Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-05 06:58:13
ID: 46341
It took me a while to figure out I was the one hurting my marriage. I would get mad because DH didn't do this or that or he did it the wrong way. I took some hard times in our relationship to realize I was handling situations wrong. I would shut him out and get mad because I wanted it my way and him to do it to my standard. I took care of the kids and pushed him out. I did the housework because he never did it the way I wanted or when I wanted. He soon started to retreat and shut down and I resented him more. He didn't help because I made him feel like shit when he did it or told him I would just do it so it would be done right. I cut him down while sitting there thinking he was just a lazy bum. It was me who made my life harder. Once I realized that and changed then our marriage began to change. He still may not do things to my liking but at least he is doing something. We are all different and I probably don't do something things to his liking either but now we are happy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-05 04:36:43
ID: 46338
In response to a confession. If someone tells you they love you and you don't know what to say, but want to keep your options open, you can say " you won't regret it" This tells them that you are on the same track even if you are not there yet.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-04 19:37:21
ID: 46318
DH is out of town for a conference and I've slept like absolute shit. I don't get it, last time he went out of town I was fine.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-04 19:27:09
ID: 46316
In response to a confession. Uh, part of being a mom is the whole "growing a person inside of you" thing. Damn straight pregnant women deserve to celebrate mother's day! That shit ain't easy!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 23:28:40
ID: 46308
My DH is a mechanic and he insists we both drive cars that are similar make/model so that we can have an easier time with parts, filters, etc. So right now we both have Honda Civics. I guess it's kind of a good idea, but I think he gets a tad weird about it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 22:29:00
ID: 46306
He told me he loved me. Wow. I don't know how to take that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 20:06:51
ID: 46302
My favorite is when he does do any housework, he has to point out every little thing that he did. Like he wants gold stars or something. I just nod and thank him for doing that, whatever it might be. Seriously, if he spent the day cleaning, we have to do a tour of the house when I get home and marvel at all the housework he did as he points out each thing. I think it's funny. But occasionally he does spend the day cleaning, so I'm okay with it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 16:33:38
ID: 46291
My ex was the worst about housework too. Did it half-assed. In fact, he did EVERYTHING half-assed. I'm a "do it right or don't do it at all" kind of person.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 10:35:33
ID: 46290
I had some nice dick last night.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-04-03 06:52:05
ID: 46289
I have birth to my DD a few weeks after Mothers Day. My H (now ex) didn't get me anything for mothers day. He didn't even say Happy Mothers day. I asked him about it. He said that since I was still pregnant that I wasn't a mother and it doesn't count. Wouldn't you know, fathers day was a few days after I gave birth and he expected me to celebrate fathers day even though we were still in the hospital due to complications. What do you guys think...Do pregnant women deserve to celebrate Mothers day?
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