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  1. Are you serious? That's what you took from this?

    She went to her husband because they're ALL sick, she was struggling with their toddler screaming and crying in the middle of the night, and you wanna flex about how perfect you are that you NEVER woke your kids' dad. She's sick. She was struggling to manage on her own, in the middle of the night.

    Of course she should have brought THEIR child into her husband. He's the dad. If she needs help he should help. He doesn't deserve special unbroken sleep because he has a penis.

    And seriously, not everyone can just 'have a sleep and smuggle' with their sick toddler. Obviously your kids are as perfect as you, but some toddlers are a living hell when they're sick, made even worse if you're also sick.

  2. When my mom and me started to online with my stepdad, there was definitely adjustments we had to make, but we never had a conversation about it (maybe my mom once told me before moving that we shouldn't walk around in just the towels, I can't remember). I would feel uncomfortable if my stepdad walked around in his boxers of without a t-shirt, I would also feel uncomfortable if my mom was walking around in just a bra. It's your house, sure, but relationship requires cooperation, compromises and common sense

  3. To address the first part, thank you for that context. That's very helpful. In saying that, at least you two were honest with each other, but the problem here is that you pushed forward in the relationship based entirely on potential; potential you had no reason to believe would be realized considering he said he wasn't interested in moving.

    To address the second part, let me now back up and tell you about me; I'm a guy and I'm happily married (to a woman to be fully transparent, but it doesn't matter for these purposes). I tell you this so that you understand I'm not here being negative for the sake of being negative. I love love and I wish you nothing but the absolute best.

    But as it relates to “wasting each others' time,” you need to understand I'm not coming at this from a perspective of being emotionless or that memories made and bonds established mean nothing if things ultimately end. I don't believe that at all.

    The point I'm making is focusing on the very beginning, or at least very early into the relationship. It's also fundamentally important that we're looking through the lens that we're talking about a relationship we view as long term that ideally we want to be forever. As such, if one or both of you knew from the beginning that this was highly likely going to end when you ultimately decided to leave LA, then it's a “waste of time” because you set yourselves up to develop deep feelings knowing it would end it crushing pain.

    You made great memories and enjoyed your time together. Now, you're giving it up. You obviously don't want to for those exact reasons. Let me be clear; I get that this is absolutely devastating, and I'm truly so sorry you're dealing with this. I'm honestly not trying to be a jerk as if it's so easy. But in a perfect world, you don't want to put yourself in a situation where you know you're going to end up hurt. That's honestly not healthy at all.


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