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Birth Date: 1998-04-27

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Date: September 30, 2022

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  1. I get that the kid is 19 but… what a child, hopefully he grows up from that stage because unfortunately a lot of ‘em don’t.

  2. Sorry that your relationship ended but it's best to move on. That whole reason about her saying something was wrong with her is just total BS. It was her letting you off nicely. She didn't want to continue the relationship because she wanted to see other people or just hang out and have fun. She got bored. 10 months isn't that long and that's “better” than a few years or more had the relationship had continued and unfortunately ended.

  3. I agree his anger was unfounded and her willingness to respect the boundary going forward should have ended it

  4. “I personally feel that my views on LGBTQ has not impacted my views or actions with my wife or child.”

    This is incorrect and you know it. Your wife is TELLING YOU that it is. You refute her accusations of homophobia/biphobia by saying you only view her as your wife and the mother of your children. But if you do not affirm her sexuality, you straight-up are not accepting of a part of who she is. By what you're hinting, I take it you view her identity as a sin. Bisexuality is not just some kind of “flaw” you can so chivalrously overlook, it is an identity, a community, and a cultural experience. Most importantly it is a fundamental part of who your wife is.

    “If the LGBTQ stance was the core problem, then I've been lied to for our whole marriage.”

    You have not been lied to because she is telling you that it's an issue! It's also very common for people to grow in confidence about their sexuality over time and frankly, I've known SO MANY bi girls to get in relationships with non-affirming straight men when they have not yet found their footing as an LGBT+ person, but take issue with it as they grow in confidence and pride in their community.

    You do not fully accept and affirm who she is, and you go to a church that probably thinks she is going to Hell and is probably fighting to take away her rights as an LGBT+ person in your region. I personally think churches like yours are even worse, because they'll be “nice” about it while they talk shit behind your back and actively push agendas to make your life worse. And then expect a cookie for not, what, beating you in the street lmao???

    We are living in a scary time for LGBT+ people and you do actually have to pick a side IMO. Is that side gonna be your wife's?

  5. I agree with ur comment and sorry to nitpick, but the man is not 10, but 40, so she is half his age and not the other way around.

  6. “My uncle’s wife, who we know as our aunt” bruh that’s what she is – why is this post written as though the wife of ur uncle is anything but your aunt? Also ? Also: do you think this started before he turned 18?

  7. I’m with him because we both love each other, we live together and other than these stupid fights things are fine . I have a name most people spell wrong but I would think he would fix it .

  8. This was one option, and you’re only 7 months in…. But if you’re so torn and heartbroken why wouldn’t you at least try long distance? How long is a Masters? Couple years? Don’t break up but keep some slim hope that “if it’s meant to be”. It’ll sour every relationship you have until you let it go. But if it was me, I’d at least try the long distance if you feel so strongly.

  9. Thanks!

    Yeah the berating part is tough because I know he wants to be heard and listened to, but at the same time it just feels like he’s saying the same stuff on repeat and it’s not going anywhere. If I don’t say anything back he says I’m not engaging, but I don’t know what to say besides “what can I do moving forward?”

    Maybe he’s not feeling a change from me – I made a comment about buying a bin to organize an area in our home and that set him off – I shouldn’t have brought it up buying it – so maybe that’s the change he’s looking for. So I’m going to be mindful about what comes out of my mouth.

    I think he wants to see action, so next time I get a payment from a client, I’m going to put it in a spreadsheet and show me splitting into money going back into my biz/taxes, savings and bills.

    He’s okay with living here as long as we both hit a certain income goal.

    He’s a great partner and does so much, I know where I need to step up.

    One thing that helps/motivates me is to listen to a book about whatever subject I’m focusing on, so that’s something I’m going to do today.

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    My friend got married 2 weeks ago and has since found out her husband (24M) is not trustworthy and has decided to end their relationship over some issues that have come up over the past 2 weeks. They have been together for 3 years and have a daughter together. She’s asked me to go on her honeymoon with her in just under 2 weeks and I’m not sure if I should go. I just took 2 weeks off from work and would be using all of my leave. But it’s also a free international holiday to country I’ve never been to.

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