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Thinking of having an affair?

Are you a married person thinking about cheating or betraying your spouse? If you are, here are some things that you may or may not have considered. 550 more words

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TGON Reads: Maybe Someday

In Maybe Someday, Sydney finds out that her long-term boyfriend has been cheating on her with his longer-term friend-with-benefits, and abruptly moves out. Stranded with nowhere to go, she’s invited to live with a guy she only knows from the view of her balcony and a few shared texts. 255 more words

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Awakening

I haven’t re-read my posts for awhile so apologies if I’m repeating myself.

During our recent conversations, which are still difficult, I have admitted to Tom that I don’t believe I’ve ever really ‘let myself go’ with him in the bedroom department. 338 more words

Batteries recharged

Had a lovely holiday with my friend and our two boys got on well, mostly!
I came back feeling a lot more relaxed. Tom told me he’s missed me a lot though I can’t say I feel the same. 234 more words

Episode #175: Romance vs. Jiu Jitsu

Episode #175: Romance vs. Jiu Jitsu (click to play)

In this episode:

Standoff is now a racial slur; social media and getting old; marriage, relationships, and the question of whether monogamy is natural; people aren’t truly honest in their relationships; and relationship advice targeted at Pockets.  31 more words

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John Dehlin and the women problem

In the last few days, there has been a bit of an uptick in discussion regarding John Dehlin. A number of minor (and arguably a few major) revelations have come out of it, but in thinking about the overall impression that I’ve gotten from observing discussions in widely disparate corners of the internet, I think the takeaway is that John Dehlin has a women problem. 7,619 more words

Shitty wife

I found a blog: https://mustbethistalltoride.com/about/
This man has analysed himself deeply since his divorce and he has some interesting points. His open letter to a shitty husband is pretty perceptive. 292 more words