Do you think some people just aren't meant to be in a relationship with anyone?
My SIL (yes, the same one) recently broke up with her BF and has decided she just wasn't meant to be in a relationship and has decided to focus on being single, getting to know where she lives, and her family.View Thread
Boring. DH had to work until 3p so I went to my parents' house and he met us there. On the way there, the van broke down. My dad came and I followed him to their house. Luckily, their neighbor works on cars and he looked at it and was able to fix it for $160, a heck of a lot less than any mechanic would have charged.
We didn't do any fireworks but I swore that next year we are. It's not the 4th of July for me without fireworks; watching them on tv doesn't count.View Thread
IslandL, you've pretty much described my SIL. We think she picks the wrong men or falls for them to fast. Her last BF she had met at a time when she didn't want a relationship and told him that. They had already slept together and he said some real nasty things (she was "too big" down there and her boobs sagged) yet she still became his girlfriend later.
We're wondering how long this phase will last. She goes through these phases, saying she just wants to be single and concentrate on herself, usually after breaking up with someone. After a few months, she meets someone and the cycle starts again.View Thread
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