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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-11 04:02:24
ID: 59812
I still miss him. It'll be 2 months on the 20th that I last saw him, and told him I never want to see him again, but I still miss him. A lot. It's gotten easier, but I wish it would all go away. The feelings, the memories, etc.....
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-10 18:29:59
ID: 59809
In response to a confession. I'm the OP of the confession I think you meant to respond to.. Where the hell did it imply that "I assumed I knew" who posted the original!? I don't get it, it was about my real life brother, and it IS awful to deal with. I'm not on here enough to know everyone 's business, esp the anonymous posters.. Get a life already!
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-10 07:42:55
ID: 59807
Spent last weekend with my MIL. she's a nice woman and we get along fine but I'm so sick of hearing her talk about her (real and perceived) health problems and medical conspiracy theories. i'm not exaggerating when I say that she starts and ends EVERY SINGLE conversation with some sort of malady she's facing. she's obsessed with anything related to health. She thinks she has every disease she hears or reads about but she refuses to go to the doctor because she doesn't trust them. I know that when it comes to MILs I could've gotten a lot worse but i'm running out of sympathy and it makes me not want to visit her anymore.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-10 05:33:49
ID: 59806
In response to a confession. My husband does the same thing- he pulls things out of the garbage that I've thrown away. It drives me nuts. Please don't assume that you know who posted a certain confession, and name that person. A lot of us have the same problems. That's one of the comforts of coming here.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-10 00:01:55
ID: 59802
In response to a confession. Thanks, OP. The sad thing is, even if dh woke up one day with a change of heart it is most likely too little too late. I've totally checked out emotionally.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-09 22:58:01
ID: 59798
In response to a confession. Same-ish boat. Emotional unavailability for 10 straight years. 0 sex of physical contact for 12 months. Lived like roommates that didn’t really like each other. No one could help not even therapist because you can’t have only 1 person trying to save the marriage. Suddenly 1 day DH had a change of heart. Not just in words but in actions. It’s like men in black when he’s been killed by an alien and the alien is just wearing his skin. Not saying it will happen to you but it did happen here. And I feel your pain. My pain is all over this website.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-08 21:02:51
ID: 59786
I think I'm ready to leave my dh. It's been brewing for awhile now, he's emotionally unavailable and is the one that has offered me zero support when my mom died a month ago. He sleeps on the couch anyway, and we haven't had sex or any other physical affection since at least October. I've had a p/t job for years, I hate to quit now, my boss is in his upper 70s and has been very good to me. I guess I'm going to start saving money and as soon as he retires and I go full time then I will leave. My dh has not reached out or made one single attempt to fix our relationship, and I'm done trying. I can't fix it on my own.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-08 19:39:35
ID: 59782
What I've always found to be a red flag was when my normal, everyday, average family didn't like a man I was dating. They always could see something I couldn't, at least not right away. But I knew they always had my back and would be honest to me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-08 19:37:26
ID: 59781
In response to a confession. This is how my brother was, and now he's turned into a super-hoarder. I hope you DH doesn't go down that road, it's awful. Of course, there usually seems to some type of mental illness involved.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-04-08 18:48:14
ID: 59780
DH goes on a motorcycle ride with the same bunch of guys a couple times a week. He's always home by 12:30. Today at 2 pm I called him because I was sure something bad had happened. It went to voicemail and I was about to panic by the time he called back. That kind of anxiety hasn't happened in years, and it wasn't a good feeling at all.
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