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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-09 21:26:13
ID: 62816
Shaming someone for being in a bad marriage is so super helpful.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-09 21:24:54
ID: 62861
How do you know when there are red flags in a relationship? When you're dating? Newly living together?
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-08 23:18:26
ID: 62876
DH got me absolutely nothing for Christmas, even though he had $400 in cash for Christmas shopping. He didn't buy anything for anyone, just spent it all on himself (gas in his truck, lunch, coffees, 1/2 oz of weed (which is LEGAL here), etc.) For Christmas 2018, he was an actively using drug addict and STILL got me $75.00 in gift cards. WTF, dude. I guess I matter considerably less than his fancy coffee and weed ..
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-07 18:06:58
ID: 62867
In response to a confession. I am not trying to mitigate the egos of men, or say that it wasn't bad etiquette to assume you would take a peek at who your friend was marrying on social media... But your reaction seems overly defensive and intense for a friend assuming that you would look to see who the woman is that he is marrying. It also doesn't necessarily mean that he thinks you are "pining away for him". Maybe you're better off not friends if that's what you think he is doing. Or, maybe if you like being friends, you could give him some benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to him hoping to hear some positive feedback from a friend about who is marrying. He probably expected you to just say that she seems like a nice woman, and you two will make a nice couple, but he got more of a "how dare you, and whatever do you mean.." response instead.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-07 06:08:16
ID: 62859
Why do so many men have such giant egos? I have a male friend of many years, we talk maybe every 5-8 years. He called to say he was getting married after being widowed for over a decade. I congratulated him etc...He called a few months later to ask me a question and said "I assume you know what Her Name looks like by now." I was like huh? What? So I said Huh, what? His response was "I thought you would have stalked her online." What? Why? I am happily married, we are all in our very late 50s. So is she. Has he thought all these years when HE reaches out to say hi that I am pining for him? Good grief.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-06 17:31:32
ID: 62856
Ya ever have one of those days when hearing your DH slurp EVERY.SPOONFUL. of soup makes you fantasize about violence? Yeah, me neither....
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-05 23:52:00
ID: 62854
Hey, I only had to "remind" (AKA nag) DH 15 times to take the Christmas tree back down to the basement. It's been sitting undecorated in the living room since last weekend when I took off the ornaments and lights. I STG, why do men just not DO STUFF when they are asked??
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-05 14:51:14
ID: 62843
If you ask DH, he will say he just enjoys a drink every now and then. Truth is, he's a functional alcoholic. But he's becoming less and less functional every day. I think he knows this but just doesn't want to admit it. Leaving would absolutely devastate my kids. Don't tell me kids are resilient and they would be fine. They would have to switch high schools, and it would seriously devastate them. One of my kids suffers from pretty severe depression. She's being treated, but school and her friends is kind of her safe space. I would be afraid of what she may do if she had to leave them. He's not a raging drunk or anything so none of us are in danger. But I'm going to just hope to keep going until my kids graduate. Then I'll leave if he hasn't gotten help.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-05 00:21:36
ID: 62832
DH has a cold and OMG, I can't stand being around him when he's sick. He moans out loud constantly, snorts snot up his nose instead of fucking blowing it, coughs without covering his mouth, and since he can't sleep well at night, tosses and flails around and moans all effin' night. I just want to tell him to go out and live in the car until he's better. I know, that makes me a horrible person, but damn. I KNOW I'm not that bad when I'm sick.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-01-04 23:05:45
ID: 62827
We're not limited to earth shaking confessions here, right? Here's me unloading my petty confession. MIL, who has done a host of other super fucking irritating things, enough to get her banned from my house...will visit and then need to borrow a lingerie bag for her laundry. A fucking lingerie bag. You can't carry a lingerie bag in your luggage? Is it a fucking sack of bricks? Speaking of fucking sack of bricks...one time she asked us to bring her a 5 lb bag of flour in our checked luggage when visiting her overseas. Crazy, stupid old hag.
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