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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-09 23:06:45
ID: 43976
In response to a confession. He hasn't ever cheated on me. He works with all men and when he goes on trips, he works 12 hours a day, 7 days a week. But he thinks that because my boss is a man, that magically means I "may" cheat if my boss starts doing anything inappropriate.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-09 02:02:37
ID: 43961
I meant guilty conscience, damn auto correct.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-09 02:00:04
ID: 43960
In response to a confession. Guilty conscious..?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-08 21:24:02
ID: 43949
In response to a confession. Men have this stupid idea that women can just be "lead astray" by any old dick that comes along. It's very insulting especially since stereotypically at least, it's men that have been the ones that will just trip and "fall right into pussy"
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-08 04:16:37
ID: 43950
I'll probably never love another man as much as I love my ex husband, and I'll probably never be loved as much as my ex bf loves me. Life is fucked up.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-07 21:36:21
ID: 43946
I have to go on a business trip out of state with my boss in May. My boss is like my dad to me--absolutely no sexual attraction whatsoever. We will be staying in separate hotel rooms, etc. DH says he wants to take off work those days and come WITH me on my trip. WTF. He goes out of state for weeks at a time for his job and I trust him 100%. He says he trusts me but doesn't trust my boss and said that "just one night of drinking can lead to bad things". Hello, I don't drink, DH! We hashed it out for the most part last night and I think he's fine with it now, but I'm still pissed he thought he needed to come chaperone me on a friggin' business trip.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-07 13:08:26
ID: 43937
My DH is far more emotional than any woman stereotype. I love him, but I've considered life alone just to not deal with his mood swings.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-07 05:27:09
ID: 43933
I'm in my early 30s in my first relationship and we're living together. I'm used to being always single, strong, fiercely independent and a bit of a stubborn control freak. I like things done my way (but remain open) and when I express my views to BF he says I come off forceful especially when I don't hear his ideas. Like I'm always forcing my ideas one him. Tonight he was upset about the way I was taking care of some housework. True, I didn't hear out his ideas because mine made more sense at the time. I do not think I come off forceful and maybe its just my controlling side that comes out and I don't hear him out enough. Anyway, he said he's fine, but went to bed early, hardly talking to me. I need an outsider's perspective.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-06 23:18:22
ID: 43928
I told him that all the Christmas boxes need to go back up on the ceiling racks in the garage this weekend. He said "It could have already been done". (I take everything down the day after Christmas). So I asked him "Okay...then why didn't you do it?" He replied "When did I have time?" How the heck does that make sense? If he didn't have time to do it,then it obviously could not have been done! He knows I can't do it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-01-06 02:35:28
ID: 43909
yay I stayed awake long enough for us to have sex. I passed out right after.
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