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Types of Headaches

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:10 am

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I used to get all of those, but since I divorced her, I get none of them.

It also occurred to me the other day, towards the end of our relationship, the last 2-3 years, I used to get really bad indigestion weekly, to the point where I was getting through boxes of indigestion tablets. The pain was so bad that I would be up for most of the night. I never kept a note of the food I was eating or who cooked it. So I was getting rid of some old medicines a few weeks back and there were a couple of boxes of indigestion tablets which had expired about ten years ago. I have not had indigestion since my divorce and it got me thinking, was she putting something in my food? Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Private Presley » Fri Nov 24, 2017 10:26 am

Stress could lead to indigestion and heartburn.
I am happy you got out of that pernicious relationship.
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Colin B » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:47 am

John wrote:...was she putting something in my food?
Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.


Are you sure you're not getting paranoid ?

I happen to know that your ex was a sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths...
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Fri Nov 24, 2017 12:26 pm

Colin B wrote:
John wrote:...was she putting something in my food?
Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.


Are you sure you're not getting paranoid ?

I happen to know that your ex was a sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths...

She made up stories about at least a dozen men, most of whom I knew, and each time I said I'd go an deal with it, she always stopped me until I happened to speak to one of them and it was obvious she had made it up. When I started divorce proceedings, she then started making up stories about me.

The good thing was she was caught out lying by the solicitor.

She also accused our daughter of hitting her on two occasions a few years ago. My daughter who is now 26, said to me this year "Mum has got a personality disorder" after she'd witnessed a particular event.

Paranoid? Nah, not me.

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Colin B » Fri Nov 24, 2017 4:30 pm

John wrote:...was she putting something in my food?
Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.
Colin B wrote:Are you sure you're not getting paranoid ?

I happen to know that your ex was a sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths...
John wrote:She made up stories about at least a dozen men, most of whom I knew, and each time I said I'd go an deal with it, she always stopped me until I happened to speak to one of them and it was obvious she had made it up. When I started divorce proceedings, she then started making up stories about me.

The good thing was she was caught out lying by the solicitor.

She also accused our daughter of hitting her on two occasions a few years ago. My daughter who is now 26, said to me this year "Mum has got a personality disorder" after she'd witnessed a particular event.

Paranoid? Nah, not me.


Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Fri Nov 24, 2017 5:29 pm

Colin B wrote:
John wrote:...was she putting something in my food?
Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.
Colin B wrote:Are you sure you're not getting paranoid ?

I happen to know that your ex was a sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths...
John wrote:She made up stories about at least a dozen men, most of whom I knew, and each time I said I'd go an deal with it, she always stopped me until I happened to speak to one of them and it was obvious she had made it up. When I started divorce proceedings, she then started making up stories about me.

The good thing was she was caught out lying by the solicitor.

She also accused our daughter of hitting her on two occasions a few years ago. My daughter who is now 26, said to me this year "Mum has got a personality disorder" after she'd witnessed a particular event.

Paranoid? Nah, not me.


Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...

So you still think she was sweet?

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Colin B » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:39 pm

Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?


The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:02 am

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?


The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...

I did.

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Colin B » Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:13 am

Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?
Colin B wrote:The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...
John wrote:I did.


So, I don't & I didn't...
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:24 am

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?
Colin B wrote:The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...
John wrote:I did.


So, I don't & I didn't...

Lost me now.

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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Colin B » Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:09 pm

Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?
Colin B wrote:The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...
John wrote:I did.
Colin B wrote:So, I don't & I didn't...
John wrote:Lost me now.


Well, I don't [still think she was sweet] & I didn't [think that before, either].

Now I'm getting a headache...
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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby John » Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:36 pm

Colin B wrote:
Colin B wrote:Oh well, looks like she really was out to do you down...
John wrote:So you still think she was sweet?
Colin B wrote:The 'sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths' comment was tongue-in-cheek, as you might have guessed...
John wrote:I did.
Colin B wrote:So, I don't & I didn't...
John wrote:Lost me now.


Well, I don't [still think she was sweet] & I didn't [think that before, either].

Now I'm getting a headache...

Ah I see.

Paracetamol?


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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Mountain Mist » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:32 am

John wrote:
Colin B wrote:
John wrote:...was she putting something in my food?
Of course I can't prove it, but she was a very vindictive woman.


Are you sure you're not getting paranoid ?

I happen to know that your ex was a sweet girl who would never stoop to such depths...

She made up stories about at least a dozen men, most of whom I knew, and each time I said I'd go an deal with it, she always stopped me until I happened to speak to one of them and it was obvious she had made it up. When I started divorce proceedings, she then started making up stories about me.

The good thing was she was caught out lying by the solicitor.

She also accused our daughter of hitting her on two occasions a few years ago. My daughter who is now 26, said to me this year "Mum has got a personality disorder" after she'd witnessed a particular event.

Paranoid? Nah, not me.




Is she a Narcissist, John?

It seems to be a very prevalent personality disorder for "modern woman/man".

If so, everyone should run for the hills, (sadly).

1. Doesn't have empathy
2. Thinks only of oneself
3. World revolves around that person
4. If someone crosses them, they will try and destroy the person
5. Insatiable attention seeker
6. Needs special treatment above everyone else
7. Rage
8. Makes up stories without any conscious, tries to get others to take their side (like school children)
9. Envious of others, haughty, needs admiration


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Re: Types of Headaches

Postby Mountain Mist » Mon Nov 27, 2017 10:34 am

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LOL - I stick up for the men jokes, and I have to also say that there are some good women around, lol


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