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... yes, married people can and should have opposite sex friends. it is healthy and normal. ... (36 replies)
... I'm glad to see you have started to resolve some of these issues. ... (36 replies)
... I just got married 6 weeks ago, and we had our first fight, which is lasting longer than usual fights. ... (36 replies)

... First of all, my wise Grandmother used to say, a lot of men don't stay friends with women unless they're interested in them as more than friends. ... (36 replies)
... probably so much it's overwhelming. I think what eve said about making sure you have date night is a great idea. Have you ever heard or read "Men are from Mars Women are from Venus? ... (36 replies)
... ng more time with her than you and that wouldn't get it for one second with me!!!!!!!!! Where I'd draw the line is if they had once been intimate, then it would have to end. I wouldn't be OK with my BF trying to pretend like he was just now good friends with someone that he was once intimate with... ... (36 replies)
... es, sometimes politics and entertainment. I think I would be hurt and offended if his wife thought I had designs on him. And the woman you are worried about just married herself. She is in her own honeymoon stage. I really don't think you have anything to worry about. ... (36 replies)
... o a job alone. I work from home and my business is feast or famine. During the famine times, I can easily develop a habit of just clicking away for hours online. ... (36 replies)
... I guess Date Night sounds like a good idea. I do feel like now that the wedding is over, that I need to have more hobbies, or do what I didn't have time for before. ... (36 replies)
... communication is really key here. I find that so many newlyweds spend their first year or two sort of in a denial phase about smaller issues and just don't have open communication if something's bothering them. ... (36 replies)
... affairs can happen when people aren't having marital problems. If you spend enough time with someone outside your marriage, things can and do develop further and sneak up on you when you weren't even trying for that result. ... (36 replies)
... Okay.....I have been married for 19 years and have a few things to share. The first rule in Marriage 101.....A man will not respond to continuous the wind he will find shelter elsewhere!!! ... (36 replies)
... I still respectfully disagree with the posters who basically stated he can be friends with whoever he wants and that you should just get over it. Your needs are obviously not being met. ... (36 replies)
... t. It is never too early for a husband and wife to start devoting a couple nights a week to each other, in a romantic or fun social setting. Just because you are married doesn't mean the romance should end. It will keep you feeling young and pretty and wanted. Time to nip, every night in front of the computer, in the bud. ... (36 replies)
... er, and does not break his eye contact with the computer screen when I try to talk to him. So, the jealousy isn't so much about this particular woman, but that I have to compete for his attention with the computer. So I already feel neglected. ... (36 replies)
... but mugwump, i can totally understand where you are coming are not crazy to feel the way you do..... ... (36 replies)
... And if so.....why do you have a problem with it now that the two of you are married? ... (36 replies)
... is woman is your being jealous and experiencing such a thing so early in your marriage. You sound hurt because you feel he gives her attention with ease but you have to pull out teeth in order to get his attention. Do you really believe this or are you just angry and making matters worse. ... (36 replies)
... So he can see her more often? ... (36 replies)
... jealous issue. I have a best friend that is a girl but I know when I get married I don't know if we could have that type of friendship or hang like we used to. It would be up to my wife and how she felt on the situation. ... (38 replies)

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