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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 04:36:14
ID: 56110
In response to a confession. this is true for my marriage too. my husband needs me way more than i need him. he once told me that he's so glad we're together because he feels as if his life is so much better with me in it. while i wouldn't say he's made my life worse, he hasn't really made it better per se. i love him but my life would've turned out just as fine had i not gotten married.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 02:27:44
ID: 56088
I think the guy I'm seeing is scared to have sex more than twice or so a week, because he's afraid he won't be able to get it up next time we have sex. He's almost 54 and does have viagra, but doesn't take it everytime we have sex. He has [blank] twice in 1 day before, but it's rare.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 02:23:01
ID: 55810
In response to a confession. This is what also endeared me to my husband when we were dating. Eight years later, and I'm still fighting for his time or a vacation without kids. Our only time together alone was a 4-day honeymoon squeezed in between work assignments. He works on projects around the country, so if he's going to be in the area where one of them live, he will visit before or after the trip. His next project doesn't start until Tues, but he left yesterday (Fri) to spend some time with family and then one of his older kids who live in the region. I reminded him of the short trip we were planning for next month (with ds) and he said he's not sure he can swing the time off since he's taken a lot this year already, either to visit his kids or when they've come here. I haven't gone to visit my family since 2012. Good luck.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 02:17:51
ID: 56091
In response to a confession. Well, I also find diff fave positions with diff men. I can’t [deleted] in missionary with some men, but can with others. Can also depend on how I feel, I do feel like lifting up and grinding my hips. My (almost) guaranteed O position is on top tho.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 02:14:09
ID: 56096
In response to a confession. My sister married a man with schizophrenia, and I'm going to be brutally honest with you: he will probably never be able to give you the type of relationship you want or need. It will never be "normal," because he isn't neuro-typical. Even if he's medicated, he'll never be like a typical person. His brain makes him incapable of certain typical behaviors. It's ok if he's not right for you. Don't feel guilty if you have to admit that this relationship doesn't work for you. My sister has a bit of a martyr complex and deeply regrets the time she spent trying to make it work with someone who can never be he man she wants him to be.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 01:53:25
ID: 56067
I love my husband, but I would drop him like a hot potato for Tom Hiddleston.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 01:52:00
ID: 56083
In response to a confession. So true. I love my husband and our marriage is happy and easygoing, but I'd rather be single. It definitely benefits him more than me. He'd be lost without me, but I'd be fine and dandy without him. Married men live longer than unmarried men and I'm sure we all know why. (Hint: It's because they have a woman keeping their asses alive.)
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-04 01:51:17
ID: 56093
Historically, marriage is designed to benefit men. The whole concept placed the value on the man. The more you know! *wink*
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-03 22:03:30
ID: 56105
In response to a confession. Its worse when they get older-my ex thought nothing of his son, 12 at the time saying "suck my d--k" to me. The next guy I dated had a kid in elementary school. When he talked back to me that ex said he experimenting with language. I told him the experiment had failed. I also went to a wedding by myself because of his ex's TOTAL lack of flexibility with the visitation schedule. Now, stupid me is dating a guy with young kids again. He is at the ex's beck and call to the point that I wonder if they are still sleeping together.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-08-03 14:50:33
ID: 56101
I have to kind of agree with the "be wary of single guys with kids" attitude. I was single again at age 38. I went back out into the dating world. I have no kids of my own and don't plan to. For the next 4-5 years I dated several men who had younger children. My experience with that went like this. First guy was a divorced father of two. When he visited me and had the kids with him, it seemed like I was expected to do most of the work of feeding them and keeping them entertained. Second guy was a divorced father of three. His youngest daughter sometimes came to visit and when she was over it seemed like I was expected to do all the work fo feeding her and keeping her entertained. Third guy was a single dad of two. When we hung out, especially if were camping or vacationing somewhere, I was totally expected to 'watch' the kids if he wanted to go fishing or ride his four wheeler. Hmmmm, I learned my lesson.
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