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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-15 14:29:01
ID: 45763
I think some people can reunite with "the one that got away " My old cw hooked back up with a guy she dated in her teens, but not until they were in their 50s. And last I heard they were still happy. But I think this is more the exception to the rule.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-15 05:10:42
ID: 45756
In response to a confession. I was so miserable in my marriage that when a character in one of the shows I watched lost her husband I was jealous. And then when he left me I missed him and was so sad that my marriage was done that I cried pretty much any time I was home and I knew ds wouldn't know (he was asleep, or I was in the shower, or he was with someone else)... for about 2 days. And then I realized all this freedom not having him around gave me. I started enjoying myself. I realized him and his negativity had been dragging me into depression for years. I wish I had had the ability to leave first. But I'm still insanely happy we aren't together anymore. Please don't waste anymore time with him if you're just waiting for him to die. You don't deserve to spend any more time unhappy because of him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-15 04:46:39
ID: 45755
In response to a confession. I have one old bf that I daydream about. Wonder "what if he never lost interest" but I know it would have never worked out. I briefly dated someone else I had kind had "unfinished business" with. Lots of chemistry together but never dated before I got married and eventually divorced. It fizzled fast and now we aren't even friends anymore. We had both changed so much in the 10 years we were apart that it was like dating Tom and expecting him to be Jack. But I'll stick to my daydreams about this other guy. It's a nice escape some days.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-15 03:48:11
ID: 45751
In response to a confession. This totally. Had lunch with my hs bf and the situation quickly took a turn for the weirdly ugly. Tattoos with my name were revealed. A plan to leave a wife and move in with me was revealed. No, I didn't sleep with him, didn't even kiss him, what a nightmare and I'll never speak to him again. You can't go back although it seems many people try. I hope he found peace with his life.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-15 02:05:27
ID: 45730
In response to a confession. Who ever said it was simple?? Just because its hard doesn't mean it can't be done.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-14 23:54:24
ID: 45748
After my divorce I started texting my old hs bf, who was single and still interested. We met for drinks one night, it was awkward and I realized we had just grown apart from our hs days. I'm glad I went though, killed that fantasy real quick! And realized I wasted many hours daydreaming about him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-14 23:51:00
ID: 45747
In response to a confession. Even if I was welcome I wouldn't want to live in my inlaws basement...yuck. Maybe when they die I could see moving in and taking over but otherwise, no thanks!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-14 20:33:05
ID: 45737
I used to be a casual smoker then quit about 5 yrs ago. My dh is a heavy chain smoker. He used to not be so bad but now it's out of control. I don't mind when people some around me, it doesn't bother me at all. But lately he is really reeking more that usual. His clothes, his car, even when he showers the bathroom stinks like a wet ashtray. It has become the biggest turn off ever. Plus he has a few beers at night so you can imagine his breath. I hate sleeping next to him at night. Even after he brushes his teeth I can smell it on him. He won't quit either. Not sure what to do.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-14 19:19:54
ID: 45734
Plus I'm sure it's not too easy just to walk out of a marriage if there are kids to think about. That's probably why many people stay in a marriage way beyond its expiration date.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-03-14 19:17:22
ID: 45733
To the ones missing your first/High school boyfriend: are you really missing the person himself or just the nostalgia and the good old times and feelings of that powerful first love? Would it be the same now if you were to get back together with him? Now that you're not carefree youngsters? Now there are mortgages, kids, exes, etc.. not being snarky, just curious.
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