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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-24 17:39:04
ID: 59596
It amazes me that women put up with so much crap from their spouses before deciding to leave. All those days he didn't talk to you, yelled at you, hurt you physically, refused to help with chores and came to bed drunk and smelly are days of your life you will never get back. And you spent them with HIM?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-21 17:10:34
ID: 59571
DH is mad at me because I told DD about the special food our neighbor is planning to make for us. She's an immigrant and makes food from her home country. DD's boyfriend is visiting the house today and DH is all pissed off because I mentioned the food to DD before I left for work today and now DH will have to share with DD and her BF. And he's actually really pissed. He was planning to hide the food from DD & her BF so that he and I could eat it all. And now he's pissed he's going to have to share. Here's the thing: he doesn't HAVE to share. He just knows he's a dick if he doesn't. So.... he's a dick, forced to share like a normal person, and pissed off at me about it. Jesus. I don't even want any now. He can have mine, the selfish prick. Then he can be pissed at me for 'being a martyr'. But I think in this instance, I'm okay with that. WHAT a selfish ass hole.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-17 00:53:36
ID: 59530
I also don't talk about my marriage on here because I inevitably get the "I would divorce him" or "Why don't you leave?" whenever I have a gripe about my DH. Truthfully, none of us are exactly peaches to live with all the time either. DH puts up with shit from me all the time, it's just that it's different than the shit I put up with from him. Marriage is just about finding someone with flaws you can actually tolerate. Of course people change, but sometimes it can make you a stronger couple to go through things together. Plus, all marriages are different. What works for some people doesn't work for someone else.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-14 18:40:27
ID: 59485
In response to a confession. And? What does that have to do with her? Should she not celebrate her marriage because you stay in an unfulfilling relationship? Your entire post is why I never talk about my own happy marriage. Don't begrudge someone their happiness because you're unhappy.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-14 04:37:51
ID: 59487
In response to a confession. I'm the OP that is having a really hard time letting go of her ex and had texted him recently. I'm a regular confessor from Truu, but remain anonymous because I'm ashamed by how long it's taken me to grieve. No, I have not written any of your scathing posts to play devil's advocate. I'm currently in treatment for major depression and already going through enough shit, thank you very much. I've had to stay away from this channel because of all the vitriol. Honestly, I've never felt so badly about something I thought I could confess to in a "safe" place as it has been for me. I'm saddened that people piled on and attacked me so quickly. You really don't know what person is going through unless you're in their shoes. Thanks from the bottom of my heart, to you OP below for sending me some gentle, compassion during this very difficult time. I'm crying because there is actually someone out there standing up for me and extending kindness. I don't know who you are, but I'm grateful for you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-13 16:25:30
ID: 59460
Why is everyone being so mean to the OP who confessed to texing her ex? We all have different ways of grieving a loss of a relationship. Encourage her. Don't bash her. She'll get over him someday. OP, leave him alone and seek therapy. That's what I did. It works. Good luck.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-03-11 05:01:53
ID: 59426
I have been on disability since 2/14/19 because of depression and anxiety. I have only received 1 check for $33.29. Oh well. I applied for a job in town where I'd be feeding horses and sheep and filling waters, etc.... I am ecstatic! My passion has always been animals. I've tried to apply for past jobs working with animals and nothing came of it. I think this would be very therapeutic and refreshing for my soul. It would be from 7am to 1pm Mon-Fri. What do you guys think?
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-28 17:32:28
ID: 59249
Question for you... How do you keep track of all your usernames and passwords? Do you use the same one for everything, or do you write them all down on a piece of paper and hide it somewhere in your house, or do you pay for an online password manager? I'm feeling overwhelmed by them all right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-27 19:52:29
ID: 59233
I used to spend money like crazy, racked up credit card debt, etc... We ended up having to file bankruptcy. It was because I was so unhappy and angry at alcoholic dh. Spending would give me that happy high for a bit. Huge regret, but also a huge learning lesson.
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Posted by: anonymous
2019-02-26 16:05:35
ID: 59220
Okay, how many of ya'll that have spendy DH's get this reaction when he's overspent: "Well, I think you should just go buy yourself [whatever thing you've been wanting but can't afford]" ... like that's somehow going to make the two of you 'even'. When in reality it's just going to make the whole situation worse. I swear. Somebody at least please tell me it's not only my DH that's this freaking clueless.
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