All my friends think I shouldn't be with my boyfriend. To be clear, my friends aren't assholes who try to interfere with my life; it took them quite a while to speak up because they didn't want to ruin it for me just because of an opinion they have. But then they slowly started questioning me about whether I'm *really* happy? And don't you, I don't know, want to try dating some other people before settling down? Recently they went as far as giving me an intervention. What really was the killing point for me though was when this one guy, who's dating my friend and had met my boyfriend and me for the very first time, later apparently said to her: "he's terrible, please tell your friend to ditch him". Like... It's one thing if my friends have this opinion, they might be biased, but if a total stranger has this impression upon meeting us the very first time... Now the thing is, I love my boyfriend and I don't see any problem in our relationship. I never did. But after this I do and I don't know how to deal with it. I don't even know what exactly it is that people don't like about us - they always say that they "can't really explain", but I guess they just don't want to so they don't hurt my feelings. I don't want to tell my boyfriend because it would hurt him a lot, so I don't have anyone to discuss this with and I don't know how to deal with it by myself. By the way, my family, on the other hand, love my boyfriend and constantly tell me that I should do everything to keep him.
What happens if a father owes child support but the mother dies, then the kids turn into adults? Is money still owed? To whom?
My ex has met the perfect man for herself.
im 14 f im addicted to playing daddy daughter online with men 40 or more old until we explode with cum i did it 7 times today now i want again
My mom is a lesbianphobic but she loves gay people (male gays) because she grew up always having a gay friend. But lesbians, she's scared of them and doesn't want to be next to one. Her perception of lesbians is like a tomboy. I'm a lesbian and is not a tomboy and it's sooooo hard for me to just tell my mom this because she'll probably stay away from me. I love my mom so much she's like my best friend and she's loving and kind. But I do know the reason why she's scared of lesbians. And even I would be traumatized if I experienced what she had experienced in the past and what the experience had done to her. She's open to many things but that phobia. And it's not that she hates lesbians because it's what they are but it really just has something to do with her experience and as I said it's really that awful! But I'm in the middle of a conflict of telling her about me at the same time just keeping it a secret to actually not worsen her anxiety.
i always get used, like i go out with girls and im so nice to them and everything is perfect. they tell me how much they like me and how much fun the had. after a few days they block me. this has happened way too many times and im sick of it. i try not to get attached but i cant help it. like ill do anything for the people i like but they just wont do the same for me. idk whats wrong with me or what im doing wrong. i can feel myself becoming sad and depressed again. :(
I suspect that my mom might have told my coworker that I have a crush on him. He for some reason brought up to her out of the blue that he has a girlfriend but he wants to keep it a secret (which she passed on to me). And he's been kind of distant with me ever since she told me that. I'm feeling paranoid and thinking maybe she told him I like him and then he told her to tell me he's not single so he wouldn't have to reject me. I mean if she shared his secret, why wouldn't she share mine? I'm mad if she did because I was totally fine with just being his friend and him never knowing about my love for him, but if he knows I like him and feels awkward around me now, I have no chance at staying friends with him. But there's no way I can ask her without pissing her off, and I can't ask him because she might not have told him and then he'd definitely know. idk I know this sounds dumb and I feel like I'm 13 again going over this in my mind, but I'm really upset by this. He means a lot to me.
I have no idea what people who are in long term relationships talk about. After a certain amount of time, you've already told every story, shared every detail about yourself, had every discussion about every opinion you have... if your job isn't something super special, you don't have that either, and unless you have a lot of friends, I don't see a single topic of conversation left. Of course there's always new stuff happening, but those barely are enough for a little "honey I'm home how was your day" chit chat. What do you talk about when going out? Do you stop sitting outside on warm summer nights while talking forever?
Ladies, I’m looking for advice on birth control. My old birth control pills were ridiculous and made me not want to have sex with my boo which is really annoying. Now we just use condoms. What has worked for you guys besides condoms?
I'm not sure how to word this properly, but I really want to share my excitement somewhere... I think I'm in my first poly relationship. I'm kinda dating this girl who has a boyfriend and he knows me and likes me, he's okay with her dating me and even encourages her to. I say I'm kinda dating her because we do everything a couple would do- we've even agreed that if we officially "declared" a relationship nothing would really change- but we haven't taken that step and officially declared it either. But she says she considers me her girlfriend, so I consider her mine too. And it feels so nice. I love her so much. I know a lot of people frown on poly relationships or think that it's cheating somehow, but no one is sneaking around here. No secrets are being kept. No lies are being told. It really is possible to love more than one person. And I'm so happy to be part of that.