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Date: September 21, 2022

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  1. Come on man! Do not get back with her. She was trying to do better and it didn’t work out for her. She will cheat again, you know this.

  2. Sounds like your boyfriend is a narcissist. He is not okay and this is something you just can't get back from. He is a pathological liar and does not give a shit about you. He just knows you won't leave and WILL do it again.

  3. The majority of people aren't going to be happy with their spouse if they've gotten themselves into a mess at their job and it affects them overall financially. How is she outside of this? If this has been going on a year, was she supportive at first?

    Also

    I accept the burden of male performance and that no one really cares about man's a problems/struggles (except the Lord)

    This simply isn't true just because your wife isn't seemingly caring about your struggles at work. This has nothing to do with gender/sex.

  4. Unresolved Trauma usually doesnt indicate not feeling love for a person romantically…. usually it means you have certain triggers and maybe some specific problems and that you go to therapy. Not that you lead her on, lie to her and hurt her.

    As long as you do not get help for your problems you will produce trauma for the people that love you at some point…

  5. They are though. When you listen to them you give them space.

    Stop making things harder on yourself then crying about it. You have options. Your mother is trying to help. You're intentionally sabotaging everything then going “seeeeee?”

    Here's the honest truth – people don't like you because you're making yourself to be an unlikable person. You have the option to be better. You can be a better person.

    It has nothing to do with appearance or height or anything else. It's the personality you're forcing. And that's something you can work on with the therapist. If you ditch the unhealthy mental habits you'd be able to have connections and friendships.

    You just don't want to because that actually takes effort.

  6. Did you guys talk about stuff at all before moving in together? This seems like part of a larger conversation that should have happened before the move.

  7. If I am honest this is deeper than this conversation, she has some deep rooted issue in there, possibly to do with your relationship, possibly insecurity.

    As for the friendship, maybe time to let it be for a while, and a while might become a lifetime.

    I had a friendship like this, and he became homeless, I allowed him to move in with a friend and I when I was 21 and in the end he repaid that by trying to kill us, I kid you not. Our friendship also died that night.

  8. That’s exactly how I feel. I’m worried about long term when we have kids. I feel like he just wants it his way 🙁

  9. she’s totally finessing you. i’d even go so far as to say it sounds like she’s using you for some extra spending money. there’s literally no reason for you to be paying rent, to HER and not even to her parents, at that.

  10. If you can't bear to tell him to his face, go to couples counseling and say it there. Either way you have to tell him his eating habits and hygiene are unacceptable

  11. after I left around 10am V-day, he did text me around 6pm and just asked how my day was. I took a selfie with the flowers he got me. He text me a goodnight text a few hours later. I called just to say goodnight and ask how V-day with his kids went. Then we talked about plans Thursday (tomorrow-we have a date night planned at Avalon for our 2 month anniversary) and I casually asked, “we're good right? i know i had a breakdown but i loved spending time with you as always.” he responded with that he was glad i had fun meeting all his friends.

    In hindsight, me just tacking it on at the end and bringing it up again made the conversation worse and I got off the phone feeling like an idiot.

    I very well may be just being my overly anxious self tho.

    Do you think I should bring it up again or just see if it falls off the wagon by itself?

  12. I have anxiety, depression, pcos and insomnia and he uses all of this against me. I really have no idea what to do to try and fix this. He says it is unfixable but I don’t see it.

    He says it's unfixable and you have just basically said the exact same thing. But you should both at least try couples therapy.

  13. He cheated on her with you, and now you are being cheated on with her (or he’s cheating on both of you).

  14. Your husbands response is very telling. I can’t stress enough how important it is to go slow with these types of things and feel out how you actually feel before coming to an agreement. Create your profiles together, be clear in your bio that you are a COUPLE trying an open relationship together (but separately, or a throuple, what have you). Set up your first dates on the same night so one of you isn’t sitting at home wondering what’s going on. Create boundaries if you have to – Are you spending the night or are you expected to come home to your partner each night? Are you “dating” or just sleeping together? How far do you get to take relationships? Will feelings be involved? Can you see the same person more than once? Immediately jumping from breaching the subject, “all jokes aside,” to on a dating app shows that your husband is more concerned about fucking everyone he can, then having a healthy open-marriage. You telling him the way you felt about the app and his response is not a healthy open relationship. Open relationships don’t work without constant communication and support from your main partner. That’s why so many fall apart.

    Open relationships only work if BOTH (and all future) parties involved agree and are enthusiastically on-board 110%. You have to put your marriage at the forefront of any other partners you may have – and on day one, your husband has not done that. Unfortunately, your marriage is likely over now because there will be broken trust and pain going forward. I’m so sorry, OP.

  15. Men want women committed to them that they refuse to commit themselves to them. It's misogyny.

  16. When I have tried to bring up my feelings, he says I am just overthinking everything. But he hasn't been really reassuring.

    I see this a lot in posts; you try to have a discussion, he dismisses your feelings and the conversation ends. You need to push a little further.

    My suggestion is to talk to him about what you need from this relationship whether its phrased in terms of actions he can take or the way certain actions will make you feel. Then, ask for his feedback or impressions based on what you have said and listen to him.

    You may be a person that needs a partner who is more connected to you (not 24/7, but more than what you're experiencing here), even after the honeymoon phase wears off. When you're friends, its not constant interaction or being around each other, so its easier to manage. Relationships require compatibility, compromise and balance. The only way you will figure out if he's right for you long term is if you attempt to communicate about it and not stop at the waters edge because it's a difficult conversation (or let him stop).

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