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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-24 19:36:43
ID: 46885
In response to a confession. YES! Posts like that bug me too. This might be mean but in my head I imagine that poster as overweight and I just feel like telling her, "Why don't you just stop eating junk and exercise? Huh?" Because things we struggle with in life are just SO EASY to fix, right?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-24 18:34:09
ID: 46891
In response to a confession. Not being snarky, but what is the point of having a bunch of goats? You don't use them for their meat or their fur..what exactly do you do with them?? He sounds like he can't even take care of himself to begin with. Seems like he has a loose screw or two. He's probably waiting for you to go fulltime and then he will conveniently quit his job and do nothing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-24 14:02:02
ID: 46883
In response to a confession. Posts like this really bug me. I'm not the op but I've been where she is, and leaving your spouse (who you've invested years with) is a process. A long and sometimes difficult process. I loved my ex-husband. We were together for a decade. It's a painful, complicated ordeal, and you don't simply walk away. It isn't always easy doing what's best for you. You think she doesn't want to just pack her bags and stop "wasting her time?" Have an ounce of empathy for her. Divorce sucks.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-24 14:01:21
ID: 46882
Told BF of almost 10yrs I'm done. He flipped on me over putting the pool up. I've done it by myself for 4 yrs so what do I know! (I wasn't doing it his way) I speak and it's a argument(everything I say is wrong) so I rarely speak to him anymore. I told him 3 months ago about the new pool I wanted to buy he argued for 2 days that it wasn't worth it! He bought the same one lastnight for $600.00 more then it was 3 months ago! I told him to enjoy it. I'm done with the arguing over everything, always being wrong, wasting my time with someone who only cares about himself. He can have his way 100% of the time because I'm leaving! I just can't do it anymore! I have to save money and sell most of my stuff but it will be worth it!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-24 03:17:08
ID: 46879
In response to a confession. Why are you wasting your time with this man?
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-23 20:42:07
ID: 46872
I'm the poster with the lazy DH who did nothing while I was out of town. Well, he mentioned last night he wants us to get a herd of goats and that I will work full time while he takes care of the goats. I calmly mentioned that he couldn't even keep our cat and dog alive while I was gone for a week, so what made him think he could manage a herd of goats? Utter silence from him. No friggin' way are we getting goats that I'm going to end up taking care of.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-23 04:01:20
ID: 46845
In response to a confession. Any time you have to nag someone to do something, you are giving away your power. If you are impacted by something, take responsibility for it and get it done. If this is a patern of him not taking responsibility for his share, get a new husband because what you have, and I suspect you have had all along, is a little boy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-22 02:11:41
ID: 46840
Dh is 50 and has been in the construction field since he was 18. He's always done heating and air. His friend has been bugging him to come work for the company he works for. Dh started on Monday. He's in Management now. He has a laptop, his own iphone and has to wear collared shirts. He's a bit overwhelmed, but I know he'll do good. He's making 20 to 30 thousand more a year which is great since I lost my job in March. God has blessed us.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-20 20:54:19
ID: 46814
In response to a confession. He forgets about her and moves on with his life. Especially if they are 1st cousins. That's just incestuous. Also gross. And she's married. Wrong on all levels.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-20 20:00:45
ID: 46804
She was his 1st cousin older than him by 10 years and married. He was in his early 20s athletic body. He was always her favorite.she loved and cared for him like her own brother and he too respected her. Their love was pure without any sexuality. But gradually as he spent time with her he started getting infatuated with her.he wasn't sure what was happening. He would be jealous of her closeness with her husband. He then realized he wants her. He is afraid of making a move. What should he do? He is unable to take her out of his mind?
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