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... Essentially, you get half of all the assets values at the time of your divorce. I doubt that the length of time has anything to do with it. ... (50 replies)
... I have a 'friend' of about 7 years who, upon looking at why I feel so horrible when I am around her and on reading about abuse, I realize just how toxic she has been and I am now really disgusted. There's no question in my mind that the 'friendship' needs to end, it has to for my own health. This is a person who has talked down to me as if I am a child, blatantly ignored me... (5 replies)
... Things started out great, both our parents love that we're going out.. and pretty much wants us to get married.. ... (6 replies)

... off and on for almost 11 yrs. It just never seemed to get anywhere. ... (5 replies)
... fact, that's what he tells me. He says I'm the one that's very defensive. That I interpret everything wrong. In fact, it happened tonight...don't even want to get into the details about it but after our conversation it made me want to come in here and get on these boards. ... (27 replies)
... everything but the sex. While our lives went back to normal and we've come along way healing over it, the aftermath is our sex activites are declined from the emotional scars. ... (4 replies)
... My last bf was passive aggressive and it drove me up a wall. I finally had enough and left. ... (17 replies)
... We've been married 19 years, together 25. In the last 3 or so years, my husband has started to get so annoyed by my parents. ... (4 replies)
... g against your mother, you or your wife. I don't know any of you. but I do understand human nature and interpersonal dynamics some. It could be that mom is being passive aggressive toward your wife whether she sees or admits it or not. Your wife is very sensitive to that. ... (4 replies)
... as far as to the point to where I basically throw my hands up in the air. Seems to me he has to always get the last word in, has to always be right, no matter if I back up my conversation with proven facts. ... (5 replies)
... He will say that he likes sleeping with me and he wants to but over all his natural behavior reverts back to the couch time and time again. Actions speak louder than words right? ... (17 replies)
... state I will have to wait until January to get back on my Dad's health insurance plan in order to get proper counseling. ... (44 replies)
... its his him being passive aggressive. He explained it by saying when he getsupset he lashes out. But I would never say smthng iso dismissive like that when I argue. ... (23 replies)
... frame. i don't even date people unless I see marriage potential because I don't want to commit to anything short of that. However, I'm also not ready to get married, so if these people were to push me, I would not react well. ... (10 replies)
... dad says this shit to get a rise out of DBF, and BF just shrugs it off. He likely has had to deal with this his whole life and is numb to the insults. ... (13 replies)
... You're compliant. Someone who doesn't want to "make any waves" or who will apologize even when it wasn't your fault, just so theres no tension. I'm the same way. As a lot of people on these boards are. I want to change, but it's hard. And honestly I haven't tried hard enough. All I can say is read plenty of books on the subject, see a counselor and just educate... (7 replies)
... Sorry about your situation. I thought I would mention an acquaintance I knew (involuntarily) who would use specific tactics to play women. First- he would tell them he was dating other women (to make the woman he was with competitive and willing to sleep over). He would be really nice to them, but when they left he wouldn't answer his phone. Second, he would say he wasn't... (14 replies)
... n't think he's talked to her since. Of note, she's never asked about our plans, has never greeted me by name when I answer the phone, and has constantly tried to get him to acknowledge her importance and what attention she lavishes on him and his child. ... (0 replies)
... i can be pretty passive myself. ... (25 replies)
What do you think?
Sep 17, 2009
... larly but she has continued to stand her ground on her decision. Recently he became angry and insisted that she return all of his stuff that he had left with her over the course of their relationship. So they met somewhere and she dropped his stuff off at his feet and walked away. ... (7 replies)

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