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  • Comment on: Sex after cancer

    Posted 10/20/2010 12:22:34 EDT

    Since your writing to LL, my assumption is that your not currently in therapy for yourself. And that is where I would start and then hopefully he will join in. But you have to start somewhere and this more »

  • Posted 10/12/2010 11:42:28 EDT

    she told you she is seeking the help of a professional and she has told you to back off. And your questioning when a kick in the pants is appropriate?? Seriously, ever think that while you may have th more »

  • Comment on: I want to move

    Posted 10/08/2010 01:59:22 EDT

    for crying out loud.. the girl just needs to be single living on her own. thats it. She sounds like she has never moved out of her parents house, had a real job, lived alone, or had adult relationship more »

  • Comment on: I want to move

    Posted 10/08/2010 09:41:43 EDT

    Congratulations.. your finished with school. Sounds like you were very fortunate to have your parents support while you finished undergrad & grad school. If you want to see the world.. go on vacation. more »

  • Posted 10/04/2010 11:35:07 EDT

    We were all young once, and we all have made mistakes. Its how a person reacts to those mistakes is what should count. Sounds like he has acknowledged the depth of his stupidity, but as long as he has more »

  • Posted 09/29/2010 10:16:59 EDT

    I also have to add one more thing... stop making excuses for the guy. Your just rationalizing and accepting textnorelationship because your caught up in it. In general stay away from unavailable men. more »

  • Posted 09/29/2010 09:51:31 EDT

    If someone is really interested in you they will make the effort to see you. The scheduling is not an obstacle only a challenge. Ask him to dinner.. everyone eats, leave work early if you have to. Poi more »

  • Posted 09/28/2010 09:05:30 EDT

    no its not cheating AT ALL!   Not every person you date is an exclusive relationship and never was there a discussion that even if you were just dating that he was only sleeping with you or vice versa more »

  • Posted 09/27/2010 09:40:22 EDT

    Don't ever make a person the center of your life.

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  • Posted 09/22/2010 12:12:26 EDT

    Just say NO. You don't have to break up with her, you just both have to grow as people. You will either grow together or not... You've essentially made your bed now instead of lying in it.. ruffle it more »

  • Comment on: What is he hiding?

    Posted 09/21/2010 09:02:11 EDT

    He is either married, involved or lives at home with his parents. Possibly he is on a work release or has a day pass from the looney bin. Might be a registered sex offender or convicted felon. Better more »

  • Posted 09/03/2010 10:17:13 EDT

    When the intitial relationship began.. he lied to her and she believed it. Now your back together and he is worried about hurting her feelings by telling her the truth. I'm sure everyone is looking at more »

  • Posted 09/01/2010 09:27:40 EDT

    What you need is the guy from clean sweep coming in and asking.. what does this material item represent? And if it is so important and precious then why is not being cared for? Most of all.. material more »

  • Posted 08/26/2010 10:03:52 EDT

    I would want full disclosure on the incident and not just from him.. this is something you need to look into to fully understand the details. The fact that it took two years to find this out is either more »

  • Posted 08/23/2010 06:23:02 EDT

    HUD - I'm far far from being selfish.. but  I don't believe in enabling people either.  I'm sure there is more to the story that has been left out. I get it, you relate personally to this story, but m more »

  • Posted 08/18/2010 10:59:32 EDT

    without reading every post.. dating in your 40s is totally different than dating in your 20s.  Getting married isn't as much of a goal for most either because they've been there done that or they like more »

  • Posted 08/18/2010 10:44:31 EDT

    Never ever ever pay off a boyfriends debt. and definately don't touch that inheritance. If he really loves you, he wouldn't accept it anyways. I would go into bankruptcy and deal with the consequences more »

  • Posted 08/18/2010 10:27:44 EDT

    This puts a whole new meaning to the schools "no tolerance" policy. This teacher was certainly expressing her stupidity, foot in month, unfoturnately on facebook - but does it warrant resigning.. or w more »

  • Posted 08/16/2010 01:40:40 EDT

    Is steve hud a kept man? more »

  • Posted 08/16/2010 01:29:43 EDT

    Definate deal breaker for marriage, kids, homeowner.. aka future. Seriously.. I've seen people in their 20s in denial about their financial situation and unless they tackle the problem and learn to be more »

  • Posted 08/12/2010 11:25:12 EDT

    This isn't about marriage.. but in the same vein.. Recently I was carrying in grocerys and a  man I've never met before asked where was my husband.   I replied politely with a smile.. no husband.   He more »

  • Posted 08/11/2010 12:41:56 EDT

    I think it is so lame that he couldn't even get you a card, a phone call.. seriously?? TO me its not a dealbreaker but I would hope he made some effort after you clearly let him know how it made you f more »

  • Posted 08/10/2010 10:56:55 EDT

    She sounds like my mother. I spent most of my life walking on eggshells around her. Any time I shared anything good or fun, she found something negative about it. I was sick of feeling like crap that more »

  • Posted 08/06/2010 09:37:24 EDT

    stock up on batteries..and have another talk.

    Your not even married yet and already its once a week... settling / monotony shouldn't be setting in that soon, don't care how old you are.

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  • Posted 08/04/2010 11:07:01 EDT

    Seriously? If you think you can do better than let him go. There are plenty of woman in their mid 30s who would love to meet him. more »