Where would you have suggested to him that he should go to when we lost our home? Now keep in mind Im only 31 well on Jan 7th anyway and both my parents are dead all grandparents and I am an only child. He has a mom in a nursing home no other family he could go to. The county I live in only has one homeless shelter and its only for battered woman and children. Same thing in the county he lives in too. I told you the places we live the majority of the people act like its so perfect that we dont have a homeless problem when in fact we actually do have one. He wanted to go to some of our friends and ask if we could both move in but I suggested he kust ask darla what she thinks about it so he and I spoke to her together. Everyone here is making it out to be like I don't know anything, making me feel like Im stupid, like you all are just putting me down. No one has asked any questions to get more info about it. When I first saw this site I saw all these really nice people and they were also talking about things like this, other things that aren't considered good, etc No one got this smart with them and it really bothers me that you and the other girl posting on this are. I put in the discussion NICE people. If I wanted thrown under a bus I would walk out in front of one. View Thread
So once his garnishment is done, I have a job, and his debts are paid....we shouldnt be together then? Love is unconditional, and not based on what money I believe we will or wont have someday. Im not rushing anything I am going to make sure all I can that we are stable money wise before we try to move back in together. Either way I have to get my own place cause the friends im living with are my ex boyfriends parents. Theyre like family to me but I want a place of my own. Even if we dont get married or ever move in together I stil dont see why i cant date him or be with him as long as the divorce is finalView Thread
HIs pay day is already being garnished now for a credit card from where he had to fix his sons car back after the wreck. When he and I moved in together i handled all the money bills etc so i know what he makes vs the cost of living for us. He doesn't make that much to start with. He's tried his best to get a better job but this is the worst small town ever. So his age, the number of people trying to find jobs who are unemployed now and the fact that people there keep hiring younger employees doesn't help at all. The reason we moved out of our home when we moved in together was we couldn't pay the bills and I could not find a job. So I do kinda understand why he is staying, helping me with a joint account to save up money, he puts money in and never takes it out. I keep up with what we have and all that. Ever since they decided to put a pharmacy school and law school in the county the rent has doubled due to greed of people wanting the rich kinds parents money who are coming here from all over to attend those schools. People have complained since it started over that cause families are leaving here to find work and decent rent. They couldnt have put those schools in a worse place. All they had there were disabled coal miners and construstion workers, wives who are forced to work when their husbands get hurt or retired from the mine, or teens working to help support familes. so it's not as easy as it would be maybe some place else to move out or find work and to make it. The town is so small that when the wal mart came the local newspaper had a count each week that showed how many days it was til it opened. Seriously they are lucky to have a senior class of 35 kids graduate from the high school each year. The county he lives in is where i grew up so I know all about it. The one I live in is a little bigger but not by much. It's just as bad where I am as where he is. That is why I am more understaning with him about it. That and I have actually helped to fill out job applications on us both, plus went for support to interviews with him, etc.View Thread
My fiance is 50 years old and is pretty good shape physically. After he has an orgasam he endures horrible leg pain in both legs above the knees on the back of both legs and extreme dizziness. I am very worried about him. Please tell me does anyone know what may cause this or what I can do to help him? He will not go to a doctor. It takes an act of congress to get him to see a doctor cause he hates going. We live in a very rural area with few doctors here. Going to any kind of specialist would require us to travel. However I wanna know if I need to find one and force him to go or what else can I do to help him. ThanksView Thread
Oh I am very sorry. I'm a new member here, only posted twice so I did not know we had a Urology section. I just wanted to start a discussion about it in a neutral place instead of a place that deals with one certain topic or specialty. I guess I should learn more about the site before posting. I apologizeView Thread
Okkk...I really don't understand how you figure that. She knows everything that is going on, is not at all happy with him and wants the divorce as well. The only reason they are living in the same house is cause they made a huge amount of debt together and instead of him walking out on her and just saying oh well he is actually trying to help her get it all paid off. So if you could kinda tell me more of what you think I would be greatful . Happy HolidaysView Thread
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