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    Quote Originally Posted by nennie;3767491;
    Been there to but what pain I suffered from it doesn't mean I have to bash him. People can be rehabilitated if they choose to and I stayed with my husband because I felt it was worth it and now am 38 years married.

    I feel for Elin because it is a long road ahead if she stays with him and she will have many days of doubt and concern and it won't be easy and I know this first hand. There are two things she or anyone else in these situations do and that is to be bitter or be better and I chose to be better.
    I'm glad you were able to work it out. I wasn't willing and my instincts were correct. My Ex husband is on wife number three and he cheated numerous times on me and wife #2 and the rumor around town says he hasn't changed his ways. I guess some people can change and others cannot.

    That said, it's not as if Tiger did this once or twice. If half of whats being told is true, the man has a sex addiction issue. It's going to take a strong woman who loves her husband more than anything to get through this. Maybe Elin is and does, but I wish her the best on either path she chooses to take.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaJo;3767634;
    I'm glad you were able to work it out. I wasn't willing and my instincts were correct. My Ex husband is on wife number three and he cheated numerous times on me and wife #2 and the rumor around town says he hasn't changed his ways. I guess some people can change and others cannot.

    That said, it's not as if Tiger did this once or twice. If half of whats being told is true, the man has a sex addiction issue. It's going to take a strong woman who loves her husband more than anything to get through this. Maybe Elin is and does, but I wish her the best on either path she chooses to take.
    I'm sure the $55 million she is angling for will make it all better.Magically.
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    Re: Tiger Woods' Accident

    Quote Originally Posted by JavaJo;3767634;
    I'm glad you were able to work it out. I wasn't willing and my instincts were correct. My Ex husband is on wife number three and he cheated numerous times on me and wife #2 and the rumor around town says he hasn't changed his ways. I guess some people can change and others cannot.

    That said, it's not as if Tiger did this once or twice. If half of whats being told is true, the man has a sex addiction issue. It's going to take a strong woman who loves her husband more than anything to get through this. Maybe Elin is and does, but I wish her the best on either path she chooses to take.
    I agree with you on this...I stayed..it was one time and I am so very happy that I did. However, never again would I stay..and he is well aware of it. One time can be a massive mistake, more and it's a pattern of behavior and I am gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007;3767688;
    I'm sure the $55 million she is angling for will make it all better.Magically.
    While I agree that the money is a nice cushion--I don't think money could heal the wounds created by the betrayal and by its extremely public exposure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Dancer;3768108;
    While I agree that the money is a nice cushion--I don't think money could heal the wounds created by the betrayal and by its extremely public exposure.
    Ditto. And the health risks, it is betrayal to the max. And to his own children.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007;3767688;
    I'm sure the $55 million she is angling for will make it all better.Magically.

    I don't think any amount of money can make it better. Elin will be financially stable with or without Tiger and the only thing that will make it better is a lot of communication and mending of trust... and a very strong Elin!

    I wish her the best no matter which direction she chooses.
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    Re: Tiger Woods' Accident

    Tiger's business contracts are starting to unravel. One of his big contracts was officially dropped this week.

    And his not being on the golf tour is causing a lot of problems.

    We have a tournament in our area that he drew a lot of people to in the past that will most likely be facing financial difficulties becaiuse of Tiger's absence. (We're talking in the millions of dollars that would otherwise have gone into local businesses and also into the tax base.)

    So there are a lot of consequences to this situatioon aside from the emotionl and marital consequences.

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    Here's some specific info about the first major corporation to completely drop Tiger as their representative--

    "Accenture, the giant consulting firm, ended its six-year marketing relationship with Tiger Woods on Sunday, showing once again that in advertising as in sports, there are no sure things.

    Mr. Woods had been featured in Accenture campaigns with the tagline, “Go On. Be a Tiger,” splashed in business magazines and airport waiting rooms since 2003. Since most consumers have no idea what a company like Accenture does, Mr. Woods became the human face of the corporation and a means to extol the corporate virtues of performance and risk-taking.

    In a statement Sunday, the company said Mr. Woods, 34, was “no longer the best representative” for its advertising. The action came more than two weeks after a bizarre car accident involving Mr. Woods, who is married, led to a series of embarrassing revelations about affairs he has carried on with other women. Then on Friday he announced that he was taking a hiatus from golf.

    Accenture is the first of Mr. Woods’s many sponsors to withdraw its support completely. Gillette has said that it would remove its Woods-related advertising for now and other sponsors, like AT&T, PepsiCo and Nike, have said they will wait to see when and how Mr. Woods returns to golf before making any permanent decisions. EA Sports, which has a line of best-selling Tiger Woods video games, is also standing by the golf star."

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/14/bu...o.html?_r=1&hp

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    And this is the reason so many people protected Tiger and his illicit activities for years. He generates millions of dollars, hundreds of people and multiple businesses are directly impacted by him, alone.

    It's a tragedy all the way around, personally and professionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldede;3768324;
    And this is the reason so many people protected Tiger and his illicit activities for years. He generates millions of dollars, hundreds of people and multiple businesses are directly impacted by him, alone.

    It's a tragedy all the way around, personally and professionally.
    I think Tiger is feeling the consequences of his choices, but I feel that this is just the tip of the iceberg as it were.

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