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Long distance ex, in contact for last 6 years... why?
by sweetheartc314
My ex and i have been in contact with each other for the last 6 years. We live on two different continents. Our first falling out, was because we were younger, and two

The Great Pretenders (In Our Relationships) -- LONG
by katrina1980
I watched a great movie last night "[I]Gone Girl[/I]" (came out a few years ago but watched it on Netflix last night for the first time). Awesome movie, a psych

Husband refuses to work!
by Sara2017
I've been married for 6 years and my husband worked when I met him. But now that we are married, he will not work. We don't have kids and we are in our late 40's. He


Just ignoring me..
by bunzana
Hi all, I really need some outside perspective on an issue I've been having lately with my boyfriend. Last night he was watching a baseball game, and I called him

Husbands family have been so nasty
by Jackdm
Hi guys. I've been married five years and always had a great relationship with my inlaws, however that's all changed in the past year. My husbands 40th was coming up

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It's all too confusing
I am in my fifties and dating a guy in his forties who is a lovely person BUT he never has any money, so I feel obliged to pay for alot of stuff {like one of my kids}. THEN there's the issue of how he could never orgasm and in the beginning of our relati

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