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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-28 01:11:57
ID: 47000
In response to a confession. A trial separation is what sealed the deal for me when it came to divorcing my ex. He lived like a slob and immediately signed up for a dating site. I loved being on my own and not having to play mommy anymore. He eventually wanted to get back together, but I was like, nope! Bye! Sweet, sweet freedom!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 22:25:47
ID: 47008
In response to a confession. So the answer is yes, yes you do spit when you talk.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 22:01:30
ID: 47005
This chick is way too fucking much. Always has to be right. Always pointing everyone out, but when someone points her out, watch out for the super tasmanian devil!! And so many kiss her ass too. So funny.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 21:55:26
ID: 47003
In response to a confession. Why, will you wish I died if I did?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 21:50:11
ID: 47001
Sigh....why is he always on my mind?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 21:34:05
ID: 46999
In response to a confession. I would say your marriage is different because sure, lots of men are slobs and may not clean the house, but there's not many out there that would actually forget to feed the pets, or sleep the whole day away when given the chance. I understand wanting to stay with him regardless of his issues, but you've also said that he talks down to you and is controlling. Those are deal breakers imo. And it seems like you make alot of excuses for him. I'm going to guess that your family/friends don't like him either.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 20:45:23
ID: 46996
I'm sure my marriage is not all that different than many other peoples'. Yes, I have considered leaving my DH before, but then things get better and he puts in some effort and I think maybe things will work after all. Then he goes and does stupid shit like forget to feed the animals for a week while I'm gone and the resentment just comes back. I guess sometimes I come on here to vent about what he says because sometimes the things he says are so ludicrous that I don't even believe they are coming out of his mouth. I get that it's not healthy for me to be married to him anymore, but it's not as easy as all that to just up and leave. I took my marriage vows pretty seriously and I think it's sad to have to just give up on everything. I almost wonder if it would be best for me to just get a trial separation so he can fend for himself for a while and I can figure out a more permanent plan.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 19:38:16
ID: 46994
Lol, do you really think no other couples fight over housework? Do you think no man or woman is overly dramatic over something small like dishes or laundry? What world do you live in?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 19:34:31
ID: 46993
In response to a confession. Do you spit when you talk?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-27 19:34:13
ID: 46992
If DH & I are starting to get really annoyed with each other we say, "You're stupid, I hate you!" It's just what we say. It's just a phrase we use to try to ease tension, we don't mean it and we both know it. I dunno, the dish conversation described in 46986 sounds like one DH & I might have. If he did dishes, LOL. More likely we'd have that little convo over how he folds laundry.
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