Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-10 22:51:38
ID: 57174
I quit smoking 16 1/2 months ago. DH says he quit smoking 4 1/2 months ago. I told everyone ho proud I am, and bought him a $100 fishing rod. Found out today he's been smoking off and on all along. Aren't I the fucking fool?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-10 19:26:04
ID: 57169
Sure, biscuits work. So do sandwiches.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-10-10 13:50:36
ID: 57161
In response to a confession. Wow, what is he, a dog you can train with a biscuit???
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-10 03:37:39
ID: 57151
Maybe teach him to say things like "Wow, you are very intelligent" and "Wow, you are a good and kind-hearted person," since those are more important that being thin and pretty.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-10 03:36:21
ID: 57147
In response to a confession. My husband's mom is an alcoholic and she's really done a number on him. It took him years just to be able to admit that she's manipulative and that he learned a lot of unhealthy coping mechanisms, like reacting with anger when he's worried about something. Anger is the root of fear. I've learned to be gentle with him, but I don't coddle him. For a long time, I wouldn't bring up any tough topics, for fear of upsetting him, but I finally flat out told him that I was sick of walking on eggshells because he couldn't use his words in a non-angry way. He's never raised his voice AT me; we just couldn't talk about anything major without him freaking out. Everything was catastrophic. Therapy has helped immensely. He's such a sweet, gentle person. His mom just fucked him up.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-10 00:11:36
ID: 57157
In response to a confession. $7840.00 a month, your mortgage is $1500.00 an you went bankrupt? WTF? Why did you go bankrupt? How long ago?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-09 14:37:29
ID: 57146
In response to a confession. Just curious.. Why do you still live with him?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-09 03:26:47
ID: 57142
Have any of you ever been married or dated a man who's mom was an alcoholic? This guy I'm dating had a mom who was an alcoholic. She passed away now and he doesn't drink at all, but I think he had issues. Depression, some anger problems, rigid, etc. He's never been mean to me, but he doesn't ever want to have a confrontation with anyone. Ever! He has achieved a lot in the military too. He always opens the car door for me and seems gentle. My mind seems jumbled too since I was married to an alcoholic for so long.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-09 03:00:48
ID: 57128
Dh brings home $5840.00 a month. I bring home $2000.00. We're going through a divorce but still live together. We have no car paymenys or credit card debt. Our mortgage is 1500 a month, our bankruptcy is 440 a month, we have a loan of $18,000 we owe and our regular household bills. What do you think is a reasonable amount I should give him a month to contribute to the household? Dd says 700 a month. My bff said 500 a month.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-08 13:16:12
ID: 57135
I love DH but I hate being married to him sometimes. I don't want a divorce but today I've decided to live life more for me. I'm not putting anything on hold or limiting myself due to him anymore. I want to travel, go back to school, lose weight, and remodel our home among other things. He's content with staying put and keeping everything the same. I'm not. I need growth. He's welcome to join me in these endeavors if he'd like but I'm no longer waiting for him to get on board anymore. I only have one life to live and I'm not wasting it any longer.
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