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  1. Oops, sorry about that. ----- "Everyone has a plan 'till they get punched in the mouth." - Mike Tyson That's what the flu is like. Once you get, everything you thought you knew about the flu goes in the trash can.
  2. How Many Health Care Workers Got Vaccinated Last Season? 2017ā€“18 flu vaccination coverage among health care personnel (HCP) was 78.4%, similar to coverage during the 2016ā€“17 season (78.6%). By occupation, flu vaccination coverage was highest among physicians (96.1%), pharmacists (92.2%), nurses (90.5%), and nurse practitioners and physician assistants (87.8%) Flu vaccination coverage was lowest among other clinical health care personnel (80.9%), assistants and aides (71.1%), and nonclinical health care personnel (72.8%). https://www.cdc.gov/flu/professionals/healthcareworkers.htm
  3. I had the flu twice, once in my thirties and again in my forties. It was without question the worst eight weeks of my life. Two in bed, no sleep, hot soaking wet, freezing uncontrollable shaking, constant joint/body pain and can't eat or take medicine. Week three, slowly walking around the house, trying to eat to regain the twenty five pounds I lost. Week four, able to go outside, some small trips to store and a little work. Still weak. There's a lot of folklore myths about the flu. Don't think it's just a bad cold or you're young and can handle it. It can kill you.
  4. If you give advice outside "divorce him/her and see a professional" you will be bird-dogged by bitter divorces and marginalized. Their methods encouraged me to explore other forums, which I found exciting and who did not suppress. Enotalone seems determined to be the whatever forum. Too bad!
  5. The d-word is many times is used to express displeasure and even depression. Like a call for help. Stop saying it yourself and try to find out whats really troubling her. Odds are she has told you hundreds of times. Not necessarily out loud, but instead what was between the lines.
  6. And you'e really going to hate it. You should start to preparing yourself for the real world of a divorced man vs. the green grass fantasies you are currently entertaining.
  7. Failing marriages happen for real, definable reasons. It's our emotions that that make us think it's something other than that, and emotional responses can somehow fix it. The two most common reasons are incompatibility and neglect. Incompatibility can be a tough one because you never had the capacity or desire to marry her in the first place. Neglect or bad habits are more fixable, that is if you don't let it go to long.
  8. Yes, ask her to marry you and kick the relationship farce to the curb.
  9. "Or do I just keep my mouth shut and hope that this doesn't happen again?" - I think you already know the answer to that question. "If I confront her about it, she would just deny like the other time." - You have no choice. Unless cornered seasoned cheaters NEVER admit to anything. The novice, one time, big mistake cheater maybe/yes, not the serial cheater. The problem is you have to know, and with that information you can make informed choices. How to: When/where there can be no interruptions; kids with babysitter, all phones off no appointments for at least one hour etc. (Don't include her in the preparations!) Face to face ask her: "Are you seeing another man"? Watch her eyes when asking this question. As she answers, DO NOT for even an instant take your gaze off her EYES! Pay attention to her body movements but do not break eye contact. Memorize what you see! Did she interrupt you surprised at such a question and answer empathically no? Did her eyes flick away slightly and answer sort of robotically no? Did she look away, get mad and stand up and start blaming you for everything? Did she look up and answer like she reading a script off the ceiling? The answer to your question is hidden in one of those lines.
  10. Could it be a bad habit that went unchecked early in the marriage only to fester into the current gross neglect?
  11. Someone with lots of time observes the following: 1. Human's are fearful creatures who regularly need to hear hopeful messages about their future. 2. Planets, moons and other seem to create shapes and patterns that repeat annually. Ta-DA! The wonder of gravity/magnetism is born. (i.e. astrology)
  12. Guard your eyes, for they are where adultery/sin start.
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