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He has engaged again before I even felt comfortable dating (I mean, I was raising a newborn). He was married within three years. I wonder if she’s seen the red flags—like when he had no friends at the wedding. I thought about contacting her and giving her a warning but decided it was in my best interest to keep my distance. The only bill up-to-date was my home insurance (not suspicious at all, right?). I was confused because I had bank statements, etc that showed we were all good. I had a decent job, there was no reason for this. Turns out they were all forgeries. When I asked him how he did it, he smiled and said “well I’m not stupid”. Well, I wasn’t either. Called his parents and told them to pick his ass up. Filed for an emergency order of protection and divorce. Let me tell you, nothing says rock bottom like showing up for the delivery of your child with a copy of a restraining order to hand over to hospital security. My mom also printed for me the definition of a sociopath. It took a few days before I could even stomach reading it. Yes, I definitely married a sociopath. He visited the baby once, for a thirty-minute supervised visit. Played mind games for a while, then gave up all rights to her. The best thing that could have ever happened to us. I can’t imagine the damage he could have done to a child. Twelve and a half years later, and I’m out of debt with excellent credit, remarried to a great guy and he adopted my oldest daughter and we have one together. Last I knew my ex is still out there, piling up debt, married with two more kids. She probably doesn’t know we exist. If so, he lied about what happened. I still don’t know what he did with the tens of thousands of dollars he got out of me. My roommate, Marion, told me that I had to move out after I’d just moved in with her a little over a month before. But it was more than that. It was like she’d done a complete 180, and had abruptly become super-paranoid about me, and thought that I was going to get her kicked out of her apartment. And I had done NOTHING to give her any trouble, or any reason to distrust me.

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This was many, many years ago when I was living in Los Angeles. I worked for an answering service (this was back in the days before answering machines) and she worked for the same service, but I worked the day shift and she worked PM shift. I was looking for a place to move to, as my current situation was less than desirable. She was having trouble making ends meet, and said she wanted to take on a roommate to share expenses. She had a nice little apartment in a cozy little complex in Santa Monica, and it seemed like it would be a good deal for both of us. The other people I worked with warned me about her, saying she was really weird and crazy, and that I shouldn’t move in with her. I’d never had any problems with her, and I can generally get along with anybody, so I thought they were just being alarmist. Yes, I definitely married a sociopath. He visited the baby once, for a thirty-minute supervised visit. Played mind games for a while, then gave up all rights to her. The best thing that could have ever happened to us. I can’t imagine the damage he could have done to a child. Twelve and a half years later, and I’m out of debt with excellent credit, remarried to a great guy and he adopted my oldest daughter and we have one together. Last I knew my ex is still out there, piling up debt, married with two more kids. She probably doesn’t know we exist. If so, he lied about what happened. I still don’t know what he did with the tens of thousands of dollars he got out of me. My roommate, Marion, told me that I had to move out after I’d just moved in with her a little over a month before. But it was more than that. It was like she’d done a complete 180, and had abruptly become super-paranoid about me, and thought that I was going to get her kicked out of her apartment. And I had done NOTHING to give her any trouble, or any reason to distrust me.

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But then suddenly, out of the blue, after living with her for approximately 5–6 weeks, she decided I had to go. It was like she had suddenly developed some kind of paranoia about me. She told me she was afraid that having me living with her was putting her in jeopardy of getting kicked out of her apartment. I couldn’t understand why. She didn’t have any real answers for me. She told me she took some of her more valuable possessions and stored them at her boyfriend’s place, for fear that I might steal them from her. This was many, many years ago when I was living in Los Angeles. I worked for an answering service (this was back in the days before answering machines) and she worked for the same service, but I worked the day shift and she worked PM shift. I was looking for a place to move to, as my current situation was less than desirable. She was having trouble making ends meet, and said she wanted to take on a roommate to share expenses. She had a nice little apartment in a cozy little complex in Santa Monica, and it seemed like it would be a good deal for both of us. The other people I worked with warned me about her, saying she was really weird and crazy, and that I shouldn’t move in with her. I’d never had any problems with her, and I can generally get along with anybody, so I thought they were just being alarmist. She said she’d gotten permission from her landlord to have a roommate, so it was all on the up-and-up. Her apartment had only one bedroom, but it had two twin beds, so I accepted that. I didn’t have much in the way of furniture or anything anyway, so it worked out for me. I paid my rent to her on time and paid my share of the utilities and phone bill. I cleaned up after myself. I didn’t bring any friends over. I wasn’t loud or messy or anything. I tried to be considerate of her sleep schedule and other things. I got a paper to look for rental listings, but when I went to call about one of the places, I discovered that the phone was dead.

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Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.

  • Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
  • Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
  • Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
  • Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
  • Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
  • Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary

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