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Open relationships
Dec 28, 2007
... If you are ready and prepared for all the consequences that may going to take place because of this open relationship well go for it... we have our own perspective about this matter... ... (32 replies)
... Bingo! I think you hit the nail on the head! Men don't seem to be having much intimacy problems if they want as much, or more, out of the relationship as the woman. Barring severe childhood abuse and a mental illness, I think it really isn't that complicated. ... (25 replies)
... I will sum up my response to all of the posts so far. ... (11 replies)

Jul 13, 2010
... Well, this is my second attempt to get something out into the open for you to read. I recently reopened a profile on a website i was successful in the past. ... (6 replies)
... to movies and socializing while she's talking about actually having sex with another guy. I can understand why you're concerned. Whether or not it's a fantasy of yours, the fact that there's any jealousy on your part makes that a dangerous thing for you guys to explore at all. ... (6 replies)
... When I "heard" you say the final words of your post above, I was very sad. Perhaps you were not totally aware of the full extension of what you wrote, although it is not my objective, either, to bring more drama into this already charged picture. ... (21 replies)
... secondly, opt out of the things you want your husband to take on. Grit your teeth and let him have the consequences, eg, bills not paid, no ironed shirts, whatever. ... (12 replies)
... this guy seems a little narcissistic to me...kind of full of himself..can't seem to find any fault in hurt his feelings, poor baby... ... (130 replies)
... h your man before it was over, or you had no feelings for him at the time and you are ok with it being your ex. See how you feel about still maintaining a close relationship with her because of that and that alone. It is not always that easy just to cut off your sister unless you really really really really hate her for this. ... (28 replies)
... First of all your friend is so very lucky to have a friend like you who cares enough to seek out advice here of what the best thing to do would be. ... (1 replies)
... The only magic in a relationship is that the walk starts out with two people... ... (4 replies)
... I really feel for you and I must say that you are teetering on a fine line gut instincts say that the more we make of this the more we push teens in the direction we don't want them to go. ... (11 replies)
... ad and say something wrong, being that his family is a very sensitive and emotional issue for him, and that does fit with his past behavior and chronic avoidance of confrontations. But those nagging doubts in the pit of my stomach make getting through each day quite an ordeal. ... (48 replies)
... Dear your in a tight spot.An even tighter spot because you've been having an affair with a close friend of your husbands.I would be concerned that if you ended the affair,the guy would try to destroy your marriage. ... (29 replies)
... Acts have consequences and sex outside a committed relationship doesn't just happen. You and her let it happen and even if you both left the ones you live with the chances that this relationship would work is slim. ... (14 replies)
... I will certainly take it to heart. I am torn between continuing to keep our relationship or go our separate ways. I have tried to stay away for these last couple of days and give her space. Last time we talked, on Saturday, she had more questions for me and I answered them truthfully regardless of the consequences. ... (6 replies)
... If this is his way of expressing his anger, I would run. ... (7 replies)
... It does sound like you want him back, or at least want the option of having him back someday. There was a really brilliant line from a movie, High Fidelity, about not commiting to a decision and keeping your options open..."... ... (6 replies)
... dependent. you can never have a healthy relationship unless you set some boundries. ... (44 replies)
... Again, I kind of think you're reading this as your own situation because your husband's family has hurt you by disliking you and being rude to you. ... (22 replies)

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