I am currently in a commited relationship and have known my sig other for almost ten years but only dated for 5 total off and on. Now we have kids together and are soon to be married. Although this was the one for me i still felt like our relationship needed an added spice or boost in the sex department. The only way to stay sane and not step outside the box was to keep focus and try to spice it up on my own with flowers and rosepedals in the tub the whole shabang..Its up to you to make a relationship last once you two are on the same level..She then caught on to the fire that we were missing and immediately began to change each situation is different..what would you do?View Thread
Wow..well it seems like you finally listened to your inner self and made that change..I always say its a 90 Day rule with no contact or communication, this would help you realize if he is really a sig piece in your life..I'm proud you had the courage to get outof an unhealthy situation..Yo Go GIRLLL... View Thread
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