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  1. Hello all, I have previously received some beautiful advice and compassion from this site, so am drawn to return and gain some insights. The last time I was on this site, I was recovering from the breakup of a three-year relationship. One of my friends (whom I'd 'met' on a meditation forum online, but who lived in America whereas I live in the UK) helped me through this breakup tremendously, encouraging me to look after myself and doing healing work. This friend, who we'll call Neil, was going through the separation of his marriage of 27 years, so he told me. He didn't go into great dep
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  2. ENA has really helped me for the fact that it is unbiased. People don’t have the emotional connection which often blinds us. I really think you’ve had some great advice here, and it’s shame some of you responses have been quite rude. People here are only trying to help you. I hope it works out for you.
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  3. If you have been in contact for a year and a half, and half the time she does not text you for days, what makes you think she's interested in you? You say you have a crush on her, and it sounds like she's not being honest with you. To say "Your texts give me motivation".....motivation to do what? See you in october? That other guy is in her picture for sure.
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  4. Instead of staying up until midnight watching tv, go to bed earlier so you guys can have cuddles while watching tv from bed. Have sex too. Then later on, go to the spare room for sleep time. That would be the best solution. Quality time in the bed first, then sleep second.
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  5. She's definitely bi-polar. Her spells are called mania. Exaggerated behavior, need for ditching everything and moving, wanting to spend money excessively, having tunnel vision, bullying you into getting what she wants...so like my mother. One of my mom's purchases was an RV that was over 100K, she barely used it. She's has her moments where she is so mean, has such a hate for my sister-in-law so she alienated herself from the family. Dude you are in a tight spot. I agree to seek out legal counsel first. Then seek out medical advice on her condition, maybe even get family involved for a inte
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  6. Why did you ask for our opinions if you just planned to tell us how wrong we all are, OP? If you know what you're doing and feel it's working, why have you made 2 threads about it?
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  7. Personally, I would do my best to keep her indoors for several reasons. First, going outside exposes her to getting fleas. This is a health concern. Yes, there are flea collars but they are not guaranteed. Plus, you need to worry about feline leukemia and other viruses. Also, what happens if she gets lost? That happened to one of my son's kitties. He was definitely not a feral kitty based on his behaviour. He was either lost and/or severely neglected or abandoned. Poor little guy was almost at death's door when we found him (or should I say ' he found us') but he is doing so well thes
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  8. Yes, Smackie! Not that I don't like dogs, but I even love the fact that you don't own the cat, the cat owns you. And how!
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  9. Who is paying for this trip? I'm assuming you, if it even happens, which is doubtful. Have you given her money during this time? You're inviting toxic drama in your life, because she hasn't learned anything since she's allows a controlling "friend" to take over her personal social media. When you're not happy in your present, you look to the past to try to find happiness. You've chosen to live in a fantasyland of who this crush from 30 years ago is. Long distance dating is the hardest form of dating there is. As you see, you've invested a year and a half of your emotional energy into someth
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