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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-22 01:18:20
ID: 45967
I don't have one that got away, not exactly. I was in love with my HS bf for years and sometimes I still think about him, but I am so blessed with dh. I haven't seen him in years, probably like over ten, but wow, that chemistry was still there. It was palpable. It was totally sick. What's kind of funny is that they look alike. Both have the same physiques and the their eyes are very similar. Dh is way better though. Old HS bf was super funny himself, but the didn't think I was funny. Dh thinks I'm super funny. Old HS bf was smart, but not like dh is smart. Dh is smarter in a more hands on, real world way which someone like me, a total flake, needs. Dh thinks I'm smart too and old HS bf always thought he was smarter than me. Maybe he was, but it wasn't nice to act like he was. Actually, no, I was smarter.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-22 00:56:42
ID: 45959
I'm someone's "one who got away" and it's kind of cool knowing it. I used to want him when he didn't want me and it was a painful few years of being on and off with him. Finally I ended it for good, left town and got involved with someone else. He freaked out, begged me to come back and basically grovelled for years. We lost touch for the most part but every so often he'll send the random email just to 'check in'. I can't say I mind. But I'd never go back to him ever ever ever. Dating someone better than him helped me realize he was a douchey loser.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-21 16:46:40
ID: 45957
My boyfriend is being irritating again. I'm off today with a dr note because I was in the hospitsl yesterday. Since last night he seems to forget I have a 4 year old and family who can't help me much with him. He kept going on about how I was going to get so much sleep, and when I told him I wouldn't despite being home all day he then wouldn't stop talking about how on the weekends he can sleep all day. I could too before I had responsibilities. This morning he's surprised I'm up so early. Gotta take ds to school so I can rest at home. I'm having a hard time not being a complete bitch about it when he does it now. I don't understand why he keeps forgetting. He has spent a lot of time with ds, which is also one of the reasons I hesitate to just dump him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-21 13:42:09
ID: 45953
I have a "one that got away," so to speak. We have the most intense chemistry, but staying together in an actual relationship just doesn't work for us. We still have a deep love for each other, we just combust when we try to make a traditional relationship work. I'll always love him, and still crave him so intensely I can feel it in my bones, and he feels the same for me. I could never marry him, though. I think we just challenge each other too much.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-21 10:56:25
ID: 45951
Golly, there's a father (I assume) that I've caught sight of a few times at the school my kids go too and he looks so very much like my very first boyfriend. It's been nearly 20 years.. I live on the complete other side of the county than I did back there. I doubt it's him but each time I've seen him I've been shocked by how familiar he looks.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-20 23:45:45
ID: 45940
I only wish I didn't have one that got away. Because now, even though I'm married to someone else, I will always wonder what if. To make matters even worse, my ex thinks of me the same way. He's single and would give us a second chance in a heartbeat. That just makes things so much worse..why oh why couldn't he have been an asshole?! Then I could have washed my hands, and mind, of him forever.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-20 15:01:58
ID: 45923
DH and I are heading back north tomorrow after spending six months in Florida. He has dicked around for a week telling me he'll 'get that done tomorrow.' He's now helping a neighbor put on a deck and I have everything inside the house packed to take home. The rest is his problem, but I am SO pissed!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-20 14:55:47
ID: 45921
My 'one that got away' turned out to be a total douche bag that cheats on his wife and can't hold a decent job. Bullet=dodged.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-20 14:50:38
ID: 45920
I think it would be fun to get "liked" on a dating website, just for a little ego boost. I wouldn't mind "liking" others as well for the same reason. I'm not into cheating on DH, but I do think it would be fun. There should be a site for that- not for dating- with no contact options. Or, I dunno, you can sign up for free but if you want to contact someone you have to do like an extensive e-harmony style profile, jump through hoops, pay a hefty membership fee.... something. Submit your DNA and go through a background check.. LOL Something to keep contact from being easy. It's nice to feel pretty, ya know? Why not?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-20 00:27:38
ID: 45914
Ugh. My DH is coming off a manic spell and today he was hanging out with his friend and then got some paranoid thoughts that I was being kidnapped, so he drove to Walmart to have me paged (I had been to Walmart earlier, but wasn't there when he paged me) and then called me 20 times in a row while I was driving. I finally got home and talked to him and he kept asking me to go inside and stay by the dog until he got home. He really scared the shit out of me. The megadose of Seroquel wore off so his doc told me to give him more. This only really happens when the daylight savings time stuff happens....throws his sleep off. This is part of why I detest DST.
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