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... You need to decide, as objectively as you can, where YOUR line is drawn. What you will and won't put up with, what kind of man you want and what standards of behavior will you accept and which ones you won't. You can love him all you want, but that doesn't mean he's a good fit for you in the long run. ... (41 replies)
... his behavior is very off-putting and would be unacceptable to me......it's up to you to decide your boundries..... I believe he is an attention-hoe, possibly a narcissist and possibly bi-curious. If you're still willing to marry a man like this, don't be surprised of anything...... I certainly wouldn't do it.....joking around is one thing, but there is more to this.... (5 replies)
... Hi everyone; I sure could use someone to "talk" to or some advice. I'll try to make this as brief as possible. The whole story is very long and detailed, but I don't want to get into everything in one post. Here goes: I agreed to marry my husband and moved 2,000 miles away on the condition he would get into rehab and stop drinking. He did, and we moved. We weren't here 1... (8 replies)

... o me like you came into this place of work with the attitude that the women were gossipy goof offs. Perhaps that preconception seeped into your body language and behavior toward them. Women are pretty perceptive creatures. We can pick up on things like that. If I may ask, how do you dress? ... (31 replies)




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