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... If that was my boyfriend you better believe he'd be pulling me right up to his side with his arm around my shoulders, no matter which one of his friends may have been with him. ... (18 replies)
... ow I feel. But this girl doesn't want to leave, looks like she doesn't even really want to make waves. But even if she did the same thing in front of him, that's no guarantee that it will evoke the same response from him that she had. He might not even care. ... (77 replies)
... opportunity to delete any incriminating messages. I can't urge you strongly enough to confront him and not ignore all the warning signs of an affair here, if for no other reason than your health being in potential jeopardy. ... (15 replies)

... son, whether he's still cheating or not, he's decided that this other girl is the primary woman in his life, and he's committed himself to sticking by her side. No one can really know whether or not he loves her... ... (35 replies)
... followup of how clear his head is now. And I must say, with all due respect, that I find it quite convenient and "wimpy" of him to have his best friend and new girlfriend along. Why not bring all of us along too!!! ... (263 replies)
... From what you have shared with us, you have ALMOST ALL the components of what a great marriage should have, you have good communication, you laugh together, you respect each other, and you are each other's best friend. You will have NO problem getting back the spark if you both just change some things. ... (174 replies)
... ing to more deeply trust his love and committment to you. If I was in his position, I would be a bit put off and offended by my partner assuming that I was up to no good every time I hung out with someone of the opposite sex. ... (4 replies)
... I respect your courage and honesty in facing up to this total lack of dating, kissing, etc. in your life. ... (30 replies)
Oct 28, 2004
... erstandably, it isn't "fair" that one person gets the make the decision to break up, and then makes the decision to try to keep in contact. And really, you have no control over that. That only thing you have control over is how you are choosing to react to this situation. ... (394 replies)
Aug 28, 2004
... was to break it off with "L" and stay with "M" and our son. "L" didn't want us to part, but he knew that he had no other choice but to cut his losses and move on with life. The last thing he told me was, "I love you, take good care of yourself, goodbye. ... (165 replies)
Am I Wrong?
Dec 8, 2003
... Other than that, I agree with you that it is not really your responsibility that his girlfriend is putting up with his philandering ways. Nobody is forcing her to be in this situation, she only has herself to blame. ... (14 replies)
... separately. I think if my husband had sought some counseling for himself, our marriage may have been saved. Once an incident happends,it can cause you to lose respect for him, and that can filter in to every aspect of your marriage. ... (42 replies)
... didn't want to get a college education, and had no career goals or idea of what to do with his future. ... (33 replies)
... It seems he does care for you as a friend and doesn't want to hurt your feelings, but you're a friend with benefits, not girlfriend material to him. ... (35 replies)
... My boyfriend and I have been living together for two years and planning on getting engaged once I finish school. I have virtually NO relationship with his parents. I have tried my best over the two years and have continually been shot down. ... (4 replies)
... It sounds as if you are both locked in a battle and no one wants to back down. ... (24 replies)
... ropriate with other women because you've taught him that he CAN and you wont' say boo about it. He can do it all he wants and you'll still be there, so there are no consequences. That has to change if this relationship has a snowball's chance. give him consequences. ... (10 replies)
... eachother every single day and he practically lives at my house. My Mom and Dad don't mind because they like him a lot, but sometimes they feel as if he doens't respect me and he talks nasty to me. For example, if I "give him an attitude" about something, or complain about something, or disagree with something he gets so mad. ... (6 replies)
... off and left without doing any laundry at all. We think we're being sweet and nice and "well, it's just a fight, I don't want to punish him by leaving him with no clean clothes when we'll patch it up tomorrow." But he's thinking "why can't she just get the message I don't really like or value her? ... (9 replies)
... d of being manipulated and leave anyway, whether he loved you or not. Honestly, from your own behaviour with him, it's really not showing alot of love for him or respect for his feelings either. YOU might be able to verbalise it, but I doubt from your actions he'd be believing or feeling it. ... (50 replies)

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