Thank you DfromSpencer for your compassion! Yes he needs to grow up and probably never will. I've moved on and a wonderful good man that never married, has grown up and has found me and it's true love and loves my daughter also. When you're ready for love it will come your way! View Thread
I just ended a 16 yr marriage with one child together relationship with a man as you are describing. He was bipolar and never took meds and your guy sounds the same. I loved him but I can't be with him any more it was taking a toll on my spiritual and physical well being. I found out too late I am unable to handle a man as such. I didn't listen to the warning signs and flags within myself.Listen to the voices that say "I'm not comfortable with that" and pay attention to the warning signs within yourself if you have any. You'll be glad you did. I'm 56 and trying to start over. It's harder now.View Thread
Sy; yes you should. This type of behavior is very typical of someone feeling guilty of cheating or seeing another person. I hope this doesn't make you feel worse but I don't sugar coat and I've been married twice to cheaters. No more. I 'm fixing that and divorcing the second and almost free and have found out they can't be changed unless they want to. You need to work on your self esteem such as I . Move on. Find your own inner strength and get fulfilled by your friends, family, and your work in life and soon enough you will be strong enough for a healthy relationship and not a non-healthy one. Good Luck!View Thread
As long as the opposite sex person is not single and the mate is good friends with the other spouse otherwise you're opening up a problem to start to happen. Why do men and women get together, it's the sex thing, there is an attraction. Every male friend I had wanted to bed me down. I'm sorry but if you're friends with the opposite sex someone wants more or they would be hanging around with the same sex.View Thread
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