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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 16:47:31
ID: 50705
I really had to think about when the last time was that I had a case of the what ifs, and it was at a restaurant. After some self-reflection, I realized that restaurants are the only places where I think, what if? What if I had gotten the sausage roll instead of the pasta? What if the burger was better than the pizza I ordered? Food regret > relationships, apparently, lol.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 01:30:50
ID: 50680
What was the movie??! Dying here!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-22 01:26:27
ID: 50687
There is something to be said about older guys. These young guys in their 30's don't know how to please a woman. Men in their 50's though, OMG!!!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-21 16:48:58
ID: 50678
My ex decided long ago he wants nothing to do with our young child, he doesn't want to be a dad because it puts a cramp in his dating life and freedom. One day last year her assaulted me, I ran to call 911 but he pleaded with me not to. He agreed to pay a certain amount in child support if I didn't call. He even signed an agreement on paper. It lasted 1 month, then started giving me less and less (but still more than what courts would make him pay). He's changing his story now, saying he was under duress when he agreed to it. It was his idea, not mine. Recently we made a new agreement, but later (when I found something out about him) he admitted he scammed me again and made an agreement just to get what he wants. So eff him, I took him & his car off my policy, getting a refund and he can deal with getting stopped by the cops! He's never had to deal with the consequences of his actions, he always blames other people for his screw ups.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-21 04:04:02
ID: 50664
I don't really think about what ifs. I don't know why, not like everything is perfect, it's natural I think. I do think "what if" I had not done something specific one night because it literally changed the course of my life completely, right down to even the clothes I wear. But it's out of curiosity. I'd like to meet different "versions" of myself. But it's not because I regret it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-20 22:54:00
ID: 50650
My colleague suggested I watch this movie because I might be able to relate to the parenting issues in it, so I did. The woman in the movie had the same problems with her son that I do. She had the same marriage problems that I do, which I had told him about recently. The husband also, coincidentally, looks like my husband, has the same personality. and the same accent. The woman in the movie had the same career as me. She also has an affair with a younger guy who looks like my colleague. Seriously- these two people look a lot like us. I was floored. I think he might have been thinking about me when he was watching it. It was hard for me to watch. I don't know how to feel about it. Over the weekend he kept telling me I should watch this movie, and kept telling me about the character. Finally he said, "She ends up cheating on her husband." That was probably what convinced me to watch it.
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Posted by: greensquirrel
2017-09-20 19:35:10
ID: 50640
I have some what ifs in my life, but they're mostly like "what if I hadn't had an abusive father? What would I be like? Would I be happier? Less anxious? would I have escaped the cloud of depression that hovers over me? Would I be more successful? Less worried about failure?" I think about it a lot actually. I do ok, I mean, I've done alright, but I just wonder if I hadn't had an abusive, unsupportive upbringing who and what I could have been.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 22:48:06
ID: 50631
I don't regret any of my past exes. I'm so, so glad I dodged all those bullets. PHEW!!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 18:51:49
ID: 50625
My big what if is what if I leave and am more unhappy than I currently am? What if I regret it? Though it's not even an option right now due to finances. What if I look back and realize I emphasized the negatives, but the positives truly outweighed, in quantity and quality, those negatives?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-09-19 14:52:35
ID: 50626
My life's "what if"s really have more to do with my kids than my XDH. And if I'm honest, I screwed some things up there, it wasn't all on him. Seeing my kids grow up and go through some tough times and have some of the issues that they do, I can't help but wonder if they'd have been better off if I had made some different choices. They've faced some adversity at my hands, at least it feels that way sometimes. But we all got through it, and my DH and I could not be happier. It's during those hard times when my "what if"s rear their ugly heads. But, 'what if' is a comparison. And comparison is the thief of joy.
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