Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-21 19:50:38
ID: 65248
I swear my H puts me on speaker when he's around people on purpose so they can hear how I talk to him. Any time he calls me or I call him, I'll say stuff like "hey sexy" or something dirty, when he's alone I'm never on speaker. I thought he was calling to say he was on his way home, so I answered with some dirty talk. He laughed and said "Hey you're on speaker, X and Y are in the car with me". I'm not complaining, just observing, I think it's kind of funny. But I'm convinced he just likes showing off.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-20 18:14:42
ID: 65244
DH hates his job. Fine, I get it. Says he's going to look for a new one. Great, find a new one. He sends off maybe one resume a month and that's in a good month. If they ask you to fill out information in addition to submitting a resume, he won't do it because it's a hassle. Same if they want a cover letter; it's a hassle. If you want a new f-in job, then quit being so GD lazy. Either that, or STFU about your current one. He's been bitching about his job for 7 years now but has done diddly squat to do anything about it because "it's too much work." Oh, he did spent hundreds of dollars for someone to write his resume, that he has only sent out a handful of times in the last year. Seriously may lose my shit if he complains about his job one more time.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-20 17:38:55
ID: 65243
This would have been my 18th wedding anniversary. He was an abuser who screamed and cursed at me at the restaurant on our 5th anniversary because he was getting drunk and I quietly reminded him that he'd said he'd drive home through a very foggy mountainous terrain. His anger totally ruined what should have been a beautiful anniversary celebration. Despite the abuse which eventually became physical I stayed with him for 6 more years. Today I can't even visualize our lovely wedding ceremony, only the embarrassment and humiliation of our awful 5th anniversary dinner. I'm glad I got out before he killed me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-19 18:37:48
ID: 65238
I'm gonna make an appointment for a consultation with a divorce lawyer. I'm tired of doubting and second-guessing myself. I have to face the truth: i no longer love my husband. staying in this relationship is contributing to my poor physical and mental health. we have little in common and should've never gotten married. I'm sure he feels the same way deep down. time for me to set us both free. this is gonna be one of the hardest things I've ever done but it is necessary for us to eventually become whole.
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Posted by: Spectra
2020-08-16 21:41:14
ID: 65218
I just found out my dad got engaged to the woman he just met in June. I don't know how to feel about it. I haven't met her yet. They only dated long-distance and I feel like they barely know each other. I had a long chat about it with my sister and we're more concerned for my dad that she may try to take advantage of him or something. I get that maybe he just cannot be alone in life and needs a partner, but I also feel like he is WAY jumping the gun. The kicker is that he's planning their wedding for about the same time of the 1 year anniversary of my mom's death. It just feels...rushed to me. I feel slightly disrespected that he didn't feel the need to introduce her to me or my siblings until after he got engaged to her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-13 12:39:14
ID: 65188
We've been re-locked down here so I haven't got to see my hot English doctor in a bit, but we stayed up chatting and knocking back beer on Zoom last night. Hoping we can see New Mutants when it comes out, even though it looks kinda terrible.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-12 20:30:06
ID: 65179
Overspending H has gotten us into a bad position. His credit cards are still sky high because he won't stop charging (he tries to say it's because of interest charges), and he has NO savings. Now he's hurt his back and isn't able to work for a couple weeks. DS and I took money out of OUR personal checking accounts as well as our joint savings (which is for college costs!) to cover the bills H can't pay this month. (I work and pay several bills as well as all groceries, toiletries, household goods and whatever the pets need. DS pays for his phone bill, gas, clothes, textbooks and other food.) I'm so angry.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-09 23:28:10
ID: 65111
I left a 28 year marriage because my ex was an angry alcoholic. I've been in a relationship with an ex addict for 9 months. He's almost 4 years clean. He has bouts of anger and I hate it. It's always in the car after we've had a good weekend trip. I'm a empath who is also very sensitive. I've had enough. He's always sorry and I get people have character defects, but maybe I need to be alone again for awhile.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-09 23:27:33
ID: 65120
My sig other's adult child moved in with us a year ago. It was to help him get back on his feet after a financial setback. Ok, fine. So now he has a job and has been living with us rent free (buys his own food, pays for his own gas, etc but no rent contribution) making a decent paycheck and no signs of moving out. I talked to my sig other about it and said it's getting on my nerves. His perfectly healthy employed adult son doesn't lift a finger around the house and acts like a teenager, spending hours playing video games. Sig other makes excuses for him. I'm thinking of moving out over it!
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-08-09 19:16:29
ID: 65157
Does anyone else have a spouse who is an asshole to people and it makes you embarrassed to be associated with them? My DH will have outbursts at stores to cashiers and I just want to walk away without him when he does shit like that.
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