I have to agree with putting an end to this in all regards. It seems to me, for me, that this situation is unhealthy for myself/yourself and your family. Not exactly what you want as a role model for your children or for them to be exposed to.
Each state has different criteria for having someone removed or evicted from your home. You can do a google seach for your state concerning eviction or eviction process. Also I would look into small claims court for the cost in all involved for this.
It was H's 4th marriage(3rd legal) and my 2nd. Although I would have like something more than what we had for the extensive history we had/have, I guess I was satisfied at the time. We had immediate family only(my DD was unable to attend due to emergency c-section and H wouldn't postpone)(yes, resentful), in a church, and coffee and cake afterwards.View Thread
As I mentioned, Radio Shack does sell small discrete "Video" devices. They have ones that look like pens, ones that look like car auto start/unlock devices. I think they are reasonably priced but not sure. Under these circumstances I think it may be a worthwhile expense and it will help you all the way around with the instiutes politics and so on.
This is a very complicated situation. Did you know that Wal-mart sells voice operated mini recorders? As does Radio Shack. And Radio Shack sells very discrete small none noticeable video recording devices?
I have not been following this thread. Just bits and pieces here and there. So take what I think with a grain of salt if necessary. There have been issues such as this in the media recently, and even if it wasn't recently it is still a known fact that these situations exist.
Report him!! You can do the work you are working on with a different professor especially when the Dean receives your complaint. School officials take these issues very seriously. And as you are looking for suggestions on how to handle this situation, what you are currently doing isn't getting the message across to him. So you need to get bold for the truth of the situation. Otherwise you are coming across as enjoying the attention he is giving you.View Thread
Again, great insight and suggestions. I can imagine that it may be difficult for some to say 'No', when there may also be a family function, or individual that may stir things up on a regular basis, that in the spirit of the holidays they try to overlook it. All good intended, and the outcome remains the same. Troublesome.View Thread
I love reading these insights you offer. I find that often we, in general, can be so close to a/our situations that we loose sight. For lack of a better term. And at the moment I forget which quadrant of the brain it is that takes over, the one where the emotions and feelings stem from.View Thread
I have to agree with FCL. She's always has great unbiased views. Beings that your relationship started with FWB perhaps that is what he thinks is the current condition of your relationship together. Only a thought. So maybe you should think about what your expectations are for the current situation and then express them to him in a non-confrontational way.View Thread
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