Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-04 13:29:34
ID: 64832
In response to a confession. I agree with your DH. It was 35 years ago. He's moved on and forgiven. You need to do that too. And I still call my uncle's ex-wife Aunt and talk to her. It's not that unusual. Like it or not, those people are his kids' relatives forever. Do you really think it's better to be a child about it and not want them in your house or to get along? You dh's right...they were going on information they only got from her. They're trying to be the better people here, and you're just being petty.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-04 00:23:40
ID: 64826
In response to a confession. Here's the thing Stormy--he would LOVE it if I did that to him. His "love language" is physical touch and he absolutely loves it when I grab his ass or squeeze his arms or whatever. I'm a touch-me-not so it bugs me when he does it. I tell him it bugs me sometimes, but not every time. Maybe I just need to be more vocal about it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-03 19:01:57
ID: 64820
Am I right or am I wrong? DH and I have been married 31 years. His exW divorced him after 11 years of marriage (she left him for DH#2 of 4 but that’s a whole other story). They had two kids, who are now 40 and 43. They were divorced for 35 years before she died 3 years ago. The divorce was nasty, and her family bad-mouthed my now DH. Since she died her relatives have been reaching out to him. Several Facebook friend requests, one nephew stopped us at a store and wanted to shoot the bull, and this morning another nephew stopped because he saw DH in the yard. I see no point in having relationships with people who talked so badly of him. He says ‘they never did anything to me. They just believed her BS.’ And they still call him Uncle Joe, even though they haven’t seen him in all those years. I don’t want his ex’s family in my house, and he thinks I’m being silly. What say you? And no, I’m not jealous. I just think it’s odd.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-02 16:42:03
ID: 64816
Reading a book with some steamy scenes, and I didn't realize how much I would adore having a respectful, thoughtful, muscled, skilled man take me. I wish my H was a book guy sometimes. Damn.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-07-01 19:03:12
ID: 64806
In response to a confession. My ex, yes. He did this all the time. My husband now? Nope. He's affectionate, meaning he'll come up and hug me from behind, or open up his arms to me for a hug/kiss, but he never grabs, tickles, gropes, or pinches me. He understands bodily autonomy. Also, he knows if tickles me, I'll slap the shit out of him. Hard boundary, right there lol.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-06-30 15:46:59
ID: 64799
In response to a confession. Just ick...
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-06-30 00:41:51
ID: 64792
I'm 51.. and DH is also. His antidepressants have killed his sex drive for the most part. He wants sex in theory but when it comes to actually doing it he's rather... meh. But I am not minding much right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-06-28 23:07:41
ID: 64788
Does anyone else's DH like to grab their ass, squeeze their arms, squeeze their boobs...just generally TOUCH them all the DAMN TIME?? I love that DH can't keep his hands off me, I guess. But I wish he would sometimes because it's freaking annoying that I can't walk around at home without him coming up and touching at least some part of my body all the time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-06-28 00:08:56
ID: 64773
DH has been so clingy since he lost his job and he's just been home WAY too much. I need some space from him once in a while and today his friends from college had a party and I told him to go by himself so I could have some alone time. He understands and he offered to stay overnight there with a few of his other friends so I could have a day "off" of him. It's been wonderful. I work with extrovert people all week and I am an introvert and I NEED my alone time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-06-25 16:47:36
ID: 64748
My friend texted asking for some help with tech support with Canva. Her daughter is tech savvy and could have probably helped. I texted right back and apologized to say I couldn't help this week since I on a tight deadline, but next week works. She said no worries, have a good week. I said thanks and mentioned how hectic this week was. She replied, "Yep." I wish she was more encouraging since I'm under a great deal of overwhelm and feeling a lot of anxiety. It's the same friend that talked quite about herself on the hike. I think I've been a helper to friends for a while and now when I need to lean in for support I only have 1-2 that would truly be there for me. :(
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