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... I think it's possible to see both sides here. First, in regards to secrets.......the only secrets she does not need to share with you are secrets that do not concern you. ... (23 replies)
... thats really outside your scope of concern. life willl work out whether you get your hand in controling it or not. ... (9 replies)
... This is exactly why it's not a good idea for men and women to try and be friends...I mean look at your situation...you were BOTH thinking of being with eachother in the backs of your minds. You both were married...actually you both are still married. As far as him getting involved with this other woman... ... (9 replies)

... t times the messages are funny but other times, he's been critical and dismissive of me so it's been a mixture of good and bad. And whenever I mention my husband in a reply, he will not respond to that message for a while if at all. That's a pattern I've been concerned about all along. ... (50 replies)
... the praises of your ex after she used to discourage you from being with him, and especially to blame you for "messing things up." She does not seem to have your best interest in mind. What is she thinking telling you these things, when she knows fully well that you regret your decision of breaking up with your ex? ... (8 replies)
... I had a ton of friends in high school. And I still had those friends when I started college. ... (8 replies)
... Geez, this is deep! I actually watched an episode of Oprah a couple of weeks ago where the husband had been cheating with the best friend. She began to suspect something was going on because of his and the best friend's behavior. ... (61 replies)
... I love the recent boost in optimism and confidence I hear in your posts... ... (28 replies)
... You're going to be okay again in time...I'm glad to hear you've started to confide in your family about what went on, as I think it's really important to be able to vent and get out all your feelings when you need to as you try to move past this. ... (74 replies)
... was a difficult situation for all involved and one that taught a good, but hard lesson. But that you would have also extended the same courtesy to her if she was in the situation. It was your responsibility as a friend to lend an ear, not play Dr. Phil. ... (11 replies)
... We've had a lot of tragedy in our family over the last 3 years and stress levels have been very high. ... (8 replies)
... been broken up with my ex for 6 months now and have started to think that I may have overlooked things she told me. However I'm not sure if things my ex confided in me about were true or if she was just attention seeking. I can't ask her about it now, things didn't end well so we haven't spoken since we broke up. ... (3 replies)
... to tell you the truth, because of all the trust issues and the fact we haven't physically seen each other in 9 months, and the fact i have no idea when i will see him physically again, it seems a little hopeless. ... (3 replies)
... If this is the case, then maybe the first step is to start interacting with a smaller group instead. Maybe confide in one of your friends that you want to arrange to hang out with him and this girl, just the three of you. ... (13 replies)
... You are right, having no one to confide in can certainly lead to a feeling of despair. My mother who lives five states away is probably my best friend, but my family would disown me if they knew of the type of relationship in which I am engaging. ... (18 replies)
... The strangest thing happened to me yesterday..you know the friend who I fell off with..she popped up at my house randomly to get in touch with me again. I was very surprised. ... (56 replies)
... ars. When we first met, we were hot and heavy for each other, always spending time together. 2 months after we met he told me he loved me. We would sit and talk, confide in each other, go through the "What if's" and " In the future, and When". ... (7 replies)
... al affair, but couldn't figure out if there was more. I spent the day with a friend yesterday, she went with me to the doctor, and then she spent hours confiding in me that she wanted a divorce and suspected that her husband is cheating on her. ... (86 replies)
... proposition anymore. She went on to say that she sometimes thinks about what a great boyfriend I was and how she is sure that I will make another girl very happy in due course. It was flattering but I was careful not to let her reel me in completely. ... (35 replies)
... stop. . just stop calling him, texting him and any other forms of communication. Stop putting yourself in a position to be rejected. ... (7 replies)


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