My daughter volunteered to stay with my parents during the pandemic. She said it’s like she’s a mom to two teenagers.
She refuses to wear a mask around me and says I “look ridiculous” wearing one around her.
It has become evident that this woman’s intentions are to drive a massive wedge between our father and his four kids.
Things were good for a while, but as we spent more time together, it became apparent that our futures look very different.
I’m concerned about my drinking. Am I an alcoholic?
The families involved have made suggestions to make me more comfortable, but I think it is a dangerous idea to gather in this way.
I just found a box of condoms in my husband’s sock drawer. They weren’t for our use.
My husband has never been a sympathetic person. I have always accepted this. However, now with the baby, I find myself needing more emotional support.
I am becoming enraged about one of his terrible habits. He whistles ALL THE TIME.
We get along well and are very comfortable with each other. We’re way past the point of being wildly attracted to each other.
Her response was, “And you completely just showed that you aren’t thinking of the other boys, which is sad. It seems like you don’t view my ki…
Her communication style is blunt, straightforward, unapologetic and can be perceived as mean. My communication style is the exact opposite.
We traded messages looking for times to reschedule, and then suddenly I stopped getting any response.
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His parents are very kind people, but they don’t seem to want to allow my partner to grow up and be independent.
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Should I just let them do a good deed for their father without interfering?
If me or my mother are at all “disruptive” by cooking dinner, he will berate us — yelling and cursing.