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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-18 06:17:13
ID: 68387
In response to a confession. Awwww! I was the girl who was best friends with the gay guy. Sometimes people thought we were dating, but not even close, even though we went to prom together three times. We lived in a small town where no one was openly gay, and he was from a strict Christian family. When he was 20 I finally said to him- If you ever want to talk to me about the fact that you are gay, I'm here for you. He was living with a boy and STILL couldn't say it. He didn't come out to his mom until he was 40. Looking back I didn't understand how hard it was for him.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-14 21:17:42
ID: 68385
In high school, I had a crush on a boy who seemed like he liked me back, but never made any moves. He hung out with other girls though, went to dances, but never dated any of them. I was a very pretty girl, and so confused why he didn’t like me back. Now decades later I’ve found out that he was gay all along. Now everything makes sense. He only hung out with girls who didn’t like him back because it could never go anywhere. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-12 21:57:28
ID: 68383
i stay w/my DH because I don't want to lose my house. This is the first and only house I've ever owned, and I love it. We've been here for 20 years. I have a good job, but I could never afford it on my own. If we divorced, I'd have to buy out his half (community property state). And it's appreciated in value so much, there's no way I could do that. I know I should leave, but I hate the idea of my kids losing their childhood home - their only home. I want them to come here for holidays with their kids. I want them to always be able to come home. To have that security.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-06-04 02:41:34
ID: 68372
44 years ago he said ‘you’ll never amount to anything stout me’ as I was walking out the door. Bought my first house at 23, a new car at 24, and at 25 met the love of my life and have a happy life ever since. Moral of my story: if he tells you you’ll never make it, laugh at the son of a bitch.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-29 14:57:40
ID: 68367
The divorce is final, and I'm back on the dating scene after almost 20 years. I have no interest in annything other than casual relationships right now, but after a sexless marriage, I was looking for to that part. But, um, is it just me, or have penises gotten smaller in 20 years? It's not like my DH was the only guy I've been with, so I have some experience to compare to. I've hooked up with guys I was crazy attracted to, only to be wildly disappointed when they drop their drawers.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-21 22:22:03
ID: 68352
In our younger years DH had a serious drinking problem. He got it under control and hasn’t had any issues in 20+ years. Last night we had a few couples over on the deck, and he started drinking early. At the end of the night six people staggered home and DH couldn’t get in the house without help. He immediately passed out then peed the bed. Yes, it’s the first time in 20+ years, but my fight or flight gene is telling me to fly.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-18 04:55:41
ID: 68349
I try not to text friends out the blue for favors, but had to tonight with a timely favor. Not surprisingly two came through in a really big way! I am so blessed to have met them through work and it's been years now. Love ya, K&D!
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-12 23:20:44
ID: 68346
In response to a confession. Add me to the my-husband-is-useless club. He thinks he's the most awesome husband ever because he'll pick up the kids if I ask, and he'll unload the dishwasher every once in a while. (eyeroll). Working on my exit plan too.
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-08 12:16:13
ID: 68340
In response to a confession. I'm in the same boat. Married to a useless man. I no longer love him and want out of this marriage. Thanks to the current economical climate, it'll take me a little longer than 2 years to be able to leave, but I'm working on it. Cheers to a brighter future!
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Posted by: anonymous
2022-05-07 02:44:50
ID: 68339
In response to a confession. We had a great lunch! It felt like old times again and we both apologized. I feel relieved and happy.
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