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Boring men
Jan 9, 2006
... Haha--honestly, Bluegreen, you're taking this way too seriously. Obviously we realize a man is not a dog. :rolleyes: It's an innocent joke about "training" a guy to be the "pefect" husband. Why are you reading into things like that so much? As for looking beyond NY, well wouldn't that be a catch 22? From what the other posters said, most men in my age range would... (87 replies)
Boring men
Jan 7, 2006
... isn't it also funny how they "know" everything about you from just one characteristic as well?? they always generalize. but, you are right. women only "say" they want one thing and chase after another...they say "you'll make a great husband" or that you're "cute". you never want to be "cute" to women, you want to be "sexy"... but its not their fault. they can't be... (87 replies)
... s a problem in your marriage, but I don't think that's necessarily so. I have a happy marriage. But you gotta have fantasies, for gosh sakes! Life would be so boring without them!!! ... (17 replies)

... I am sure you havn't wasted anytime in any part of your life...We all make mistake and learn from then. The best thing to do is make the best of your life right now. (34 replies)
... don't require a lot to be happy. I'd rather keep what I've got than go out searching for something that may or may not make me happier. Meatloaf and potatoes get boring but I still eat them every Tuesday night. lol. ... (34 replies)
... Ok, just wondering...does your husband love you at all? ... (8 replies)
... is quickly followed by reality that I would hurt my husband very deeply and I don't want to do that, let alone hurt my child. ... (9 replies)
... omething he didn't, instead of respecting me enough to say "hmmm I don't smell it but if you do, then maybe it's there...." etc. Which led to a discussion on her husband and the, what I considered to be, extreme lengths she goes to sometimes to get her husband to pay attention to her and to know she's serious about something. ... (17 replies)
... But she's miserable, depressed and crying. Still saying she wouldn't go back to her husband even tho she knows he'd take her back. What kind of relationship is she in where miserable, depressed and crying is a good thing? ... (10 replies)
Aug 14, 2013
... I really appreciate your note and have come back to read it again although we corresponded a while ago. I try to take the long view with all of this, hope something will change to make the situation better. I have obtained a place to stay in the city, am getting more and more freelance work in the city, but it is a slow process and I am underemployed and understimulated... (7 replies)
Jul 10, 2013
... Would your husband be willing to move to the city, and is there any chance that might rekindle your relationship? ... (7 replies)
... day with your husband must seem a bit "blah". But I think that's just par for the course. ... (37 replies)
... I think for me, when it comes down to it, would I feel better with my husband out of my life? ... (36 replies)
... My husband is glad I have stopped drugs completely as he hates them which is a good thing!! ... (8 replies)
... Did it bother your husband or cause problems? ... (5 replies)
... Hi Sophia, I agree that there's nothing wrong with wanting your husband to check in if he goes on vacation, but it sounds like Shelly was saying those wives didn't let their husbands go on trips without them at all. ... (128 replies)
... I am even starting to second guess myself about breaking things off with the nice, boring guy that I posted about a couple of months ago. ... (439 replies)
... Heartland, I agree! I am actually like you in that, if I think something is rare and precious, I can be very flexible and forgiving. I am quite passionate by nature, and that means that sometimes I get mad over things I perceive as not right, but I never hold a grudge for a long time. To me, holding a grudge over some silly argument would be ridiculous. That's why I don't... (32 replies)
... My husband and I have been married for 23 years and we have an 18 year son. ... (3 replies)
... What an excellent post!!!! Thank you for sharing your life experiences!!! :bouncing: (36 replies)

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