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SherrySher last won the day on December 22 2020

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  1. Wow, what a piece of crap to be doing that while his wife was near by. That is definitely the worst type of man you can find.
  2. You know what, Elinora? I hope one day you fall madly in love with a man, so much so, that you marry him. He becomes your world, your everything and you are truly happy. Then some woman (like you), comes along and decides that it makes sense for her ego, to mess around with your husband. Flirt with him, string him along, maybe even have an affair with him and you have every bit of pain that you are considering giving out to someone else. I mean it sincerely when I say, you should be ashamed of yourself.
  3. Oh, seen that you can't move out. Then stop hanging out with Lisa, find your own friends. Go online if you can't go out. Chat with others online, make connections there. But please don't hurt Jamie and don't confuse Lisa, it's the wrong thing to do and you will ruin so many things on so many levels.
  4. No, you don't confess....you move out. This is a couple, you will ruin lives and hurt people very badly if you do anything about your feelings. It's not your place to say anything. The best solution to all of this is to move out, the sooner the better.
  5. It could be one of two things: 1.) He really is considering a serious future with you and needs time to wrap his head around it all being as it's not a decision to be taken lightly. He needs time away from you in order to see what life is like without you, so he knows for certain where his heart really is and if he can't live without you, or not. or 2.) He's not serious about you, and he is trying to find an easy way to tell you it's over but instead of directly coming out and telling you, he is taking the cowards way out and is slowly easing back from you. I'm not sure wh
  6. What would I do in your situation? I would dump his butt and not look back! If anyone at all says mean things about you, the one person who should be defending you, is your boyfriend. The fact that he is allowing his friends to talk about you this way and treat you this way, shows very badly on him. He is a useless boyfriend and one who does not love you.
  7. He's playing mind games with you. He's not interested in you, but he's keeping you on the line for his ego. He'll treat you badly and ignore you until he's bored or has a bit of time on his hands, and they he will drop you once again. He is a total time waster and will mess with your head. The best thing you can do is block and not look back.
  8. He doesn't love you. You need to re-read that a hundred times over....he....doesn't....love...you! He is a liar, a cheater, a manipulator and he always will be. If he all of a sudden left his wife to be with you, you can be 100% certain that he would be fooling around with another woman behind your back within a year. He replaced you like nothing when you left. This man does not care. He is using you and messing with you. The only one who can stop this toxicity is YOU. Block him, delete him, move away, date someone else, do whatever you can to distract. He is a sicknes
  9. It's not a great situation and if I were you, I'd keep them separated as much as possible. Not only will it help him get over it, but it will help her not feel uncomfortable. Also, don't talk about her to him. I also agree with Smackie, if you ever find yourself in a situation where all 3 of you are together, and he pays more attention to her, that's reason enough to dump him and not look back. Also end things if you stop talking about her to him and he keeps asking about her.
  10. I will share a story as well so you will see that this isn't a rare coincidence. I met a man on a "friendship" site. It was more or less a site that was meant for friendships, but it could be romantic too. This man started messaging me, told me he was single and an architect. He was very handsome, so I was quite happy to talk with him. We messaged for weeks and I started having a crush on him. When we started talking about meeting, he finally told me that he had a hard time admitting this, but that he did have a wife, although they were not together anymore. He said they sh
  11. Unfortunately, this is why online 'relationships' aren't always a good thing. People online, can pretend to be anything or anyone they want to....it doesn't mean it's true. If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, hopefully you will be more cautious and not get emotionally invested until you truly know the person. And by knowing them, I mean spending loads of time with them in person and finding out 100% that they are who they actually say they are. Meeting family and friends will help prove as well that they are who they say they are. Online can be a nice distraction,
  12. Just wait until a situation comes up where language is really necessary, such as a fight, a misunderstanding or an emergency, it will be a HUGE problem, trust me. In theory, it's nice, and being as you're still in the honeymoon phase, it doesn't seem like a big deal, but as time goes on, it will definitely become more and more frustrating. Just imagine a power cut and data runs out, (or something along those lines), and you have no apps to help communicate). It happens! Add into it, that should she ever want to move, there's a good chance she will be forced to learn English (an
  13. Talk to both of them again. Tell your fiance that he MUST try to forgive her and give her one last chance because your family is very important to you. Tell your sister she MUST stop her bad behavior or there is going to be serious problems between you and her where she won't be in your life anymore. If either of them don't agree or refuse to be reasonable, then cut the one off (or both!) who is refusing to try to make things work. Stick to your guns.
  14. So her fears weren't unfounded. She didn't want you talking to your ex because she felt you and she were still attracted to one another...and you were! I'm not seeing how this is her fault. I actually feel sorry for her, she got caught in the middle of you and your ex.
  15. You want the truth, it's only going to get worse. He's an alcoholic, hun and he's not willing to admit to it, or get help for it. He's bordering on abusive and in some cases, straight out abusive. You are enabling him as you keep allowing this treatment and keep allowing him to go out and behave this way. What you tolerate, will become your reality. You have asked over and over and he is not willing to budge on improving anything. This relationship needs to end. He is being irresponsible, abusive and just a bad partner. No one needs to live with this kind of mise
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