I think it's so rude to take a baby/toddler to certain places, I always hate when parents do that. What I mean with places: the cinema (especially to watch an adult movie), a play (especially when it's a school play and the students are nervous enough already, without someone loudly screaming every time someone on the stage tries to say something), generally every room that's quiet like waiting rooms (only if there's the opportunity to go outside with the kid until it has calmed down). Especially for the first two, I just... how do you get the idea to bring your baby with you!? How? Why don't you get a babysitter or a family member to sit the child? I understand that not all parents have family available at all times or can afford a babysitter, but do I really have to go to that movie if I know I'll potentially ruin it for a hundred other people?
My ex friends are nothing like me, I see it now. All they want is to get drunk all the time and go to concerts. But I'll admit that I feel like a stranger around other people.
My girlfriend and I have been exclusive for about a year. It wasn't long after her breakup with her ex that we got together, and sooner yet after my breakup with mine. We've known each other and been friends for over two years, so we talked about personal topics while we were both dating our ex's. She told me from the beginning that after she had time to really process her breakup, she planned to "have all the fun she could," so I guess I should have known all along what I'm about to confess. She made a male friend who quickly became obsessed with her. When she realized he was touched with a mental disorder, and after he became too much, if you will, she distanced herself from him, eventually closing him out altogether. She even had me help her with this, whether it was showing up to a place they'd be on a date (with my own date) to release some tension, or asking him to leave her alone if he approached me at a bar while she had gone to the bathroom. This was while her and I began to casually date. I was fond of the guy, despite his over-the-top eagerness to be in the life of my at-the-time crush (currently my girlfriend). I was nice to him. Friendly, even. Anyway, after I got the idea to introduce him to my little sister, who has the same disorder as him, my girlfriend said she has something to tell me in person that wasn't ever relevant, but now is, to my own doing. That's when she told me that she had sex with the guy, and took his virginity... I was upset. I'm only human, after all. I didn't get angry with her, though. The way I see it, she did nothing wrong. It was technically none of my business. I just became silent for a few minutes so that I could place that unexpected fact into my reality. Process it, and then accept it. Honestly, I thought I was the only guy she slept with after her prior relationship, so there was that disappointment as well. We went to bed shortly after that conversation. I had told her that it's okay. I admitted that I was upset, but that I also know that she did nothing wrong. I told her to just give me a bit of time to process, and that was that. Before we fell asleep, I told her that I had missed her. She works 12 hour shifts for 7 days in a row, between 7 day breaks. I told her that a friend of mine thinks we're cute together, and that it's easy to see that we care about each other from an outside perspective. I confessed how bored I get when I'm not around her, and how everything fails to generally fullfill me when I don't see her. I also admitted that I'm uncomfortable expressing that because I'm scared to squeeze her like a bar of soap... It doesn't matter that she slept with him and kept it from me. She had a life before I came into the main picture. But I'm stuck in a personal debate. Is it really okay for her to have kept that from me? I guess I'm not 100% sure... Let me know your opinions, and thanks for reading.
I don't know what to do. My tarot cards tell me not to be relying on anyone but myself but I have no idea how to do that.
I'm an adult and I still watch barney . I still watch age appropriate shows but I like the innocence of barney
I always wanted to go to a therapist. I'd take my family too. However, my mother always says that it's for "crazy people" despite my effort's of explaining to her that she's wrong. My father never listens to me so there's that. I wonder how would they react if I ask for a therapist for my birthday? ●▪○▪●
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EXPLICIT I want to tie Anatoli to a recliner, blindfold him and edge his cock for an hour. No gag needed, I want to hear every little noise he makes as he writhes in pleasure~ After I finally let him cum, I'll lie him down and sit on his face.
My brother's natural smell smells like pee to me... They do say that your own relatives' smell is typically the least pleasing to you.
I always keep my problems to myself because if I tell to anyone, it gets worse.