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  • Comment on: Love Letters: Will He Ever Stop Watching Porn?

    Posted 07/08/2014 09:52:25 EDT

    I don't have a problem with her distaste for porn and her desire not to date a guy who uses it. Anything can be any person's dealbreaker. Could be she hates men who wear white socks. However, let's ca more »

  • Comment on: Love Letters: An Extramarital Kiss

    Posted 06/17/2014 09:29:50 EDT

    "We are both married -- me for more than 20 years and happily." I don't think these words mean what you think they mean. And stop creeping around behind your wife's back. I could not believe when I re more »

  • Comment on: He Kept 'Liking' My Status on Facebook

    Posted 06/13/2014 10:52:13 EDT

    eh, seemed like the guy was using the facebook stuff to (1) be a hypocrite (he said he and LW couldn't contact one another because WIFE, but hey, he's special and that rule doesn't apply to him when h more »

  • Comment on: Women Disappear After Conversations and Dates

    Posted 06/11/2014 10:03:20 EDT

    Doesn't this sound a little like a "yesallwomen" situation? He is using HOOK UP apps, not real dating sites (seriously, you don't say POF and Tinder in the same sentence as any expectation of respectf more »

  • Comment on: Women Disappear After Conversations and Dates

    Posted 06/11/2014 09:43:28 EDT

    http://www.reddit.com/r/TwoXChromosomes/comments/1uqym6/as_a_guy_i_wanted_to_know_what_it_was_like_to_be/ Dear LW - (all) women on dating sites get swamped. Moderately attractive ones get swamped time more »

  • Comment on: 'Presenting the First One'

    Posted 06/06/2014 10:56:03 EDT

    apparently he hasn't heard of these places called "bathrooms." And his lady friend doesn't use them either so he never gets a moment alone. AND all his, um, emissions are bound to be loud and/or smell more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 11:54:15 EDT

    I've never been asked that by any of the ......7, 8? ob/gyns I have seen - and many of which I went to see specifically to TELL them that very thing. You're very lucky to have had a doctor who has eve more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 10:50:38 EDT

    As easy as I made it seem by posting a list of relevant providers, it took me a long time to come up with that list, and I saw too many doctors who had no idea what I was talking about, overtly or sub more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 10:14:31 EDT

    But, later you say she rebuffs your advances because of her personal insecurities, which sounds more like a psychological issue. such an unevolved man thing to do - ascribe a woman's actions to "perso more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 10:11:49 EDT

    Does she "need to come a long way psychologically before she's ready for that kind of treatment?' I think that's a bit patronizing. We don't know if she WANTS help, but I would be willing to bet that more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 10:04:34 EDT

    She's perfectly comfortable not having sex because having sex makes her physically uncomfortable- you know, pain. And her husband took her to a therapist to attempt to address that pain - in essence, more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 09:59:33 EDT

    Thank you for pointing this out. I posted my comment, which I am pasting in below this reply, because you guys are all so fast and my comment ended up being on page 4 and I can't expect the LW to go c more »

  • Comment on: She doesn't want to have sex

    Posted 05/07/2014 09:57:45 EDT

    Dear LW: Seeing a therapist for physical pain many years ago was the wrong decision, but I do understand that female sexual dysfunction is really an emerging area of medical science. Here are some res more »

  • Comment on: How much fighting is normal in a marriage?

    Posted 05/01/2014 09:32:50 EDT

    This. You don't get "mad" at your partner because she didn't go to the gym one day - or ever. more »

  • Comment on: His wall is up

    Posted 04/25/2014 10:16:18 EDT

    yeah, to help him quit being a (bad) pathological liar and just admit he doesn't want to marry LW but wants to keep scthupping her until a better deal strolls by. more »

  • Comment on: His wall is up

    Posted 04/25/2014 10:14:48 EDT

    Agree guppy. Why now, after YEARS into a happy relationship and he already bought a ring (!) is this "wall" pops up and is so big, so think, and so scary that he can't just hand over the ring. I'm gue more »

  • Comment on: His wall is up

    Posted 04/25/2014 10:10:44 EDT

    Longest and most compelling FAKE STORY to avoid making a commitment I've ever heard. Bravo, LW's boyfriend! And I don't mean that the facts are fake, who knows if his dad was bipolar, but that wall st more »

  • Comment on: He'll be living near his ex

    Posted 04/15/2014 09:39:37 EDT

    "he promises he . . . would [not] put the effort into a long-distance relationship if he didn't think it was worth it." What effort? Serious question, not meant to be snarky. So he texts/calls/skypes more »

  • Comment on: Cold feet about the proposal

    Posted 04/14/2014 09:28:26 EDT

    That your "first love" slept with other people is NOT a "disturbing relationship event" in your past.  (She slept with other people after you two broke up, right, because you said the other 'event' wa more »

  • Comment on: His sister is a princess

    Posted 04/10/2014 09:35:31 EDT

    sounds like this LW might be the insecure one.  She "cried quite a bit" (as we can imagine, of course!) after sis gave her a wedding magazine?  She HAS to be friends with everyone?  

    more »

  • Comment on: She didn't feel loved

    Posted 04/01/2014 09:24:52 EDT

    yeah - the fact that he spent 5 years getting dumped by her for not treating her the way she demanded to be treated (and by dumping him a dozen times to make that point) is just a "misunderstanding." more »

  • Comment on: Off again with a soul mate - Love Letters - Relationships questions, advice and more

    Posted 03/31/2014 09:13:11 EDT

    this, and they've broken up at least two times - first because the LW was being a jealous and controlling jerk, then because he "needed space" after another blitz of fighting.     And she's noticed he more »

  • Comment on: My family thinks I'm wasting my time - Love Letters - Relationships questions, advice and more

    Posted 03/27/2014 11:31:42 EDT

    ah, thank you. You said it well.   I posted as much in reply to others advising the LW to just keep doing what she's doing without caring so much about the family.

    more »

  • Comment on: My family thinks I'm wasting my time - Love Letters - Relationships questions, advice and more

    Posted 03/27/2014 11:30:41 EDT

    why would she mention his name or say anything about him?  She hasn't seen him in decades, he has tried to get them to hook up and she declines (what is she telling the fam?  some guy on the internet more »

  • Comment on: My family thinks I'm wasting my time - Love Letters - Relationships questions, advice and more

    Posted 03/27/2014 11:27:38 EDT

    sounds like she is making it their business so much so that they all 'not just her children but other relatives) are so sick. and. tired. of hearing about this silly and FAKE roller coaster this LW ha more »

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