Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-29 02:48:49
ID: 63640
In response to a confession. I don't hate that I have kids; I hate that I have a husband.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-28 22:30:01
ID: 63635
DH is home working for the next few weeks while I still have to go to the factory. I told him he can do laundry and get the mail now that he's home during the day. He is balking about that and I'm SO glad we don't have kids right now. Actually I think a lot of women with kids and lazy DHs hate that they have kids right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-27 21:02:59
ID: 63612
My POS cousin, who’s been in jail for 3+ months awaiting trial, may get out! Because of the virus, the county thinks turning the prisoners loose may be better than a possible pandemic in the jail. A week ago he told a jailer that he has a score to settle with my aunt and uncle (his grandparents that he burgled last fall), the jailer noted it in the record, but he may still get out. If that SOB even shows up at his grandparents’ home, I’m going to jail!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-26 17:14:09
ID: 63609
In response to a confession. I'm so sorry for your loss, but your feelings are justified. I had a friendly acquaintance who developed kidney disease. I did everything I could to help him find the right doctors as well as others who had gone through the same thing so they could answer his questions, and posted his GoFundMe on all of my social media to help. AND THEN all I saw were posts from him eating everything he wasn't supposed to, and drinking. I mean, going to McDonald's right after dialysis. I unfriended him at that point. Yes, he passed. I also have a friend who had a stroke and is lucky to be alive. Still eating huge cheeseburgers, still pounding the alcohol. It's infuriating.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-26 16:18:32
ID: 63608
My sister passed earlier this year, and I am finally finding time to go through her stuff (she had boxes of journals and old financial paperwork mixed with family photos). One of the trips down memory lane was from about 10 years ago, when she started having kidney problems. I had started thinking about what would happen if she asked me for a kidney. She was always really supportive of me, and helped me out a few times when things were bleak. But on the other hand, she would not take care of herself, or her body. Even when she became diabetic, she ate healthy for a month or two, and then went back to nothing but grease and sodas. And would eventually go days without checking blood sugar or injecting insulin. So while I felt like she would give me a kidney if the roles were reversed, I also felt like she wouldn't take good care of herself, and just end up needing a kidney again, and my sacrifice would be wasted. What do you all think - what would you have done in my shoes?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-23 18:24:33
ID: 63568
I made a huge mistake moving in with my bf. I love him but I'm not happy at his house. It's HIS house. Everything is his. It's dirty too. Everyone has always wore their shoes in the house, it's old, etc.... Ex dh lives in our old house and I miss my old house. I lived there since 1995. Everything there is familiar. I feel trapped here and I'm 30 minutes from my job and family. I hate my life right now. I had a place to retreat at my old house. Here, I have no where to go. I'm really depressed.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-21 01:23:46
ID: 63536
I'm a very hermit-like person by nature. I also rarely, rarely, rarely get even a cold. I'm beginning to see why this social isolation thing is being touted. And honestly, it hasn't affected me a lot. I am a total homebody.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-20 05:10:32
ID: 63528
I've always had a good relationship with my sister. We're different in many ways, but have always gotten along and considered each other to be like best friends. Lately over the last year she has become more and more open about voicing her political views. She's always been conservative, but I feel like she's being brainwashed and becoming so extreme. I consider myself middle of the road and now I hate it when she brings up issues because she gets angry and I don't want to hear it. She can't have a calm conversation sharing thoughts and ideas. Her way is the only truth.
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Posted by: hanginin
2020-03-16 15:38:08
ID: 63496
In response to a confession. I have a granddaughter. She's only three, but I can't even imagine someone hurting her. I'd lose my shit. I'm so sorry you're all going through such hell at the hands of one POS loser ass hole.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-03-16 05:25:51
ID: 63489
He's been clean and sober for 3 years. His mouth upsets me and he knows it. He'll apologize, be ok for awhile then say something stupid again. I can't take it. Seems like he's bipolar. I need to get my own place. We've been together 4 months and I've had enough.
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