Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attending

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meic
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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby meic » 27 Sep 2011, 7:01pm

Thanks Alan D for the support.

In the end, I came to pretty much the same conclusion as Freeflow, that it is a personal issue and I have left the group and become a lonely solitary rider. :cry:

I would like to point out that my wife was not riding with the group prior to her having the affair. The affair started because I was stupid enough to bring him to my house after he and I had been out riding together not because she was riding (bikes).
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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby diapason0 » 27 Sep 2011, 7:27pm

meic wrote:
In the end, I came to pretty much the same conclusion as Freeflow, that it is a personal issue and I have left the group and become a lonely solitary rider. :cry:


That's a pity - supportive company can be a great help. This is a time when you need friends around you.
Take care, and I hope things improve over time.
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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby Vorpal » 27 Sep 2011, 10:33pm

Meic,

That completely sucks. You have my sympathy.

Have you tried Inviting some friends from the group to go for a ride?
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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby freeflow » 29 Sep 2011, 12:41pm

meic wrote:In the end, I came to pretty much the same conclusion as Freeflow, that it is a personal issue and I have left the group and become a lonely solitary rider. :cry:


But hopefully not for long. You are now in the perfectly reasonable position that if asked why you don't join the group anymore you can say it's because you are uncomforatable with the situation. If the group is worth its salt you'll find others coming to join you for rides. If that doesn't happen then you're better off as a solitary rider.

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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby Valbrona » 6 Dec 2011, 2:23am

Us solitary riders should stick together! Er, but I am not sure how we would go about that. Perhaps we could meet up for a ride and then all go our different ways.
I should coco.

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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby Claireysmurf » 16 Jan 2012, 11:25am

Where are you based Meic?

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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby meic » 16 Jan 2012, 11:52pm

There should have been a clue next to my Avatar.

I am about 9 miles North of Carmarthen, which is a good days ride from Cardiff. :lol:

I had kind of hoped that this thread would disappear into the cyber-ether but as way of an update, I got over everything after a few more months and I do cycle with the group again.
In fact I am so "over" it that I sometimes go and have tea with my wife and her boyfriend. :shock:
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Re: Can you raise an objection and prevent somebody attendin

Postby thirdcrank » 17 Jan 2012, 2:52pm

meic

I hope this means we will be reading a lot more of your posts on here again. :D