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onward and upward. i choose to see good in this only. i support your choice.

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I see some of the most trash ass people finding awesome relationships...I mean, how did you pull this off??? Some of us out here are really deserving of someone, but the trash sucked out all energy needed to pursue such. We are forced to rebuild ourselves, while they move on with their lives, and carrying on, and possibly ruining somebody else...You are a waste of life, who's winning...Am I the only one who feels this way????

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  • Well to me it honestly doesn't sound like you're any more deserving of anything than the people you talk about.

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im literally the worst at comforting people, all i do is stay silent and awkwardly pat their back. i dont know how to deal with emotions

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  • It's very hard to find the right sentence.

  • That's most people

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A mutual friend told me today that my boyfriend behaves the way he does because he stopped caring and he hasn't cared for years. The realization hit me that he probably never has. I'm starting think he doesn't have the ability to actually love someone. It believe he's just one of those people that can't be alone and he's just settled for me because I love him.

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  • Maybe talk to him about this before you jump to conclusions assuming his thoughts and emotions? That's a heavy accusation.

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my boyfriend acts like such a bitchmade pussy. it gets on my nerves. I even told him I'm a traditional woman but he was raised by a single woman so he acts like a girl and it forces me to fill in the male gaps only cause i've seen it unlike him. today i just wanted to smack him upside his head, and I almost wanted to pick something up and bust his head open with it. he gets on my fucking nerves

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  • It's like I wrote this post but nah, I'm having the same fucking problem. I have 2 brothers I was really super close to, closer then my sisters, so I grew up really tomboyish until I hit my teens then I started doing a like makeup and shit. My boyfriend was raised mostly by a single mom and his grandma, he had a couple "dad figures" but they don't seem to have helped him at all. Plus he has only brothers, and some how he picked up almost nothing manly from anyone.

  • So break up with him and find someone who is more your type. You can't change someone else, nor do all men have to be traditionally masculine. But if traditional masculinity is what you want from a boyfriend, you just have to find a guy who is like that without anyone else forcing him to be like that.

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I'm a Scorpio lady and I am dating this ♋ man. The sex is good, but that is the only good thing in the relationship. All he shares with me is how he wants to have sex with me. Like I'm some sort of buddy call, no dates, nothing just sex. That not how I see myself in a relationship.

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  • Stop taking horoscopes seriously, lmao. They do nothing but say half true things about everyone and then people gravitate to that like sheep, thinking it's true. Look for an actual relationship without relying on this bullshit

  • You're a fuck buddy, not a girlfriend...

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I wish my husband could see, that his brother is in a way using him, bringing his wife and daughter for vacation, the same time with his cardiologist appointment. When I persuade him to fullfil the appointment with a cardiologist for a consultation. But no, he's angry with me, and when he's in pain I have to take extra care for him. Can his brother's wife be more understanding, because this happened before, she always wants to come this time. I don't know how to explain this to his brother or his wife, about this.

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I feel like I have lost my will to keep fighting for my marriage. 20 years married to a woman that I feel I never really knew. 20 years fighting for, it's finally dawning on me, her to love me. Why did it take so long to realize she loves what I do for her, what I represent, my loving her. Yet she has never actually loved me or I wouldn't have spent all this time fighting for her love.

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  • sorry. heartbroken 4 u

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ever have the gut feeling that you are in a battle you can't win not to mention one you shouldn't even be fighting

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  • Every time neighbors on either side of me get into some kind of passive aggressive fight with each other.

  • Sekiro

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I possibly have the most perfect boyfriend for me and this summer for college we are only going to be able to see eachother once a week if not then bi-weekly. I am terrified that we are going to drift apart. I'm unconsolable and even when he reassures me there's always that doubt in my mind that after summer we will not be together. I've been crying for so long and so scared at this point I kind of just want to end relationship so that I wouldn't be as hurt as what I am right now.

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  • Listen... I've been in several long distance relationships. I'm going to be honest with you. It's not easy, but seeing someone once a week... is so often. I wish I could have seen any of my partners even once a month. That said, it's okay to miss him and worry about him, but realistically, in a healthy relationship, you should be able to function without your partner for a while. If you can't and you really depend on him that much, you might want to work on that.

  • Your fear isn't irrational unfortunately. But fortunately, you can work against it. Being apart might separate you in some ways, but try not to see it as a loss; see it as a wonderful opportunity for both of you to find yourselves, make experiences you can tell each other, learn to be without each other to both contribute to a more fulfilling partnership later and to be able to truly appreciate aspects of being together that you never appreciated before. Time apart can kill a relationship, but it almost always only does because it wasn't meant to last anyways or because of insecurities.

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