Originally Posted by Dust.
Take both to prom.
Absolutely none of the issues you have with your husband are relevant to the situation. If you're leaving him, I'd still recommend taking time to be on your own before getting involved with somebody new. But if you're not planning to leave, then you need to appreciate what you have..
yeah nice tummies im glad it got through.
If you have any questions i promise i will..
Don't sweat it Trese.... our own LoveRefreshed (whom I adore btw) created a thread this morning about a chick pulling a no show, said he didn't care, but yet chose to post about anyway..
i love that sassy smile of lefty uuuu.
Cute little ibt. (and yes, someone is dead in the background).
Then there was this other woman, whom I'll call C, who he'd been friends with a long time but never had a sexual relationship with. He had told me in February/March that their relationship was becoming more flirty and he thought they might hook up..
True, I'm not saying that it's not reasonable to want to guard one's heart, but honestly, if a guy wants to use you that badly, he'll figure out a way to do it in the worst way, I think. Playing intentional games and purposely playing "hard to get" may actually backfire on a girl not wanting to be hurt...
gr8 ass 2nd from left in white shorts.
The child did nothing wrong. He shouldn't need to hold the ill feelings against her - he should be placing them where they belong = onto you..
I don't know how my pics don't get in, they're just like this one..
I’m really good at..
Yeah whilst I was attracted to her (physically), there wasn't a 'spark' (fireworks like OP says)... sometimes my banter didn't click with her... maybe that's what I blamed the lack of chemistry on..
He say's that he's fine and I'm the one that's not happy. So it's my problem to deal with. I told him if I'm not happy with our current situation than it take both of us to deal with it. He didn't agree. Of course he's happy, I do everything for he while he does nothing for me..