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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-19 00:58:53
ID: 62429
DH worked like a madman for a week, painting the whole inside of our house (doors, ceilings and trim, too). On Saturday he said he was going to take the day off. He has been sleeping in his recliner ever since. I wake him for meals and to go to bed, where he gets a full 8 hours. He gets up in the AM, drinks coffee, eats breakfast, puts on his sweats and hits the recliner. All day Saturday, Sunday, and today. I appreciate all he's done, but damn!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-18 00:04:24
ID: 62421
Sometimes I don't understand my ILs, but I'm so glad they are in my life. I'm close to my MIL and she has really stepped up to be my "other mom" since my own mom got ill. They may have their quirks, but I'm really glad they are like my other family.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-17 01:14:48
ID: 62409
In response to a confession. Who said anything about wanting my dad's assets? If he remarries, I could care less if his new wife gets all his money. I'm 100% not entitled to my dad's money. People who think they ARE entitled to any relative's money are full of it. If my dad does have any money left over when he dies, we're donating it all to charity. I don't need my dad's money. I'm more worried about some gold digger lady meeting him and using him without loving him the way my mom did.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-15 18:27:20
ID: 62395
In response to a confession. I don't like lumping people into generalized categories, in fact, it really irritates me to read things like that on this site. And I also don't put much thought into horoscopes and signs, however, it is fun to read and compare. But the funny thing is, my last long term relationship was with an Aries man and the Aries characteristics describe him very well........ Aggressive, competitive, demanding, needs praise, romantic, passionate, likes to be in charge, hard worker, committed. So there were some things that were absolutely amazing about him and us as a couple, but other things that were too much for me to handle. It was one of the toughest relationships because I was constantly struggling with whether I could deal with the bad stuff in order to hold on to all the good. I finally decided it wasn't a healthy relationship for me, and I had to say goodbye and let go.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:11:17
ID: 62293
Adult children might as well not worry about if their parent is going to date or not after the other parent dies. If they do, they do. It's none of anyone else's business. As for their assets, they are still their assets. The parent can do what they want with their own money. If they want to spend all of it, fine!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:10:38
ID: 62310
Have any of you ever dated an Aries man? I'm dating one now. They sure are aggressive huh? Not in a mean way, but they go after what they want don't they. He wants to introduce me to all his friends and family, he's very touchy feely, wants to be with me all the time, etc... I actually like it. Ex dh that I was with didn't like to touch, hold hands, kiss, etc. He could care less about spending time with me too. Tell me about your Aries men please.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:10:18
ID: 62315
In response to a confession. This is abusive behavior.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:09:33
ID: 62337
In response to a confession. My husband did six years in a Texas prison for taking part in a robbery when he was 20 and addicted to cocaine. I met him after he'd been out for three years. Fast forward, he's 43, has his bachelor's degree, a great job, loves the shit out of me, and treats me better than any man I've ever known. If he had still been using drugs, I would have run. If he couldn't be gainfully employed, I would have run. If he wasn't determined with every fiber of his being to learn from his dumbass younger self, I would have run. If he's pushing you into a relationship before you're ready, that might be a red flag. Trust your instincts.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:07:44
ID: 62353
I'm the one who's talking to the ex convict. His crimes were 2 DUI's, trying to rob a bank and running from police. He's nice to me and rough around the edges. He loves God and takes his recovery seriously. One day at a time. That's how I am looking at it. He wants me to be his girlfriend, but it's only been 9 days since we met. I told him we'll take things slow.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-11-14 22:06:43
ID: 62367
I'm looking for a new job because I'm tired of working hard for little pay. I know my boyfriend is cheating(hiding the phone. Ringer on vibrate, going outside to answer, being a complete asshole). It's been hell living with him for the last 8 months. I'm yelled at over stupid things daily. Sometimes before I even exit my vehicle. Everyday it's something new to scream about. Insults all night. Sitting in the bathroom for 45 minutes every morning while I'm trying to go to work. I clean on days off he does nothing at home. But nothing I do is ever good enough. Work sucks home sucks. I don't know where the money to move will come from. I was choking on some bread yesterday he just looked at me. He never tried to help. I gave myself the heimlich meneuver. After the coughing stopped (which I didn't think would happen) I thanked him. He was waiting for me to turn blue was his response. I used to be happy I want that back!
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