Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-10 18:21:42
ID: 55249
My husband is the worst mansplainer I know. Drives me bonkers. But- in his defense, he's the most enlightened man in his family. Even his own grandmother didn't think women should vote. I deal with it. Not always well, but I deal with it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-10 18:19:47
ID: 55300
In response to a confession. I hope there isn't a child, but if so, I hope you don't live in TX. I recently read about a case in TX where a woman named her ex-bf as the father of her child. He had no idea for 18 years until one day (now living in NY, married and with three kids), he was served with a child support warrant. He did a DNA test which proved that - cue Maury Povich - he was NOT the father. Unfortunately, Texas law dictated that he was responsible for child support up to when he established non-paternity. He's been ordered to pay the mother $65,000 in back support for a child that isn't even his. - [Comments opened by Admin, Is this true?? I find it impossible to believe.]
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-10 04:44:45
ID: 55304
Marriage has become the graveyard of my dreams.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-09 23:04:32
ID: 55302
In response to a confession. Just take it slowly.. You can still have a future without walking down the aisle. Especially if you both just got out of long marriages. If it's meant to work out then it will. Just be wary of becoming someone's fourth wife.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-09 16:35:00
ID: 55294
WittyUserName, I shouldn't have said equivalent. Our attorney likened/compared our situation to an anonymous sperm donor. Obviously, they're not exactly the same. And I'm trusting the man who practices family law when he says my husband has no obligations to an adult son the mother purposely kept from him. In the event we ended up in court, the psychological damage she caused to mystery boy would absolutely be called into question and be used against her. We haven't heard anymore from her, so we're going with crazy ex is crazy and moving on with our lives. Talk about an exciting week. Thanks for letting me vent, everyone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-09 04:14:51
ID: 55296
Welp, my online dating profile is back up again. Gotta get back on the horse, right? Let's see what kind of luck I have this time around.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-09 01:17:09
ID: 55293
In response to a confession. A guy who's been married 3 times already would be a huge red flag for me. Maybe the fact that you're so scared is a sign.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-08 21:33:28
ID: 55250
I've been dating him for almost 3 months. I love him. He's been married 3 times. His last marriage was 18 years. I've been married once for 27 years. He has 3 boys. 2 are out of the house. One is 15. I have 2 kids. My daughter is grown and out of the house. My last one just finished 11th grade and is almost 18. I'm scared about the future. He wants a future together, but I'm just scared. I hope it works for us.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-08 21:32:32
ID: 55264
11 years we have been together. When I start thinking maybe I need to put more effort into the relationship, he's not so bad. He proves me wrong. He quit his job without notice, came home flipping out, has been mean and lazy. Every day off I've had for the last 3 weeks has been catching up on laundry, dishes and home improvement projects alone. This week was the first day and only day I could relax. Ruined again. He acts like I should do it all, is a ass and thinks when I crawl into bed exhausted he can rub on me. (Fuck that) treating me like total shit is done. I have to get out with my dogs. I have big dogs so finding a place is the most difficult part. I am done being treated like shit. He doesn't love me. I'm just a free maid and handy woman. I quit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-06-08 21:29:14
ID: 55265
In response to a confession. The lawyer said that this is the equivalent of a woman using an anonymous sperm donor and then tracking him down later to tell him he's a dad. He also said that, in the unlikely event paternity was established, the crazy mom could try to sue for back child support. It's a slim chance she would win, given that she kept the kid (if he even exists) from him, but crazier things have happened. She and the kid would also have to go to our state to file. But, essentially, at the end of the day, dh has zero obligations to an adult child he didn't know about (at the fault of the mother). I'm just praying this kid doesn't exist, because what a horrible situation for him.
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