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Everything posted by SweetGirl28

  1. The issue is this appears to be a game. Like he's a prize to win. You're all ticked off AF at her, for what? Because you want him legally divorced so that you can marry him. That might be a long wait. Long as in, may never happen. I'd not waste my life on that. But it's not mine. It's yours. Do you know there's single men out there? Good men who can commit?
  2. Why should she? I'd bet she lives in the house all comfy he pays for. Why isn't he filing?? Because he doesn't want to. She's not signing papers because there's none to sign.
  3. I'd not be bragging about being with a married man who is a cheat. Hell if I were her I wouldn't take him back either. Saying her new man is a winner means her still husband, your man, is a loser. You know why? Because he burned her.
  4. Ok. The ex. The one who is legally married to him. The mother of his children. The one he built a life with. The one he wanted back but she refused him. The one who will always have his name because she does not need to change it even if they divorce. The one who put him out for philandering. The one who won't sign papers. She's not going anywhere.
  5. That would make you look great, wouldn't it? Shacking up with a married man. One who wanted his wife back but she put him out--------- not his choice.
  6. Blind faith. Blind trust. Disaster in the making. Good luck to you. Honestly. I'm all for things having a happy ending. But they first need to start with a good foundation.
  7. This sounds nothing like love. It sounds like you're getting older and falling back on her because you don't want to be alone. How does one fall in love while not in a relationship with that person?? There's not even any point to NC unless you have attachment issues . End the friendship for what?? You haven't been in a relationship with her for two years. And you had a short one prior. Hanging as friends isn't the same as a romantic relationship. How old is she, just out of curiosity? I don't get the reason behind treating this as a breakup two years after the fact.
  8. Ahh. Well that makes sense now. The boy is 16. So not a child. And can decide where he wants to live. How old is the daughter? I get its nice to have his help, I wouldn't call you a mistress, I would if he was home with his wife every night. Even so, best to cut the cord here for now and see what he does.
  9. I'm confused. If you've know him for this many years, why do you not know the real situation? How did you encounter him again? And when?
  10. You're getting benefits from this, but it's not worth the risk. You might be tying yourself up for years waiting, and he might leave in the meantime. Or never divorce. Don't cheat yourself. If you want more, you have to be not afraid that you'll lose him by leaving. If you do lose him, he wasn't going to stay anyway. I still don't get why she's allowed to not sign! There has to be something amiss here. I'd dig deeper into that. I'm wondering if he isn't putting it off. He already lied to you? Said he was divorced? That's not okay. Red flag there.
  11. Idk!! But now I say keep him!! Lol Sad for the boy though. Kids need their parents. That's the part I'm not okay with in this. A good dad would move to the burbs in a two bedroom, instead of giving you money, no?? Why can't you all move?? I don't get the holdup though. He needs to be divorced.
  12. Why is this? Why does his wife not have their son? Why does he not have him?
  13. If you ever want a chance, don't get in her friendzone. Go away. If she wants you , she'll be back.
  14. Married men are a waste of time. Even separated men are a waste of time. If you want involvement with them, be clear it's casual. Once you invest in them, and they can't, you're on the losing end. They have so much to go through after officially getting divorced. Yep, you're the rebound. He probably cares for you, but as far as ever being more, don't hold your breath. Sorry for being blunt but it's the truth. Most will get divorced, go through the motions of healing, then move on to someone else. Right now you're filling a void.
  15. When you decide for yourself you're tired of letting emotions rule, and your mind wander, and you've had enough hurt, you will reach indifference. How long, anyone's guess. It varies. But know you'll get there. I'm one to hang on until my heart's had enough. When I reach that point, that's it. No looking back.
  16. When you find yourself comparing others to your ex, you're not ready to date. There's good people out there, who can be better, but you'll never see it while hung up and missing someone.
  17. That's how relationships last. Smart man 😘 Seldom do we apply that though 🙄
  18. Congrats!! I'm all for taking once in a lifetime opportunities, but........I'd choose love over leaving. However.....you're questioning your relationship,so I say take the offer. If you weren't, I'd tell you to stay.
  19. Ooh, THAT guy. Waste of time. Seriously.
  20. Ooh....that's what I'm saying too 🙄🙄🙄😳😳😳
  21. Same! He's a jerk! Don't be his puppy on a leash. Flipping player. Be done with him.
  22. I am willing to bet she keeps contacting because now she will worry. Her "hope everything is ok" is indicative of that. Now what?? I think you should have just been upfront. Told her you like her, you understand she's not ready to date, and wish her well for the future. If she said "well I wanna be friends" you could say "I felt I wanted more, so I can't accept trying for friendship" then she'd back off. As it is right now, that doors still open. But.....three dates. Go on from this. Yes she was great but you don't know how long you would have felt that for. Maybe it would have fizzled in a month or two. I do think this girl likes you, I think she wants to lean on you a bit. You don't need that. That's what her friends are for.
  23. Who wants that guy? Yuck! But see, there too, you prove that we as women can see personality as something , even if they don't have all we want physically. Men like that will have young females after him because they see him as symbol. Maybe a sugar daddy type? We women who know better, we can be turned off. It's arrogant. To each his own, but......good luck to him. It just stinks of disrespect, from the eyes of a self respecting female. Love the dishonesty about the age too. Men do that to not be filtered out by the younger ones who search by age. Ok, no more high jacking!! Sorry that happened, but I'm glad you discovered him on another site and saw his true colors.
  24. Same. Like I said, eyes will draw me in. Its where attraction has always begun for me. A man will look from top to bottom, and front and back lol.
  25. I honestly agree with Keyman. I've seen some beautiful women with men that idk how they got them. Women (not all) are more prone to look at security and personality over looks when choosing someone. Seeking a stable partner becomes important. Looks matter to me, pretty eyes, I'm drooling lol. That's what gets me attracted. Men,geez. All of my exes are picky AF. They'd rather be alone than settle for average looks. Have to be a 9 at least in their books. Superficial, at best. And many men I've talked to, they say looks are top priority. It's not a good way to be because looks fade. Then what? If you have a stunning woman with a bad personality, how's that gonna end up long term? It bugs me to no end when older men chase after young women. Tight bodies, plump skin, youthful. It's about the eye and arm candy. We can be that way too, thirties, forties, he'll I've seen some beautiful women in their late 50s who look amazing. Great body and skin, but......we're not 25 , so we are going to age quicker . We are already too old for them. Lol. Funny part, these men who want the knock outs generally don't look so good.
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