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Dear Wendy
Dear Wendy

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  • in reply to: Family over Love #1095496
    Karebear1813
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    It will surely confuse his children even more if “mommy” and “daddy” move in together, playing house together, and him still seeing you. What dysfunction that is.

    I cant help but think how odd it is that he hasn’t been with their “mommy” in 2yrs but yet, as young as they are, they want “mommy” and “daddy” to be together. It makes me think the children have overheard and/or seen things to believe they will get back together.

    Regardless LW do you want a man to fully commit to a long term relationship with you that looks like moving in together and officially blending your families and taking on the dynamics of a family TOGETHER – which leads to marriage? If so then either he step up in that role or you move on and go find what you want.

    in reply to: Fed Up #1094126
    Karebear1813
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    There should be no custody agreement with a 21 year old!

    in reply to: Fed Up #1094125
    Karebear1813
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    @Longsuffering – SURELY TO GOD you are not having to treat an adult and an almost adult like you would need to with the 8yr old and 4yr old. They should be more than capable of managing themselves. Anddddd surely they are working and being productive. A 21yr old should not be having a “summer visit” that last more than a week with their parents. That is strange as hell. And if they are getting high, who is paying for it? And are they getting high around the smaller kids?

    If your child requires special food then I would recommend putting it up in your room and if it requires refrigeration make it CLEAR that no one is to touch it. The 21yr old should be buying their own food. Again. Strange.

    But as you stated, there is so much more that this sounds like the straw that is breaking the camels back. Ensure the 8yr old is taking care and yes – call husband and mom and let them know your plate is too full.

    in reply to: Best friend and boyfriend #1094048
    Karebear1813
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    Making your man delete any and all women out of his life is not security or respect. It is a sign of control and abuse.

    You don’t trust him, yet he literally has not done anything for you to not.

    The worse thing he did that you made mention was accidently sending you a picture of a women ( assuming he doesn’t know her) that made you feel insecure and felt he was being lustful towards. The conversation should not have turned into an argument but rather a calm clear conversation about respecting women, yourself, and that you prefer a partner who isn’t openly messaging their friends with pictures that might seem to sexually objectifying a women. I can understand that and not wanting a partner who does that. That was the only inconsiderate thing.

    in reply to: Best friend and boyfriend #1094038
    Karebear1813
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    I get that you didn’t want a boyfriend following women that might come across as him questionably objectifying women but at the same time, he is allowed to have female friends and he should be able to look, just not acting inappropriately while doing so. After reading your post, I cant help but assume you made him delete any and all women… YIKES! You sound very insecure, jealous, and controlling. You are a massive red flag and need to do some reflecting on why you are this way.

    in reply to: My friend is having an affair with a married man #1093908
    Karebear1813
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    @Chloesydney – do you have an update?

    in reply to: My friend is having an affair with a married man #1093907
    Karebear1813
    Participant

    @istrice01 Perhaps you should go smoke some more of your special stash and ENLIGHTEN us more with your opinion…. truly its like you are out to lunch on this one and aren’t coming back anytime soon.

    in reply to: My friend is having an affair with a married man #1093252
    Karebear1813
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    Your friend is of great questionable character. She literally introduced you to one of her married flings. She honestly sounds unstable. I’d cut out of the friendship because WHEN sh*t hits the fan you really don’t want to be her go to gal.

    Stop responding to text – appear unavailable or busy with no apologizes. If confronted just response by saying you are no longer getting any gratification out of this friendship. If she presses you then tell her your feelings.

    in reply to: I lied to my boyfriend about my age #1093246
    Karebear1813
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    This isnt a little white lie and LW you have allowed this lie to go on for almost 2 yrs, not a few weeks or even a few months. So yes, you have right to be concerned that this could end your relationship – regardless of how compatible and strong it is/

    The age difference is not extreme by no means but what you did was wrong and you failed to address it after “the panic” subsided.

    in reply to: Friend is in a pyramid scheme #1092178
    Karebear1813
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    Just let her go down the rabbit hole. Some people have to learn the hard way.

    in reply to: HELP! MY BOYFRIEND & HIS HOUSEMATE! #1092176
    Karebear1813
    Participant

    As other have pointed out, you are not REQUIRED to be this persons friend. You should, of coarse, be polite and say “Hi, How are you” and move on.

    Why is your b/f insisting that you become ” friends” with this roommate? Why are we including roommates to hang out and carry this much drama to our social events. Having roommates does not have to equate to a meaningful friendship, and nor should they expect the person they are seeing to make “efforts” in forming a relationship with their roommate.

    This isn’t an episode of F.R.I.E.N.D.S or any other show that depicts roommates must be close and involved with each other.

    you guys are fighting way to much over this roommate and honestly, I think b/f is in the wrong. He should have never cared if his roommate and you get along.

    in reply to: My Partner loves his dog more than me. #1090462
    Karebear1813
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    Maybe LW’s fiancé needed to go sleep on the couch because he needed some time to reflect about his engagement since clearly LW doesn’t like his dog and thinks she in a competition with it.

    LW – if you think he loves his dog more than you, it’s time for you to move on.
    Also, if the dog’s bark annoyed you, why didn’t you just tell him to be quiet while on the bed? I don’t get why you sent him to his dog bed and as a form of punishment?

    If your fiancés dog could talk, he would probably tell your fiancé to run!

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