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  1. Did you expect people to encourage you to cheat on your girlfriend? Did you hope people would encourage you to mess around in someone else's relationship? ๐Ÿ˜• Serious question. Okay, to be fair, let's answer your specific questions: 1) Should I leave my gf and chase the girl that I'm still into: - YES, end things with your girlfriend for reasons I stated in another post above. NO, you don't chase the other girl because she's already in a relationship. She has a boyfriend. You have no business there. 2) or should I wait for a while until something changes in her life (or mine)
  2. You should leave your girlfriend .... because she does not deserve being in a relationship where her boyfriend (you) is chasing after another taken woman and in the same breath claims that he "loves" her. Do her a big favour and end it. Then take a good long break and stay single to get yourself sorted out. Monkey branching from one relationship to another will always backfire on you - even more so when you start messing with people who are already in a relationship. You have no place there.
  3. Totally agree. OP, it is fairly clear that you're going to go ahead and do what you want to do - nevermind who gets hurt in the process. It's purely selfish and self centred. You really need to look in the mirror for a long time. Do you feel proud of yourself? Do you see dignity? Do you see self-respect? Do you see good morals and values? Sad thing is that going by your responses in this thread you really don't care. Go look in the mirror.
  4. This all sounds so high-schoolish. Just apologize for your part in it and get on with life. Way too much game playing - such a waste of time and energy.
  5. So, if I understand this correctly, you wouldn't really have any issue getting involved with him - being his mistress, having an affair with him "since he is married and can't commit" ?? You're friends with his wife .... yet in the same breath you're contemplating "getting involved" with her husband?? You don't see anything wrong with this? ๐Ÿคจ Trying to understand.
  6. Please, for the love of ......, please do NOT confess your feelings! You say you would never consider putting this couple's relationship in jeopardy - well then, DON'T. Don't be selfish. You have no place there. This is all about respect. Respect other people's relationships. and most of all, have some self-respect. Back off and find someone single. You have no place messing with someone else's relationship. Surely you have other friends to socialise with?
  7. OP, there is nothing to be confused about. At all. It doesn't matter what they are. It doesn't matter how they behave - or how you perceive it. It doesn't matter what they do in their own marriage . It is none of your business. It sounds very much like you want to have sex with this guy. The fact you mention swingers, sounds like you would be interested in that too. I get the strong impression you lead him on when you dance with him, hoping he'll make a move. You need to be honest with yourself here. What you need to do is stop trying to analyze their marriage. You have no
  8. Yep. That was me who split the post from a 14 year old thread. Still navigating how this all works, lol.
  9. He's the last person on earth I'd ever go with on a road trip!! Nope, nope, nope.
  10. ^ THIS. This is the biggest concern of all. Thinking about wanting a baby right now should be the last thing on your mind. Your sole focus should be entirely on being permanently free of alcohol dependency. This can take at the very least a year, probably a lot longer. It needs full-on, determined focus and cannot be done at half measures, in bits and pieces, here and there. That doesn't work. You have to mean it, but like your therapist has observed and mentioned several times, looks like you don't really want to give up the booze. Nothing wrong with wanting children. But the wor
  11. I am not sure many people will be comfortable giving sex advice to a minor (15).
  12. Well, you are struggling with the past on many levels and it is clear as day that you have not been able to deal with it at all (understandable) and it's affecting your entire life and relationships, and will continue to do so if you don't get professional help. A therapist will help you through, step by step, with how to deal with it all, how to cope, to get to a mentally healthy place. As long as you don't get help for all of these issues, you will carry it through to every relationship, which in turn, will ultimately fail.
  13. How can he contact you if you have blocked him?? ๐Ÿ˜•
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