Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-12 19:39:54
ID: 65642
What would you do if you found out your s/o lied to you about the past? He's embarrassed by things he did, but he has always said we can't build a relationship on lies. He doesn't know I know about it, but I do. I confronted him and he lied. Over and over.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-11 00:18:25
ID: 65650 dad is officially married now. I still feel weird about him being married to someone else, but I'm also really happy he met someone that makes him so happy. He's a total introvert (like me) and needs a "person" to be open with. I'm the same way with my DH--he's who I open up to. So I'm glad my dad is able to have someone to talk to and do things with again. He's not very old so it's good that he has someone now to grow old with.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-08 00:05:03
ID: 65633
In response to a confession. Because he insisted it was for pain. I bought it for the arthritis in my knee, too (at the suggestion of my ortho), but he insists the TV commercial says it’s for pain. Hell, I would have rubbed baby poop on it if he thought it’d work. LOL
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-07 20:53:27
ID: 65632
In response to a confession. I know this isn't the point of your post, but why did you put Voltaren on it? I ask because I just bought a tube yesterday to try on my knees.. I thought it was for arthritis?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-04 00:12:08
ID: 65591
DH and I got flu shots yesterday. Yes, my arm ached a bit and the injection site is kind of sore, but for the love of Baby Jesus! If we were Catholic he'd be asking for last rites. He moans and groans and has taken THREE two-hour naps in his recliner (with both arms, including the one that's too sore to lift, above his head). I've put Voltaren gel on his arm, given him two Aleve every 12 hours, and even gave him a heating pad to help with the pain. Try pushing a human out of a hole the size of a quarter you man child!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-10-03 21:43:33
ID: 65584
DH is leaving tomorrow to go on a 5 week trip. I'm sort of glad because he has been doing nothing but eating all the damn food and making the house a mess while he's home. I really hate that I value that stuff over spending time with him too. But if he would just help out a little bit, it would make me resent him a lot less.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 23:18:55
ID: 65555
In response to a confession. He isn't picky. He eats everything. Theres is nothing he wont eat. And this house is so small, there is no place to hide anything, especially without him knowing. He pays attention to everything. I told him today that when we get a bigger place, he can have his own cupboard and I'm going to put a lock on the pantry (we dont have a pantry here). Today I grabbed the last bag of my chips that he ate all except 2 handfuls of (mostly crumbs), he came running to grab some...I coughed in the bag so he wouldn't take any. He said I was disgusting, I told him I wouldn't have had to do it if he just stayed away from them. He has tons of snacks out there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 23:04:39
ID: 65554
In response to a confession. He sounds quite selfish.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 21:43:59
ID: 65552
In response to a confession. I solved that problem by buying myself snacks I know he doesn't like. Also, I hide things from him. But yes, he is a glutton and will eat anything that's not nailed down. It's frankly infuriating because he will not go to the store and replace what he eats if he finishes it before I do my weekly shop. I find that when I hide stuff from him, he's less likely to grab it and stuff it in his face.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-09-27 20:46:29
ID: 65548
Anyone else's H eat all the snacks so theres nothing left for you? I'm the only one who grocery shops, I've always got him 2x the amount of snacks that I got for myself, but he eats all my snacks before I even get any. So I started buying 2-3x my snacks, and he still eats them all within days. I don't like his snacks or I'd eat them. Every time it's meal time, he's "not hungry" then at 9pm he asks whats for dinner. He's not fat, he's very muscular, but all he does is eat snacks all day long. I spent $50 on Halloween Candy 3 weeks ago, more than half is gone! I don't feel like going to the store every 2-3 days. I'm just not going to buy snacks anymore.
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