazyLori either.

Face it, Ken. She may call herself “submissive”, but nothing’s changed from those years when you came home from work and made your own dinner...and fed the kids, too. You’re married to a taker, you’ve always been married to a taker and she’ll be a taker for the rest of her life. There’s something broken in that brain...or that heart...or something. 

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The Mother Dust
4 hours ago, livinglongerthanyou said:

Just leaving this here. This is what makes Lori dangerous. 


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Gah.  So the older sister of my best friend posted the below  on facebook recently. She is mainstream conservative christian. I didn't respond to her post when I saw this, in the interest of maintaining rl civility, but I just thought.....god....this line of thinking encourages narrow mindedness and simplistic black and white thinking.  She's not near Lori crazy, thankfully, but I view this as a diluted version of what Lori posted in the quote at the top.  (No, my friend is not like her sister, thankfully. In fact, my friend married an Indian man who is Hindu.  Though he doesn't really actively practice or anything)





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I don't know how to do an attachment in a spoiler, i'm sorry :-(

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Wine time!

A large portion of mental health problems are from being sinned against such as rape, abuse, neglect etc. which results in trauma responses. There's also chemicals in the brain not workin how they should. Perhap Lori should stay in her lane, whatever that might be. I wonder who told her they have depression or something? I hope it wasn't one of her kids. Didn't one just have a baby? I hope they don't have PPD. 

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