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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-12 05:50:26
ID: 51365
You can't protect your kid from the world around them. I know it sucks. I wish I could wrap my son in bubble wrap, but I can't. That's not how it works.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-11 07:28:32
ID: 51699
A friend complains about her DH not helping around the house and says things about his mother not teaching him to do things and take care of himself. All the while she thinks its absurd for her own DS to do chores and do anything for himself.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-11 04:09:10
ID: 51588
DH & I have no friends our own age. They're either much older or much younger. Our kids are in their late teens, early twenties and we have one little granddaughter. Most of our friends are either long-retired, or just starting families. So many babies have been born around us in the past two years, it's crazy! It's weird to think these yahoos are parents now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-11 03:53:32
ID: 51633
In response to a confession. I'm not really protecting him, I'm as much to blame. I'm just as explosive. We're probably not meant to be, but our good days are really good and make me almost forget about the bad. We both need therapy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-10 21:43:38
ID: 51686
A friend of mine always brags about the super-healthy vegan food she feeds her toddler. She posted a picture of some frozen vegan waffles and a "chik'n" patty, saying it was super healthy chicken and waffles. No lady--call it what it is: Junk. Vegan junk, but junk nonetheless.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-10 18:00:57
ID: 51676
My DD18's name is marginally unusual for this day and age, we call her Bella for short. My 'confession' is that I often call her Bella Luella, or Bella Nutella, or Bella Luella Coachella rubella Nutella. And I'm forever trying to think of other rhyming words. If you can think of any, help a sister out. :) My goal is to text her- her name followed by a long-ass string of words that rhyme with it. Then when she texts back, "OMG Mom, what?" I'll just pull a Stewey and go "Hi" with a smiley face. ..
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-10 15:38:29
ID: 51582
I was just told that the kids are out at 18. My son will be 18 in april he's a Junoir in high school. So looks like I'm planning a move in April. Screw him. We will leave. I'm not kicking my kid out when he's not even finished with school. People really do this? It's my job to make sure he gets a education nobody is screwing that up for him. I would leave now if I could!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-08 03:25:37
ID: 51648
In response to a confession. Me, too. He was everyone's friend, the first person to help anyone. Known as easy-going and fun. I left and came back, it must be me, right? My three sisters finally swooped in one day, they put me in a car and took everything in our house that belonged to me. So fucked up, I'm so lucky I have people who saved me. He was starting to slam my head on the floor, no visible marks but maximum damage.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-08 03:18:31
ID: 51647
In response to a confession. Being a stepparent was an awful experience due to my ex. I was young and wanted to be a good mom to my stepdaughter as her Mom abandoned her. I really stepped up but I was never good enough, she was another tool for him to say I was awful in every way. He was violent and hurt me. When I finally left I had no rights to see her. I cried and hurt for a long time. I still hurt deep down.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-06 15:30:54
ID: 51629
Idk if I could ever marry someone who already had kids. I certainly wouldn't expect anyone to marry me, towing my kids along. Just seems like way too much trouble.
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