Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-16 02:21:35
ID: 63224
My DH said, "There's a treat for you up in the cupboard." We used to hide chocolate from our kid this way, years ago, when a Toblerone was kind of a splurge for us on a Friday night. We'd split it, but we took turns going to the cupboard for a bite. Well, I looked up in the cupboard the next day, and I saw Girl Scout Cookies. I opened them and they were almost gone. WTF??? It's Valentine's Day for God's sake, lol!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-16 00:37:03
ID: 63222
DH bought me flowers and candy that HE likes for Valentine's Day. Not candy that I like. I am so pissed about it that I went out today and bought myself the candy I like (half off too!) and told DH that he could have the candy he bought as his gift from me. I probably shouldn't have been so upset but he knows me better than that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-14 19:26:41
ID: 63212
Last night our neighbor called DH and said, "I need you over here right now!" So he jumped up, threw on his boots and high-tailed it over there. She was alone with her two small daughters and caught the oven on fire trying to broil cheese on top of some nachos. Smoke alarm screeching away, two little girls screaming and crying, and mom in a panic with smoke and flames rolling out of the oven. Just as they got the fire out and the house aired out and the girls calmed down, her DH showed up with their two older kids who he'd picked up from sports practice. Then DH came home and got our huge vat of leftover chili and took it over there so they'd have something to eat for dinner. I'm just really proud of him. He's a good egg.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-14 17:14:33
ID: 63208
Happy Single Awareness Day to me. :(
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-13 23:57:55
ID: 63202
Every time my husband goes to the store, and I ask him to buy cheese, without fail, he will buy Mexican blend shredded cheese. I have to be extremely specific. Like, "Hey, honey, we're out of STRING CHEESE. Please grab STRING CHEESE. You know, STRING CHEESE, not Mexican cheese, from the store. STRING CHEESE." I also love that this is the only thing thing that annoys me about him after almost 15 years. But, Jesus. One day, maybe I'll be able to send him to the store for shredded cheddar and not get Mexican blend lol.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-13 23:57:20
ID: 63200
In response to a confession. I worded my post wrong. What I meant was I'm scared to file for divorce because I don't know what alcoholic dh will do. How he'll act, etc.... I know I have to push through the fear and get that part of my life over with. I'm ok with boyfriend paying for some of it if he wants. It's just taking me a bit to process all of this.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-13 03:25:18
ID: 63194
Ughhh, when will I finally stop stalking him? We broke up 1.5 years ago, but it still feels kinda weird being alone. I miss him and the support especially during these difficult times. Everything I stalk him, I see all the great things he's doing and feel 1000x more miserable. Just awesome.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-13 02:35:37
ID: 63193
In response to a confession. I have some of the same questions as TacoBelle.... Why would your exh care how it was paid, and how would he even find out? I'm also divorced after a long marriage, and was already dating by the time my 2 year divorce process was finished. But I like being independent paying for my own things, such as my own house, bills, etc. I personally would never have accepted money for that. It is scary not knowing what the future holds, but maybe you should try not relying on another man for things. And I mean that in a very respectful way. Wishing you all the best.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-12 23:29:45
ID: 63171
Been separated from dh since August 2017. Boyfriend wants to pay for half my divorce. Was married almost 30 years. I'm scared what dh will do and how he'll act. I'm just fearful of the unknown and future. Would you guys be ok with your boyfriend helping pay for your divorce?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-02-03 22:51:53
ID: 63109
In response to a confession. Why are you with him? It already seems like you're a single parent. Why stay with him if that's the case?
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