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  1. I completely love my boyfriend. I’m extremely loyal and I’ve lived through a lot. I’m a disabled army veteran. I’m a Christian, but not a holy roller. I’ve been divorced almost 12 years. I met a “Christian man” with 3 incredible children. I do not have any children of my own and I’m, almost 40. I lived alone, got and paid through scholarships and hard work for my MBA. Never wanted to do online dating, but met a man a yr and a half ago, that I completely love and believed in. Waited a year to graduate, multiple trips... But ultimately moved multiple Stares for him. I’ve been here just over 6 m
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  2. Long story short. Married 35 years. Amazing, well-adjusted kids. Husband is a narcissist. Everything has always revolved around him. He takes 6 week solo vacations every year to hint, fish, and backpack. I love the outdoors, but don't have desire to be gone that long. He also doesn't want me. Even at home, he has solo activities. I do too, but not if they interfere with family. He is always right. Everyone else is wrong. He gets angry if challenged- all the typical narcissist things. A few years ago, he had a major midlife crisis and no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't help him. He took my
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  3. Haha, manipulators gon manipulate.
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  4. Are you excited thinking she wants you back?
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  5. If you have to ask if your behavior is inappropriate, it is.
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  6. Yeah, I agree. I think you had a good opportunity to ask when he asked you whether you were seeing anyone else or not. But it doesn't matter; you can ask any time. One thing to keep in mind is that not everyone truly knows what they want. Sometimes, you discover things along the way. For example, for a long time, I assumed that I wanted a serious, committed relationship. When I did online dating, I put that in my profile. And when people asked what I was looking for in a relationship, that's what I told them. But if you look at my track record from age 20 to 35, my average relationshi
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  7. Invested in what? Another beating? What do you love? The rages? The beatings? Hiding bruises and pretending all is well? The lies? The gaslighting? OP, God helps those who help themselves. Start by picking up the phone, calling an abuse hotline today and getting help to leave this psychopath. Yes, pillars of the community, church leaders are much too often also wife beating lying cheating losers behind closed doors. People to actually stay away from rather than admire. Call your friends and family and tell them the truth and ask for help to get out and get out. Also, get counseling plea
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  8. For a teenager, this is the equivalent of "Ding Dong Ditch" and this level of immaturity is expected from someone her age. However, the fact that you, as a grown man, are engaging with her is very disturbing. People in law enforcement would probably agree. Much like your other threads, you are desperately trying to create a story for yourself from this situation that your ex is still so in love with you that she hacks in to her daughter's Facebook to friend/unfriend you and is 'triggered' by a workout picture. The only proof that you offer that it is your ex is the fact that one of the u
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  9. What, exactly, does this guy bring to your life that makes settling for him worth it? You can walk away at any time and raise your bar on finding someone who deserves you. Are you actually considering trashing everything that's important to you for a guy who models his own lousy advice? If so, WHY?
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  10. Jack, First of all, congratulations on the impending nuptials. I've been married for a long time. I have several sisters-in-law (SIL) and brothers-in-law (BIL). I've learned from Day 1 to stay out of other people's affairs. You need to really mind your own business with all due respect. Other people are grown adults and you need to let them live their own lives including whatever comes their way including their mistakes and poor choices. Their lives have nothing to do with yours whatsoever. You can have compassion and pray for them from afar but you really need to stay out of it
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