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  1. Have you asked her to find a job to help you with expenses? If so, what did she say about that?
  2. It means that it's not necessary to assign another meaning to what he says. He's done.
  3. When you're just not feeling it, you don't need to build a case.
  4. I wouldn't be confused at all. His unspoken answer was 'no'. I'd be kind whenever out paths cross at work, but that's as far as I'd take it. He's a co-worker.
  5. Speaking only for myself, I'd never ask anyone to move away from a terminal relative. You just can't make up for that later.
  6. So glad to hear that you ended up with the thorough and careful people rather than the place that didn't even vet you while trying to hire 5 others. That DOES sound like the place you're leaving! Bigger congrAts than the first! Thrilled for you! Cat
  7. Even if a guy brings rainbows and unicorns into my life for a few months, that doesn't mean that I won't walk away if he morphs into a withdrawn Shmoe down the road. I can appreciate sticking with someone through some grief, but not if he turns it against himself, his future and most importantly, against YOU. All relationships being voluntary, it's up to each of us to recognize when we're being taken for granted. We can learn whether a partner truly values us by raising our feelings on the matter, and if this prompts a heel dig rather than a positive change, then it's up to us to dec
  8. Which is the 'he' who told you to move out, your son or your husband?
  9. If a lover ever told me that he would be happier with me if I'd only say nice things to him sometimes, would I waste that opportunity, instead, by defending my reasons for not complimenting him? That makes no sense.
  10. When I was the daughter's age, my Dad's GF (and later wife) won over my sister and me by staying away during our time with Dad unless invited. My Dad introduced us on a few occasions by saying, "We've been invited to J's for some games and a meal. Would you like to go?" We weren't all that thrilled but also wanted to make my Dad happy. During those visits she treated us like honored and treasured guests, and we had fun with her. But she'd continue to stay away unless my Dad made it feel like our idea. "We can get some pizza while we watch the game. How would you feel about inviting J
  11. Sounds as though you'd be better off waiting. For a long time.
  12. If I ever felt a need to 'trick' a partner, that would already tell me all that I need to know.
  13. There are plenty of flakes in the world. Best to teach yourself how to spot them and screen them out early. Trying to figure them out is a waste of your time. Have you noticed?
  14. Are you separated or divorced? This could matter to him. A lot.
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