Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-24 20:20:49
ID: 63318
In response to a confession. Yowza...
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-24 00:08:28
ID: 63310
Is anyone else's DH a total glutton? We bought 6 paczki at the bakery and I ate one. DH ate the other 5 before I could even have a shot at them. He grilled a 4 lb beef brisket yesterday and ate all but about 1/2 a lb which I snagged. Seriously, it's probably why I'm thin and he's fat--he never lets me eat any food because he wolfs it down before I get a chance to eat any!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-23 00:55:27
ID: 63307
I wonder what it's like to really need to have interaction with people. I honestly don't feel the need to interact with anyone most of the time. I just...I don't know, dislike people I think. I should probably figure out why I feel this way and get back to enjoying people's company and support again.
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Posted by: Spectra
2020-02-23 00:41:39
ID: 63304
In response to a confession. Please, do NOT just buy some "drops" from the internet to help your adrenal fatigue. What is in them, may I ask? You always want to look for reputable products that are third-party tested to guarantee potency and quality. Some people have very good success with adaptogens to help with adrenal fatigue. Ashwagandha, phosphatidylserine, ginseng, eleuthero root, maca, and rhodiola are all good ones to try but you have to get the dose right or they won't do any good. And they don't help a whole lot unless you also try to get more sleep, lower your caffeine intake, and try to get more exercise to help lower your cortisol naturally.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-22 21:21:20
ID: 63296
In response to a confession. I don't blame DH completely. I was already starting to feel weird, or I would have said something. But I now have two packages of peanut butter crackers and two glucose tablets in the car.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-22 19:56:24
ID: 63295
In response to a confession. I'm so sorry that you couldn't depend on your DH in this situation. At least this was a lesson learned to ALWAYS be prepared, because you never know what's going to happen throughout the day. Don't rely on anyone but yourself. Kind of reminds me of when DS was a baby. I'd always tell his father that unless he knew *for certain* that he would only be away from the house for 30 minutes tops, to bring the diaper bag. One day he ran to a store 15 mins away with a friend just to pick something up, so he didn't bring the bag. They ran into other friends there, and they all decided to get lunch. He ended up having to have his food boxed to go, because the baby got hungry. Sometimes men just don't have the capacity to think "What if..."
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-22 00:34:10
ID: 63292
I’m a diabetic. Ate at 9 this morning and had to take a drive with DH. I said if we’re out long we’d need to stop for lunch. He got pissy with the directions OnStar gave him, then started being an ass. At 2 I suggested lunch, but he was looking at some campers and said ‘in a minute’ a hundred times I think. I walked to the car and waited. By the time we were close to home it was 4 pm, and I could barely keep my eyes open and felt drunk. I stumbled into the house, took my blood sugar (57!), drank some o.j., ate a cheese stick and went to lie down. When I felt better I laid into him for not stopping. I guess I’ll have to start carrying snacks in case he decides to be an ass.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-20 06:50:22
ID: 63273
Your granddaughter is grown. Let her figure out how she's going to deal with her financial stuff. You and your dh need to be careful with your money. You've already loaned her money. Don't feel guilty. And don't enable her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-20 06:40:28
ID: 63269
How do you ladies deal with a boyfriend/dh who looks at other women?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-20 06:40:05
ID: 63257
Can I get alimony after a 27 and a half year marriage if I end up living with my boyfriend? I live in California.
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