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  1. So what if she gets pregnant by one of these guys on the side she keeps banging behind your back? Are you going to take care that child too? Where does this end??? Kick her out and let her move in with one of these guys she is having sex with. I doubt they want her for more than sex but that is her problem isn't it. At the end of the day she is a lair, cheater and doesn't love or respect you. So why are you fighting to keep something that was never even real or true? Lost
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  2. That's what I was going to say too...how will a bunch of men banging you and using you make you feel "special" or "wanted"? Come on, Boo...you know better than that and should ask for better from yourself and from life. Find a man who is respectful towards you, who genuinely wants to get to know you and genuinely likes you. Getting to know someone takes a long time, as does creating a genuine relationship and to truly connect with someone. You really need to stop selling yourself short. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. What you find beautiful, not everyone else will and visa ver
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  3. You're selling yourself cheap, Boo1986 not to mention you're setting yourself up for disaster regarding men whom you don't know well entering your home. I agree with others regarding date rape. It happens. You need to take a break from seeking men to date. Work on yourself such as your career, health and be secure within your own skin. Then you will attract alike men. Hold yourself to a higher standard. Don't listen to your friends since they don't have your best interests at heart. Never have lower standards otherwise you're stuck with the crumbs of society. Not all guys ar
    1 point
  4. Be professional, and accept professional career advancements. No need to bring emotions about a relationship that isn't yours into work. It's not like you're helping her move into her new pad, and getting takeout together. Boost yourself - don't reject success because your buddy married a cheater. Just be glad you dodged a bullet.
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  5. Basing your happiness and self-esteem on someone else is never a good idea, but can be a common trap for women due to the amount of attention they can receive for just existing. This, in turn, can add pressure on a male partner, as they need to keep a high level of interest in you to keep you at a reasonable level of happiness, and for the most part, have to keep our own self esteem high without outside help. I note that this always seems to come up when the husband likes to have the occasional fap. It's his body and his right to do whatever he wants with it, but if he is under pressure to
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  7. Sorry about this moment. I don’t agree with this being an issue of him totally losing attraction or your marriage unraveling, but more him losing his mojo in the face of pressure. Pressure to preform, pressure to be a dad, pressure to be “leveling up” in a way that, while exciting, is pretty unnerving. And perhaps the pressure to do something—having a child—that he’s not sure he wants to do. Very common, really, especially in “broody” men who struggle with talking freely and openly about their feelings. I’ve seen it in some of my friends at this stage, particularly those who have had troub
    1 point
  8. It sounds like he doesn't really want a baby. I would clear that up.
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  9. Shhhh Grandma Baggystockings, don't confuse the youngsters with this 'time before the internet' thing. Let them keep thinking the internet has been here forever. But in saying that, it is true, he does probably like this other girl, two entire likes on social media defintely means cheating [sarcasm]. I from time to time like a pic of one or two particular girls on the interwebs. But this does not mean I am humping their legs or trying deperately to get into their virtual pants. Yes, I think they are pretty, but that is all. Let it go and deal with your own insecurities before you start
    1 point
  10. I tell ya ....born in the 60's , having my teenage years in the 80's and living a life before the internet , is a blessing some of you will never know .... if we wanted to stalk someone we had to walk past their house 57 times to have any impact and go to a public phonebox and make hoax calls ! So based on just what you have said ..he obviously does like this girl ...but I can't sit and make any assumption really on how or why or if or but or what he will do .
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  11. I agree and how scary that you would go to a stranger's home!! This has nothing to do with pursuing dating -it has everything to do with taking unnecessary risks with your safety and is not an example of whether you are attractive enough for dating. Going to a stranger's home for a hook up has nothing to do with dating or pursuing a relationship -you were just pursuing some need to hook up and check out some guy you thought looked attractive. Hopefully you still weren't drunk when you got there. No I would not blame you if you'd been assaulted or raped and at the same time please take more
    1 point
  12. Sorry to hear this. He's not ready to date. He knows it and you know it. You can't change his grief, so it's time to let him be.
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  13. Imo, there is something passive-aggressive and counterproductive about your attitude towards your husband's dilemma. Yes, it's a no brainer that the child's birth should come first, hence the vote is unilateral. However, you may want to reflect carefully on what your goal is in posting this question / what this 'vote' really serves for. It feels like you are (justifiably) displeased with your partner's attitude yet it seems like, instead of communicating your real thoughts to him, you are hiding them, channeling your displeasure through instigating a virtual trial at his absence. If you tw
    1 point
  14. Do you want to continue to be in this situation? There seems to be lots of drama and asking if this is something you want to deal with? You caught her in a lie and you have two options. Stay in the pool with her and call her out, confront her, see what happens next, or you can get out of the pool, tell her to have a good life and move on. The choice is yours. If you do decide to stay in this out of curiosity then whatever feelings you feel good or bad is going to be you asked for it. Or you can let her go and find someone else. Your move
    1 point
  15. The OP is actually the woman who will be giving birth potentially without the baby's father present locally. The OP is not the baby's father. That's why everyone was so confused!
    1 point
  16. Please don't make a career judgment based on what some woman may or may not do. The move seems like a good one. Take it and stop thinking about things that don't matter. She doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things.
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  17. Make your life a masterpiece. Imagine no limitations on what you be, have or do.
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  18. Define 'normal'...What is 'normal'..? What we see on TV or in magazines...? Hmm, dunno.... If you knew me you would definitely not say I was 'normal'....Yet here I am :) I'm unique, like everybody else....* I attempted suicide numerous times throughout 2018....It's not as easy as you think and it's certainly not quick and painless like Hollywood would have you believe...Only 1 in 20 attempts actually succeeds so you could end up worse than you are now...Like my father. He will be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life now. Hang in there Boo....The world will need people like you*
    1 point
  19. Why keep going back? All you are doing is showing her that you have zero backbone and will let her get away with whatever she wants. She has lost respect for you and it's evident in how she messes around with these other men. I agree with what the other posters are saying. Her other children are not your concern. Welfare or family services will help house her, meanwhile speak to a lawyer on custody of your child. She has made you look a fool for far too long.
    1 point
  20. Sorry to hear this. Since you are not married and it's your house. Get an attorney to find the best way to get her out. Go to court and petition for custody of your child. You are not the welfare department and she and her family can make other arrangements but you need to provide adequate notice and use appropriate legal devices. Your gf clearly has problems that are not going away. Does she have a family history of untreated mental illness or does she drink heavily or do drugs? Does she have a sex addiction or other behavioral problems? Does she or her mother work? Does the father of her
    1 point
  21. Legal and physical custody are ruled separately in some cases. Even if one parent has primary custody and the other has visitation, the other parent does not relinquish their legal custody nor should as long as they are a safe person. You still have a say in your child's medical decisions, location (she couldn't up and move out of state with the child randomly, etc) You should have never left your home unless your lawyers agreed/ advised it in the course of divorce. If the guy leaves with just his clothes and laptop vs having the property equitably decided upon. If you leave with just yo
    1 point
  22. Drop the subject with him. He is too young for that crap. You need to lawyer up, you need to establish your parental rights, and you need to cease payments on the house/car pronto. You need to cut off all communication bar the essential on child contact; with this woman, it sounds like she is after all the assets and is using your son as a weapon. Cut her off. Give her nothing.Take your power back.
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