Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-14 17:25:31
ID: 48540
In response to a confession. You've got some nerve! You've been cheating on your husband for four years, and your mad when your boyfriend for not giving you attention. Your boyfriend is probably cheating on you too. Or maybe, he's giving that attention to his wife? If you need attention and compliments, try getting them from your husband. Or try marriage counseling. Or woman up and get a divorce! You're absolutely ridiculous.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-14 03:22:12
ID: 48531
when i was single i saw nothing but happy couples about. now that I'm married all i see are happy singles.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-14 02:08:26
ID: 48528
My dh and I have hit such a low point, mostly due to his depression, and I just don't know what to do about it. He's just always so worried about money and stuff that we have zero control over. I applied for a really good job, and I have a good chance of getting it, but he still isn't happy about the extra income. Nothing is good enough, ever. He won't get on meds. He won't go to counseling. It's like living with Eeyore. And I know that sounds shitty, but fucking hell. I've struggled with depression and suicidal ideation my whole life. I can't do shit for him until he decides to help himself. Everyday, he comes home from work, drinks three shots of whiskey, and falls asleep. I can't imagine living the rest of my life like this.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-14 02:06:24
ID: 48529
Broke up with my affair yesterday. We saw each other for over 4 years. But only a few times a year at most. I fell a little in love with him. He, quiet (like me) in the best of times, stopped saying much of depth at all and rarely made me feel wanted. When we were together, yes, his desire was clear. Otherwise I heard less and less from him. I'd cry and be angry, waiting to see him, begging for his attentions and emails. Trying to understand what he was feeling since we had a small falling out. Enough. I am doing this drama and I don't need drama in my life, even from myself. I want to stop crying and have my dignity back. I don't need constant compliments but once in awhile for crying out loud - I am not stingy with my warm words but he is. No matter what I did, none of it pulled him back to me or changed his behavior. I wish he regrets his actions, but I'll never know if he feels he lost me. I hope so.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-13 17:57:19
ID: 48516
In response to a confession. I totally get your excitement. I live far away from "home." I've never really liked where I live but am stuck here (long story). I've made some friends, but they are more like good acquaintances. One of my best friends, whom I pretty much grew up with, got a new job and moved here last year. OMG, I almost cried when she told me. I am so, so happy she is here. Such an easy friendship and I can finally just feel like I can be myself. So happy for you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-13 15:23:21
ID: 48510
I'm on a very restricted diet (per doctors' orders) for a chronic medical condition. I basically can't consume any sugars/grains/etc. I even am limited on what fruits I can eat and how much. DH has seen that it's made a huge difference in how I feel and look, so he's decided to cut sugar too. My kids love watermelon and it was on sale, so I bought one. I mentioned to DH to eat some so it doesn't go bad. He got testy because I'm not taking his diet changes seriously (I can't eat watermelon). No, DH, I'm not. Not when, in your own words, you are cutting out sugar, except for alcohol. So if you're still putting back a few beers a day, I'm not going to take your "no watermelon" stance seriously.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-12 23:30:10
ID: 48501
OMG, I am SO EXCITED!!! And I feel like such a dork about this, but here goes--one of my very good friends from high school moved to my town and is going to my university and is just in a different program than I am but she lives close to me and I HAVE A GOOD FRIEND WHO LIVES BY ME NOW!!!!!! And we both have pups that love to walk and we love doing the same things together and I am so freaking excited!!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-11 20:12:20
ID: 48488
I found out a good childhood friend of mine has moved back to my state. My dad saw her at the grocery store and she said hi to him--she had made a lot of bad decisions in her 20's and her kids were taken away by her mom (who used to be good friends with my parents). I found out her husband was killed recently in a car accident and she has decided to come back home and try to reconnect with her kids and her mom. I really feel like I should reach out to her. I don't want to be nosy or intrusive, but my dad told me it seemed like she was really taking this whole situation pretty hard.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-09 23:12:45
ID: 48471
I'm the OP with the super lazy DH. I'm working FT now and my schedule is crazy. DH has been really stepping up actually. I tell him generally what his jobs are and if he forgets I remind him, but he has generally been a lot better than I thought he would be. I do wish I didn't have to leave him notes and reminders all the time, but I guess it's either that or I do everything myself.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-06-09 23:07:49
ID: 48470
Oh Lord. I think that would be grounds for divorce if my DH ever did anything that disgusting. Our rule is if you can't make it to the toilet, grab a trash can.
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