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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-19 03:28:22
ID: 54430
If a guy needed me to cut his noodles up for him (not disabled in any way) I don't think I'd even finish the date! What a creepy loser mama's boy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-19 03:28:00
ID: 54437
I love intelligent men. Intelligence and a sense of humor.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-19 03:26:35
ID: 54454
This guy I'm seeing is a Chief in the Air Force. His personality is sweet, shy, open and loving. Total opposite of dh who is an alcoholic, mean, and never communicates without saying the F word. I'll be free of dh soon!!!! Can't wait to be with a kind man.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-18 14:06:48
ID: 54460
Bf of 4 yrs had a really bad day at work yesterday, texted that he was so tired that he honestly didn't know what to do anymore. I know he hates his job (been there for 1.5 yrs), but I haven't heard him sound this low. He came home listened to me vent about my sh*tty day and when I tried to ask he was he didn't want to talk about it. I gave him space, he went to bed early. This morning he was kinda griping about things and still not like himself. I tried to ask him again and still no. His job is impacting our relationship - he has so much to do that all he does is work in his downtime, complain about it, and I feel I can only support so much bc my job isn't perfect, either. On another note, I'm really enjoying talking to my male coworker - we Gchatted for 1hr during work and it brigthened up my day. I worry though that I'm having emotional affair, but justify its okay because he's moving, anyway. I know I need help working through this and start to see my therapist again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-18 04:11:55
ID: 54453
I feel like the guys I have been with were usually a little less intelligent than me but thought we were intellectual equals. The one guy I dated who I knew was smarter than me was the one who respected my intelligence the most, because he understood it. (This sounds like I think I am really smart but I'm pretty sure I'm just on the high end of average. Brilliant, highly gifted people are extremely rare.)
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 18:04:56
ID: 54432
I have generally had guys who are smarter than me treat me well, and the ones that aren't intellectually my equal try to tear me down. I think it is all about insecurity, and I'm not sure how much education has to do with it. But also, I never dated too far from my own IQ. Many of the things I like to do for fun are intellectually challenging (for me), so someone who finds my hobbies either too hard or too easy wouldn't enjoy being with me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 11:17:17
ID: 54428
I don't think my boyfriend loves me as much as I love him. We have been together a few months.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 03:17:24
ID: 54422
I once went on a date with a guy who, while driving to the restaurant, made sure to tell me that WHEN I make him spaghetti, he always needs his noodles cut up, and WHEN I bake him a pie, it can't be peach, because he's allergic to peaches. Um, what? I must've missed our discussion about being his damn cook. That date was DOA and I never saw him again, lol.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 03:15:58
ID: 54424
I'm never getting married again. My husband isn't a bad guy. I just feel trapped. Marriage just isn't my thing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-16 00:35:38
ID: 54427
In response to a confession. My DH is a college dropout (I graduated from UCLA) and he is a complete asshole. I loved your romantic story though. I’m not even into cowboys and I imagined myself with a country boy while reading your confession.
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