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  1. A long distance relationship is not always doomed, but there must be an end in sight. You two need to come up with a plan to be together again. The plan doesn't have to be set in stone, but there does need to be a plan.
  2. I disagree. He was playing games with her and it backfired. However, OP, that doesn't mean that you can't feel terrible about what happened. I do think you need to see a therapist to get over this. After 4 years, I don't think you can move past this on your own. Seeing a therapist would be the best for you, I think. Does your girlfriend know how you feel? I also find it concerning that you can talk about your girlfriend being "pounded," like she's just some sex object. Please see a therapist, OP.
  3. As others have said, I wouldn't call that a lie, though it doesn't make it right.
  4. If someone is that busy that they don't even have time to see their girlfriend/boyfriend, then frankly, I don't think they have time for a relationship. People have priorities, and when their relationship is a priority, they make time for it. If he's so busy that he can't maintain a relationship, then he needs to be single until he has time for a relationship.
  5. IMO, people just dont disappear for no reason. In your previous thread you said that he just stopped contacting you for 4 days without saying a word about it. People don't do that just because they need space. I have a feeling he is not being honest about something.
  6. I think that 12 months is a long time to be away from someone. If you're willing to be away from someone for 12 months, why be in a relationship at all? Please keep in mind that I'm saying willing. I understand that there are sometimes circumstances that can keep you apart from someone, but to willingly be apart from someone for so long to me means that you don't really want to be in a relationship right now. It sounds like he wants to do his thing and have his freedom, while you wait back home on the back burner, until he's ready for a committed relationship. Let him travel and do his
  7. When I spend time with my stepdad and his new girlfriend, I do sometimes talk about my mom. I do try to be mindful about not talking about my mom too much because I like my stepdad's girlfriend and I don't want to make her uncomfortable, but sometimes it really is just a habit. I wish my parents could be more cordial with each other. I would love to be able to invite them both to the same place, but my mom would throw a fit. She even got upset when I invited my stepdad to MY wedding. I think it's so sad and pathetic that she can't get over her resentment enough to just let her children hav
  8. IMO, (which may be unpopular), when consent is given only because of fear of violence, then it isn't true consent. In what ways is your relationship not the same?
  9. I don't think he slipped up. What I do think was going through his mind was, "better to apologize than to ask for permission." So yes, he did lie by omission at first, and then brought it up later when they were already on a trip together, thinking that he could just get away with it by saying, "But I thought you'd be cool with it!"
  10. Is he a good dad? I know a lot of people advise that you should work it out for the sake of your child, but IMO, that's not always the best thing. His response to you saying you want a divorce is worrying to me. Threatening to kill himself is emotional abuse and saying stuff like "now he's talking about how he should be punished and how he feels like he destroyed our marriage" is also emotionally manipulative. Or this thought I'd be OK with it "he has to pay for it" "he has to suffer for it" "he has to live with it. So basically it's your fault and he's going to guilt trip you about it
  11. If you two are so different, I wonder how compatible you'll be in a relationship. I'm not saying that you can't go for somebody who is different, but it does make things very difficult in a relationship, and relationships are already hard enough. Second, you need to work on your confidence yourself. Getting a girlfriend won't fix that for you.
  12. Agree with this. Your hatred and anger is directed towards the wrong person. Cheating is a terrible thing to do, but I won't say that all cheaters are horrible, terrible people. I don't think there is a "cheater profile" either. I don't think you become a cheater like it's a personality trait. Sure, there are some people who are constant cheaters, but for the most part, I think it happens when people are really unhappy in their relationships. We don't know the situation between your mom and your dad. Most likely their marriage has been so unhappy that your dad has been looking for an e
  13. Hey BW, I'm sorry to hear all this. Why do they want you to stop mirtazapine and why start propranolol? Do they want you to start a beta-blocker for your heart or is it for the anti-anxiety effects? If you feel comfortable doing it, please PM me. I do know a little bit about cardiac issues. Feel better. =/
  14. I'm not sure what you mean by a sex twitter account. What exactly does he post? Why do you find it upsetting?
  15. You can't expect someone to save you from your PTSD. You mentioned that she left you when you needed her the most. That's a huge responsibility to put on someone and she probably doesn't feel capable of taking care of your needs either. I think you really need to take some time to work on your PTSD and just focus on yourself.
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