Great guys gone bad!
I am sitting here at work...on break...and have poured through many different posts...just checking to make sure that I am not the only who is having a difficult time in the LOVE dept. Whew! Definitely not the only one so my privately reserved pity party has been put on hold for now. Not that I want anyone else suffering just to make myself feel better it's just there are times that I feel a little less alone. About 30 days ago I told my finace/boyfriend/ex-husband (how's that for complicated?) that I was done with the relationship. The shocked look on his face actually shocked me. This man that I have given the last 6 years of my life to....ups and downs....together not together...separated...divorced and then tried to reconcile....turned and looked at me with the most hateful look I had seen for quite sometime....and told me what I joke I was and that I must be crazy.
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Growing Pains in an Open Relationship
So I was chatting it up with a former person of interest when I was younger that I got re-acquainted with about 3 months ago. Please not he found me. So we have been talking and we made a bet in which I lost but the wager of the bet was something that I don't feel comfortable doing.
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You began the conversation with altruistic intentions. The intensity and staccato of your voices signal that you and your partner are approaching a full-blown argument. You don’t want to fling insults and accusations. You just need a time out. What do you do?
Am I big enough not to be ashamed
Without clear dating rules, it's tough to tell when love is real...or one-way.
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