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About Me: Living the dream. Walking the walk. Wait, where am I? I'm funny. I'm lame.

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  • Comment on: I know he's not "the one"

    Posted 07/30/2015 09:41:17 EDT

    I think she feels guilty for not feeling more for him, and attributes it to their difference in background. She could be dating Mr. Financial District and still not feeling anything, but she's not exp more »

  • Comment on: I know he's not "the one"

    Posted 07/30/2015 09:37:45 EDT

    I think this woman would be more interested in him if she had 10 more years of fruitless dating under her belt and this guy would seem pretty decent... more »

  • Comment on: I know he's not "the one"

    Posted 07/30/2015 09:28:04 EDT

    Man, people are slamming you, LW. Yes, you need to break up with him. I don't see why all the vitriol though. Plenty of people "bide their time" in relationships. I dated a guy for two years at your a more »

  • Comment on: Getting past the third or fourth date

    Posted 07/28/2015 12:38:03 EDT

    I'd call it disappointment issues that make her question herself. She certainly is lucky that it didn't make it farther...like getting sucked in by newly divorced dude, possibly STD'd, and then told h more »

  • Comment on: My fiancé notices men

    Posted 07/22/2015 11:28:21 EDT

    Sways his hips, shakes bottom and wiggles man pecs? more »

  • Comment on: He's different with his friends

    Posted 07/20/2015 03:18:44 EDT

    I drank like that. By the time I was 5 years older than Mike, I realized I was an alcoholic. Even though it seemed like just "partying." more »

  • Comment on: A Run of Bad Luck in the Bedroom

    Posted 07/14/2015 11:43:45 EDT

    I'm sure it is just awkward laying there and then her saying, "it's ok, it's ok." And not, "WTF is your problem ?!" more »

  • Comment on: A Run of Bad Luck in the Bedroom

    Posted 07/14/2015 11:39:20 EDT

    I would also add that maybe skip the coitus and just go old school and only get to 3rd base. Practice doing other "sex" and normalize it for him. The only thing I would say is to think outside the box more »

  • Comment on: Is She Into Me?

    Posted 07/10/2015 11:35:56 EDT

    Best comment on here. more »

  • Comment on: I Don't See His Friends

    Posted 07/09/2015 12:25:13 EDT

    I think she should start running with him. If it still doesn't work, and she hasn't already dumped him, they may have a future. Or just F him and move on. more »

  • Comment on: Boyfriend Or Baby

    Posted 07/08/2015 01:01:16 EDT

    And with technology/adoption and some money, there are options to have children if you want them. Nobody can argue with a woman's desire to have a child, or should. But she may not get the family she more »

  • Comment on: Boyfriend Or Baby

    Posted 07/08/2015 12:49:46 EDT

    I'm tagging onto the most liked bc I am intimately involved with a situation like this, not only bc I am also 40 with fertility issues (but married). My friend was in this EXACT same situation. Exactl more »

  • Comment on: Is Our 'Insane' Sex Life Normal?

    Posted 06/26/2015 03:34:44 EDT

    Is that ok? more »

  • Comment on: I'll See My Ex At a Party

    Posted 06/16/2015 11:30:31 EDT

    My brilliant response to the issue is: Talk to him within a short period of seeing him, just a quick "yes, we are the same room as each other," then forget all about him. That way she won't be dreadin more »

  • Comment on: I'll See My Ex At a Party

    Posted 06/16/2015 11:26:34 EDT

    You can be over it for all intents and purposes, but still anxious about seeing the person. more »

  • Comment on: Move In Again?

    Posted 06/11/2015 12:26:53 EDT

    This X at least 5. Why waste your time living with someone unless the end is marriage? (if you want to get married). Just living together prolongs the break up process if you actually aren't meant to more »

  • Comment on: Should I Move 2,000 Miles Away For Him?

    Posted 06/09/2015 11:09:37 EDT

    He also doesn't bus, train, or drive apparently. more »

  • Comment on: Should I Move 2,000 Miles Away For Him?

    Posted 06/09/2015 11:04:24 EDT

    Best advice on here today. more »

  • Comment on: Should She Ask Him Out Again?

    Posted 05/11/2015 01:29:28 EDT

    I don't know. My brother is 36 and I see him being single into his 40s, if he ever does get with anybody. He's not gay (but he also doesn't send out Xmas cards). He's mostly just lazy and is only attr more »

  • Comment on: Should She Ask Him Out Again?

    Posted 05/11/2015 01:12:03 EDT

    Most people are not skeptical enough about separated people. And they should be. more »

  • Comment on: He Changed

    Posted 05/08/2015 12:55:05 EDT

    Yes to YS....the real question from the LW, is how do I safely get this guy out of my house? I don't think he'll go easy. more »

  • Comment on: Two Guys = One Good Relationship?

    Posted 05/06/2015 12:39:21 EDT

    It only took me 35 years to figure this out. more »

  • Comment on: When will Mass. make it illegal to sic a SWAT team on a stranger?

    Posted 05/06/2015 12:32:11 EDT

    Only in the US would you have the inclination to do this...where other country's folks are fighting for their lives, to have enough food, we have morons wasting valuable resources and potentially putt more »

  • Comment on: When will Mass. make it illegal to sic a SWAT team on a stranger?

    Posted 05/06/2015 12:32:10 EDT

    Only in the US would you have the inclination to do this...where other country's folks are fighting for their lives, to have enough food, we have morons wasting valuable resources and potentially putt more »

  • Comment on: They Want Open Relationships

    Posted 05/04/2015 12:48:41 EDT

    My gay friends had met their life partner/now husband by the time they were in their mid-20s. I have no idea how...so I think it depends. That person is out there, who wants what you want! Just take a more »

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