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My husband gambled away the money for our first home. Should I adjust to his addiction or move on? Should I adjust to his addiction or move on? I found an old boyfriend through Facebook but his.
We all have our vices. Some of us like to drink, others like to smoke, while some turn to gambling. This gambling wife left her husband broke AND in debt after she gambled away MILLIONS of his money and more. When Christopher Forte, 36, met his Indonesian wife Juliana Posman, 38, he was blinded by love. He had told Daily Mail that he fell for her within a month of meeting her in 2010 when they.
My boyfriend gambled away our savings. UPDATE: I want to thank you all for your help and concern. We talked and he said everything I wanted to hear atm. He promised he would pay me it all back. He knows he messed up. Yet he also isn’t being 100% upfront about everything. After reading your comments I realize he has a been doing this with his own money for a while. He slipped up when I.
Cecilia has gambled on the stock market and lost heavily. Jenny's husband is leaving her with nothing in their divorce. But when Cecilia talks to a dying thief, an outrageous rescue plan is hatched.
When this all came out D-day I think we call it on here, my first thought was to divorce his ass, and take him to the cleaners, I have always taken care of the bills and I know where all the money and property are, His checks go into our joint accounts, I have access to everything, But at the same time I want to save the marriage, he says he also wants to save our marriage, he has answered.
I only found out a few weeks ago he actually used those loans to feed his gambling habit, he took money out of our 2 childrens accounts and gambled all that away too. I work part time term time and he works full time, but these last few months he has gambled away all his wage leaving me with not enough to pay the mortgage,bills and enough for.
Insist that your husband take financial responsibility for his gambling addiction. Make him accountable for his actions. Instead of offering to bail him out with creditors, let him figure out how he can make repayments. Even though this may seem like a challenge -- especially if you have a joint bank account -- the family support organization Gam-Anon suggests that you let your loved one take.
Gambling addict, life is over. I'm a horrible gambling addict. I can't stop. My mother has it, and her father had it too. I never win, I always lose, and I can't ever stop. I try to do everything I can to keep myself from doing it, but somehow I find a way. I cut up all of my credit cards, and it becomes a lot harder to do shit normally. I have to stop at the bank and walk in every time I need.
Question: My husband recently gambled away all of our money? Question: Move in with my boyfriend before marriage or to wait till after marriage to move in? Move to an apartment? Or save for a house? Question: So my father in law asked me to paint a portrait for his wife, THING IS MY HUSBAND AND I ARE NOT SPEAKING TO EITHER OF THEM? HELP ME.
My husband has gambled off and on for awhile and both he and I know it is haram. I am a recent revert so I am new to the religion but I do know gambling is a no no and I have stopped ever since I have taken the shahada. My husband on the other other has been frequently going at least 2 times a week since new years and can spend a given 12 hours at the casino.
Excerpted from the booklet “150 Ways to Divorce Without Going Broke. Then one day he decided he wanted out of our marriage, but instead of coming to me he too went to our joint account and took all the money. He is younger than I am and is still capable of working and bringing in good money (that is when he works-construction). He now seems to think “You go your way and I will go mine.
Husband Gambled Pounds 16,000 of Wife's Money. Read preview. Article excerpt. Byline: By Hilary Clixby. A family man who secretly ran up internet gambling debts of over pounds 16,000 on his wife's credit card was spared jail yesterday ( after the court was told she was standing by him. House-husband Christopher Good gave up his job to look after the couple's children because partner Cheryl.
Also check our best rated Romance. Lily is a woman, not necessarily running but it's the only word I can think of, from her rat bastard ex husband after he gambled everything in their life away. When she had the oppurtunity of a new job she jumped at the chance. But as life loves to remind you, she ends up jobless and with no where to go, in a town where a blast from her past has her.
Yet another payday where I have lost all my money for bills on gambling. I've chased losses so many times and even once gambled my mortgage money. I have a husband and two small children and the fear of losing them and potentially my house brought me to my senses. I eventually told my husband and Mum and have not gambled since August. It took me a while to get to where I am now and it's not.
My husband is addicted to gambling; he is the only one who provides for us but he doesnt have a job for about 2 years now. So all the money we have are from his accident money from his previous job. I just wanna have an outlet to let all of my resentment and hurt I have suffered towards my husband’s addiction to gambling. He also is a.
My husband is a CG and and I want to leave him. Hello all. I have never tried a forum before but feel so lost and sad that I thought I'd try to vent. I hope to get some responses from you out there. I have been with my husband for 11 years and married for 7 years. We have a 6 year old son and a 1 year old daughter. Part of that 11 years he has been a wonderful loving husband and a dedicated.
Thank goodness he has handed all the financial stuff over to you, make sure you squirrel some funds away for yourself just in case he doesn't break the habit in which case it would be time to think about divorce. There are people who manage to give up gambling, it's not easy though. Only you can tell if it is all working. He may need some.
Not only was I angry with my husband, but I was angry at myself for actually believing that everything was fixed and taken care of. I should have known better to relinquish all of my earnings to my husband. As much as I was angry that my husband gambled all our money, I also knew that something needed to be done. Either I would walk away from.
Until he recently he controled all the money even doing our grocery shopping but now every week Im given enough money to cover diapers for a one-year-old and a two-year-old, wipes, and some groceries and honestly 90% of the time the money that he gives me doesn’t even cover all three of those items plus gas forthe week and I need the gas to get my special needs two-year-old to and from her 6.