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  • Posted 02/05/2015 09:42:00 EST

    Um, have you invited her to watch the porn with you? Now for a serious (and too long of a ) response: You say she's been to a doctor. So what did the doctor suggest? Has she seen a specialist? There a more »

  • Comment on: I read his texts

    Posted 03/12/2013 12:44:45 EDT

    I was busy stuffing down a sandwich:  Meant to write:

     

    the reason relationships end is *usually* because...

     

     

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  • Comment on: I read his texts

    Posted 03/12/2013 12:30:21 EDT

    ....let him off the hook? What do I do now?     Boston, you have bigger problems than what to do about a possibly errant boyfriend.  Forget whether or not he cheats, instead, work toward improving you more »

  • Comment on: I wasn't invited

    Posted 02/13/2013 10:18:20 EST

    LW, I really think you have some mental health issues you need to address via a professional.  That said, I think your live-in BF should have declined the wedding invitation. His partying it up withou more »

  • Posted 01/30/2013 10:23:56 EST

    "It doesn't seem feasible for one of us to live somewhere else for a bit while we work this out."   It is feasible. It just ain't easy.  At least one of you has to be tough, resilient, tenacious and r more »

  • Posted 01/28/2013 10:09:58 EST

      The cheaters and the hurt partners are your friends.  If you have the ice in your veins to defriend your friends, well, that's your option to exercise.  But know this dear LW, married couples do rec more »

  • Posted 01/04/2013 04:02:05 EST

    'Cuse, You know what you're doing and feeling isn't really normal, hetero, homeo, or anyo.  Don't know if the fellow is somehow manipulative and has an agenda, or if you are simply too malleable and n more »

  • Posted 01/03/2013 02:26:44 EST

    LW if you are still reading: You got three kids who have same father, a house with both their parents in living in it and jobs bringing in paychecks.   All things considered you are one damn lucky bro more »

  • Comment on: Can we be friends?

    Posted 12/04/2012 10:38:36 EST

    "I felt like I got reassurance that there are a few things that could keep us from working that I needed to feel in person..."

    What, praytell, were those few things you needed to feel in person????

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  • Comment on: I kicked her out

    Posted 12/03/2012 09:27:36 EST

    "She won't even respond to any of my emails or calls." Good for her! She is probably following what LoveLetters commenters advise all the time. more »

  • Comment on: Should I let go?

    Posted 11/16/2012 09:45:28 EST

    Looks like there's a "Dislike" troll on board today. Happy now little creepture, now that someone has noticed? more »

  • Comment on: Should I let go?

    Posted 11/16/2012 09:42:32 EST

    Let's say you and Guy decide to try again.  Next time he loses his job or the next time you're faced with parenting issues, are you going to operate in the same manner?

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  • Posted 11/15/2012 09:32:54 EST

    "So many questions still cross my mind, like how can he just start a new relationship in the same bed in our house?" Very easily sorry to say. "Is he feeling the same way? Nope more »

  • Posted 11/07/2012 09:36:48 EST

    I had a boyfriend who I was deperately in love with for years and he went so far as to ask me to marry him; he said "I Love You" all the time. Trouble was, he was  also saying it to 3 or 4 other girls more »

  • Comment on: I come from money

    Posted 11/06/2012 09:49:36 EST

    "Am I naive to think that this is going to work? We are so fundamentally different in our views on money and lifestyle. HELP!P Here's my serious and seasoned answer. There are a lot of reasons why eac more »

  • Posted 11/05/2012 09:30:39 EST

    Maybe it's the Bahston accent that puts you off. I admit certain accents just leave me cold romantic-wise. Shallow, but there it is. If you really love Boston and are making an otherwise good life her more »

  • Posted 10/24/2012 08:53:40 EDT

    "We have a lot of fun together  enjoy each other's personalities, and have similar family values. He makes me laugh and he mostly makes me happy." Your letter suggests the very antithesis of the above more »

  • Comment on: More than friends?

    Posted 10/23/2012 09:14:21 EDT

    I don't think he's gay; he never compliments her. :-) more »

  • Comment on: More than friends?

    Posted 10/23/2012 09:09:23 EDT

    Your such an eager puppy but this is an unbalanced relationship. He's getting a lot more out of this so called friendship than you are.  Treat this as you would any friendship that doesn't fully bloss more »

  • Posted 10/03/2012 08:36:16 EDT

    "I have tried with Karen to explain the things I need and even lead by example. "  By example you mean 'go cheat on me with someone else for two years?' Oh, and you know exactly what Karen's needs are more »

  • Posted 10/02/2012 09:58:40 EDT

    Reader, I married him. more »

  • Posted 08/28/2012 10:58:59 EDT

    great post mabbity. I too think two very nice young people are in an awful situation. One that doesn't come with instructions. Worried and Broken, I think you stand to gain about eleven years of matur more »

  • Posted 06/19/2012 09:38:56 EDT

    A case of classic ennui. You can't picture a happy ending without your boyfriend because it's the only scenario you know. Sadly, for you at least, the relationship has gone stagnant. Either kick it up more »

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