Stream Of Consciousness
Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-03 20:50:49
ID: 67097
A couple we're friends with got divorced. Ex H is very bitter. They have two kids, 18 and 15. He is all over social media posting passive agressive quotes like "I will never give you 50/50 is what parental alienation is." He barely saw his kids when they were married and living together! He was busy playing golf or doing some other BS that didn't involve his family. His wife works more than he does, makes more money than he does, and also did 90% of everything else. That's why you're divorced, dumbass! He's crying about not seeing the kids as much as her, but he didn't see them anymore when they were together! He would occaissionally show up for one of their games or would squeeze in their birthday party for a few hours. His kids are older. Their mom is not keeping them from anyone. They're just like you never went out of your way to spend time with them, so they're not excited about spending time with you. (cont'd)
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Posted by: hanginin
2021-05-03 13:43:57
ID: 67093
In response to a confession. I'm with you. There were specific reasons and specific people that made it very difficult for me (and my DS) to fit in while my kids were in school. It was awful. DD had an easier time fitting in, she was 4 years behind DS in school and by then, I was over trying to fit in with other moms. I just gave up and was happier for it. But for real, it does get better. School doesn't last forever and so what if you and your kids don't fit in. I'm WAY happier now that both the kids are out of school. My kids are not 'cookie cutter' type people and neither am I. And we're all really happy anyway. *Also, what that other mom did was uber bitchy and why would you want to be around someone like that anyway? Just my two cents.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-02 02:54:11
ID: 67090
In response to a confession. I could have written this myself, OP! I've always been very shy and socially awkward too. Once I had kids it really got worse. I never clicked with any of the other moms. Eventually I started dreading going to any school-related functions knowing I'd have to suffer through awkward small talk. I did all the usual stuff for the kids (parks, school plays, etc) but hated every second of it. My kids are teens now so it has gotten easier not having to deal with other parents anymore , but just know that you're not alone. Virtual hugs!
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-01 20:59:52
ID: 67088
Im so tired of being an outcast. It is exhausting. I've never fit in before, and now I don't fit in with moms either. I'm not crunchy enough, or "free parenting" enough, not liberal or conservative enough, not a helicopter mom. There's nowhere that I fit, and as a result my kids don't fit either. Like today, someone posted a public preteen middle school pizza party, invite for all preteens, outdoors, masks, perfect for us since we fit in that category. Nope. Expressed interest and the mom says "oh no, thanks for your interest but this is for 13 and up and just for certain people. Not for everyone!" Then why post that everyone was welcome? It's bad enough that I struggle socially, but every time I put myself out there I get rejected. I'm tired.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-05-01 17:00:02
ID: 67086
A while back I posted somewhere on here about my neighbor and his psycho gf that thinks he's cheating on her with me. I'm not and I'm married, and I was upset that she'd be willing to mess with my marriage cuz her relationship is on the rocks. She's gone for the weekend to her parents house. He's cheating on her, but not with me. He messaged me yesterday asking if it was okay for his "lady friend" to park in front of my house so it looks like we have a visitor instead of him. Ya know, just in case the gf comes home, the lady friend can go out the back door. I don't know why he asked me if it was okay for her to park there, I don't own the street. He has street parking and an extra spot in his driveway.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-30 19:32:49
ID: 67084
Josh Duggar. What a piece of shit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-27 19:31:58
ID: 67072
In response to a confession. It really does! I have to sweep 2x a day, vacuum several times a week, dust weekly, and filters and things are dirtier more often because of the dirt. It just gets everywhere. And it's nearly impossible to keep the outside of the house clean.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-27 18:59:09
ID: 67071
In response to a confession. I think they just mean they live in the middle of nowhere and don't have anyone around that is expected to clean things for them like you might in an apartment complex...
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-27 18:45:40
ID: 67070
In response to a confession. Living on a dirt road affects your dishwasher? What?
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-27 17:11:31
ID: 67069
In response to a confession. Facts. We live on a dirt road and I have to clean the filter monthly. It gets nasty af.
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