Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-06 19:18:40
ID: 67103
In response to a confession. I wouldn't be TOO concerned unless there are other things he does/says that are suspicious. He could have gone with his coworkers 8-9 years ago and forgot it was them and he was flustered that you thought maybe he was cheating. But that's not to say that you shouldn't keep your eyes peeled, if you know what I mean.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-06 15:31:31
ID: 67102
DH and I were talking this morning and he mentioned a restaurant. I asked where it was and he insisted that he and I had had lunch there a few times back in 2012 or 2013. The restaurant is about 40 miles from where we lived, but about five from his office. When I finally said, ‘I don’t know who you took there but it wasn’t me.’ His reply was ‘maybe it was the guys from the office who went’ and quickly changed the subject. I have never suspected him of cheating, but I wonder if I should have.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-02 14:29:46
ID: 67092
In response to a confession. Get out of that marriage. Financial abuse is a real thing. You're obviously not financially dependent on him, so pack your shit and leave.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-02 03:47:13
ID: 67091
For a year and a half, until I had to leave my job, I gave H half of my pay - while also paying other bills, buying all the food/toiletries/dog food/household items - to help H pay down his credit cards after a wild charging spree. (I keep my money separate for a reason.) Only to discover he'd kept charging and he owed MORE. Got a new job and told him I'd take on more bills but no more dumping money in his acct. (Last yr I couldn't contribute much bc of COVID.) Now 2 yrs later he's ADAMANT about paying the joint card that I rarely use. We got a nice tax refund. He calculated our income percentages and said he'd give me my percent of the refund. He put his stimulus and the entire Fed refund on the card plus more. There was ~$1400 left, and I see he just paid it. How? My (not our) son's stimulus check went into his account and he used that!!! State refund isn't enough to pay DS back and give me what he said he would.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-30 17:57:47
ID: 67083
My husband is really annoying me lately. It's not anything that he's done, it's just that for years and years I've taken care of everything. My time has been spent doing things like child rearing, cooking, cleaning, laundry, shopping, paying bills, and other random house stuff. (Oh, and working a full time job) He does stuff too, but it's less the everyday things and more repairs and maintenance type stuff. Now, though, I have other stuff I want to do. The kids are grown & gone. I have no interest in stopping my work on whatever creative thing I'm doing to make him a dinner. Or to clean the house. I don't want to do any of it. And he still expects it. And I'm over it. I think we need to talk about this. I might want to hire a cleaning person. And he needs to start cooking every once in a while. I don't want to be responsible for anyone but me at this point. I feel like I've earned that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-25 19:52:01
ID: 67058
H is on a business trip. Suddenly and unexpectedly, our dog passed away the other night, most likely of a heart attack. Keeled over and died right in front of my eyes. I'm distraught. H travels, DS works and is in college, so this dog was all I had at times. I'm so heartbroken and devastated that I had to take a personal day from work. Today we're trading pictures and memories of our dog via text. I can't talk because I'm sobbing. AND THEN H just starts talking about sex. JFC. This isn't the first time I've had a man do this, start talking about sex when I'm on the floor sobbing to the point of almost vomiting. 4/25/2021, the day I officially have decided that I hate men.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-25 03:01:26
ID: 67050
In response to a confession. Good for you for sticking to your guns OP. I went through a divorce about 3 yrs ago. It should have been 10 years ago but I kept stalling and let him talk me into staying even though it didn't feel right. Wish I would have just pulled the plug right away instead of dragging it out and wasting all those years.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-24 23:45:10
ID: 67045
DH finally got a job and now he's being really nice to me again. I think he wants me to forget about the divorce because now he'll have a job and earn money. Honestly, that was the only good thing he contributed to our marriage and I discovered I didn't need it, so...Bye Felicia! I'm not changing my mind, jerkface.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-23 00:49:04
ID: 67035
In response to a confession. I thought that too, OP. She told him she wants a divorce and all he was worried about was her taking HIS money. Sounds like a real prize..
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-19 16:13:22
ID: 67007
In response to a confession. You told your DH you wanted a divorce, and he got mad about the money? I think know why you are leaving. If you don't already have one, get a lawyer today, and do exactly what they say. My cousin was thinking about divorce, and started things in motion without a lawyer. The mistakes they made before they got the lawyer (like being the one to move out) cost them a lot in the long run, and dragged out the divorce.
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