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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-06 00:29:35
ID: 57983
I enjoy the holidays now that I am single. Hugs to all of you who have to sit at the dinner table with your inlaws and smile while they insult you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 20:22:23
ID: 57978
In response to a confession. I am a lovely person, and I bet you're a very lovely person, too, regardless of the crazy lies you've said about me. I wish you nothing but the best and hope you heal from whatever is hurting you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 19:26:03
ID: 57977
WOw, I could've written that post about cheating on your boyfriend myself! Flash back 24 years ago. I was dating someone that I had very mixed feelings about. Against better judgement, I moved in with him. I proceeded to cheat right and left. Even getting caught didn't stop me, although I did feel terrible. We finally broke up in a hugely dramatic, ugly and unpleasant way. Looking back I wonder why did I put myself and him through all that? Why not just leave an unhappy relationship? Instead of lying, why not just be honest and straightforward? I did the same mental checklist you did and realized my role models acted much the same way. Self-centered, evasive, secretive, lacking in boundaries, poor impulse control, self-destructive. I've changed a lot and that's all you can do. I'm definitely more self aware and straightforward and in a good healthy relationship today.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 18:20:01
ID: 57975
In response to a confession. Thank you so much for posting this. I cheated on my boyfriend many years ago, and never really understood why (other than I was a shitty person). He caught me and it was horrible. I haven't cheated on anyone since, but I could never pinpoint why I cheated that time. Yes, it was an emotionally unhealthy relationship, but I why didn't I just leave? But looking back at who I was then, it makes so much more sense! Lacking empathy, check. Impulse control issues, check. Narcissistic tendencies, huge check. My parents both had the same qualities, and I honestly think part of the problem is I had no role models who were empathetic or controlled unhealthy impulses. I'm not saying I'm a completely different person now, but after being surrounded by friends who are good people, I'm at least more self aware and try to be a better person.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 16:13:50
ID: 57973
My dad is the sort of dumbass who will ask a waiter if the food is any good, and the hotel if they have bedbugs. And believe them.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 03:16:52
ID: 57967
In response to a confession. “How’s that?” I couldn’t care less. As I just posted a minute ago, how the hell was I supposed to know he eas physically/sexually abusive? So, apparently it’s ok to police some emotional responses on here as long as they are ones that you agree with? Cool, cause that’s what i was responding to. Yeah, that woman is a victim. It doesn’t somehow make her a lovely person and I’m not claiming that I’m a lovely person either.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 02:59:31
ID: 57966
In response to a confession. No one said anything about her deserving anything. I said I wasn’t surprised her husband ran to another woman that he is still with. This was before any mention of any abuse. I didn’t even say she deserved the cheating. People handle things in shitty ways, like cheating.That’s not surprising. I realized how shitty my post sounded. I did apologize (again BEFORE she mentioned being abused as if I’m supposed to automatically know this) and she didn’t want to accept the apology. I’m not going to kiss her ass. I’m dealing with many of the same issues she has. I don’t expect people to just know this about me and become infuriated when they don’t. To address those trying to knock my comprehension, what part of “we haven’t been physical” is so hard to comprehend? She admits to “cheating” which people obviously have different standards of. No where does it say she has even seen this guy In person, much less fuck him. She thinks about this guy when she fucks her H. It bothers her. The end.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-05 02:30:45
ID: 57965
DH and I quit smoking 1.5 years ago. Four months in I found out he was smoking. He said he was quitting, and six months later I knew he'd been smoking. He said it was a relapse but he was quitting for sure. Two months ago I smelled that he'd smoked and he said it was just one but he'd really quit. For the past week I've smelled that he's been smoking and he says he's only smoked one cig a day. FFS, that's still smoking!! This morning he told me he'd quit and this afternoon when I smelled smoke on him I told him I couldn't believe that I'd married a liar. We haven't spoken since. Hard to believe that someone I always considered so strong is too weak to stop killing himself. Worse, I'm craving and even dreaming about cigs. :-(
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 20:13:54
ID: 57959
More holiday and family bullshit, ready? Family Christmas dinner location is dictated by one sibling’s dog. Restaurant has to have indoor patio that allows dogs. If not, then the restaurant has to take reservations so the dog family can be in and out quickly. They don’t want to leave the dog for over 3 hours. The dog is 2 years old and not a rescue or abused or anxious or any health issues. My mom hates dogs, i don’t know why she doesn’t tell them to put up or shut up.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 14:30:26
ID: 57879
I'm sleeping with a married man. His wife has a boyfriend, and I've told dh I want a divorce in August. Been seeing the guy since March. Dh knows. He lied to me this past weekend. I'm hurt very deeply. Do I deserve it? Probably. I hate men! There really aren't any good, truthful ones out there.
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