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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-03 03:07:00
ID: 54036
XMIL wants my DGD to call her GiGi. I don't like it. But then again, I don't like her.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-03 03:01:12
ID: 54218
Have any of you women on here ever fooled around with a married man while you were married too, and then ended up divorcing your spouses and married your fwb? Are you still together? I know the chances are slim that it could work, but I know it can work too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-02 23:42:40
ID: 54250
In response to a confession. Why do you stay married to him then??
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-02 22:41:07
ID: 54246
My husband doesn’t love me and I hate him for it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-02 03:52:25
ID: 54155
I don't think any logical person expects their spouse to put them above their children. The problem, especially for women, is that they are expected to be superwoman and cater to the kids while getting treated like dirt by everyone- their husband, the kids, the ex. Fuck that noise. I'm not saying I would never date a guy with kids, but there's some major red flags I'd be looking for before walking down the aisle.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-01 18:18:55
ID: 54206
I am so sick of DH sleeping through everything. He works, comes home, eats dinner, and falls asleep in front of the TV until I wake him up to go to bed. Early, like before 9:00. On weekends, it's basically the same thing. SO many projects he says he's going to do "next weekend" and then when the weekend gets here, he is too busy playing video games or falling asleep on the couch. Today is Easter, and he peeled potatoes for me, and ran the dishwasher. He's now snoring on the couch. I made the mashed potatoes, made deviled eggs, put the ham in the oven, made the cake, made the cornbread casserole and vegetables. I set the table. And I'll be the one who takes the ham out and makes the glaze, too. I have news for him. HE is going to be the person on clean up duty. Our kids will be here to eat at 3:00 pm and will probably leave by 6:00 to go home (all grown). Yeah, I'm not the maid.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-01 12:47:36
ID: 54200
In response to a confession. Um, my dh said to me that we need to work on our relationship. He found a great counselor who made a world of difference. And I dare say that he made more changes than I did. Now things are better than ever. If that's your experience, then your just picking crappy men.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-04-01 12:45:49
ID: 54199
In response to a confession. Yep, feel the same about single mothers. That's why my post said men (or women) and dads (and moms).
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-31 20:32:17
ID: 54178
I hope you all feel the same about men dating single mothers, otherwise you're sanctimonious assholes.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-31 17:59:38
ID: 54187
How many men have you ever heard of that say to the woman, we need to work on our relationship?. Never happens. That's the woman's job. So she works on it bigtime and he never gets that he's the one making it unhappy. Then he ends up divorced with kids and you get him next. It will cost you emotionally and ends up costing you financially no matter what you think at the outset.
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