• Why am I such a slut?

    Best answer: Well in my opinion I believe you should let that special someone come to you and you should love yourself first because not everyone is gonna Respect you and your needs and it's very rare when a guy really cares about you just remembered that
    Best answer: Well in my opinion I believe you should let that special someone come to you and you should love yourself first because not everyone is gonna Respect you and your needs and it's very rare when a guy really cares about you just remembered that
    14 answers · Singles & Dating · 16 hours ago
  • Why does my boyfriend do this to me?

    Best answer: You need to realize- you are the prize, not him. You're the diamond, not him. If he does not want to put in the work and the effort it takes to earn your happiness, and your trust, then he is not the one. Every man wants a diamond, but not every man deserves one. This man does not respect you as a woman, and... show more
    Best answer: You need to realize- you are the prize, not him. You're the diamond, not him. If he does not want to put in the work and the effort it takes to earn your happiness, and your trust, then he is not the one.

    Every man wants a diamond, but not every man deserves one. This man does not respect you as a woman, and does not appreciate having you like he should. He has already demonstrated his lack of respect by throwing a fit that you did not want to have sex, for that is your right since it is your body, don't force him to have to demonstrate it with further violence, perhaps verbal or even physical violence in the future.

    You need to remember what you are worth. You're a beautiful and an amazing person, and you are wanted and loved, and you deserve better than to be someone's long term fling. Some day, you will find a man who will love you from head to toe for just being yourself, even on the days where your hair is a mess and you're on the floor dying of laughter over something that happened years ago.

    This man is not the one however, and he does not love you. He is controlling and manipulative, and does not appreciate such a diamond as yourself when he has one. I advise breaking up with him over texting, and calling the police if he attempts to come to your house. I would block him on everything once you send the break up text, do not reply to his attempts to win you back or to argue with you over it.

    You must understand, this is not just a problem on him being manipulative, but an issue on trust too. He is not protecting you now, he is the source of the pain. How can you trust a man who is already hurting you, to protect you and love you? He's hurting you. Even if you forgive him, you'll never see him the same way again, and by forgiving him, you're giving him permission to hurt you again. "She forgave me last time, she'll forgive me again."



    I apologize that you are going through this, I understand how you feel, I've been through it before too. Everything will be okay, the pain will soon recede and you will no longer feel anything for him. There is another man out there who you will some day find and love more than anyone you have before, but this one ain't it. It's time to break up with him.

    Best of wishes.
    17 answers · Singles & Dating · 24 hours ago
  • Have you ever had a threesome before? How do you keep your partner from getting jealous?

    Best answer: Nope, not interested and never will be interested in being in bed with the same sex or sharing my lover with another person. That actually disgusts me. I think that the only people who can bear to be with and watch their lover have sex with another person are those who do not possess healthy love for themselves... show more
    Best answer: Nope, not interested and never will be interested in being in bed with the same sex or sharing my lover with another person. That actually disgusts me.

    I think that the only people who can bear to be with and watch their lover have sex with another person are those who do not possess healthy love for themselves or their spouse. If watching your spouse climax from another person's sexual actions with them is not enough to get you jealous, then something is wrong with the relationship wiring in their head.
    93 answers · Singles & Dating · 4 days ago
  • Have you ever stumbled unto other people's secrets and wish you hadn't?

    I learnt that my cousin has been raped when I stayed at his place and he was away. He put a map of his forensic medical exam in the bottom of a box where he also put his old books and papers, which I happened to open (just to kill time). I didn't know what it was when I opened it, as I thought it was his old... show more
    I learnt that my cousin has been raped when I stayed at his place and he was away. He put a map of his forensic medical exam in the bottom of a box where he also put his old books and papers, which I happened to open (just to kill time). I didn't know what it was when I opened it, as I thought it was his old term papers and I wanted to see what he wrote. I only skim the first page and put everything back in. I'm back home now and don't know what I should do, or think. We're like brother and sister, but I couldn't bring myself to tell him what I've learnt. Perhaps he'd be angry, although I didn't mean to snoop and we were in the habit of borrowing things from the other's room when we were still living in the same building. I know he was suddenly very withdrawn early last year, and my aunt said at that time that he was having troubles with his studies, and that it would clear up. I don't even think my aunt (his mom) knew, because no mother could have said that casually (as she did), had she known the real story. I don't know if he has told the police (I don't think so, or we should've heard, right?), or gone to a shrink. He's still with his girlfriend, though, who lives near us. He stayed at her place last Christmas, but I don't think she knows either. I remember telling him during Christmas dinner at my place that he always looked sadder now, and she said (without malice) that it's called becoming an adult. What should be done in my position? I feel sad now knowing this.
    19 answers · Family · 2 days ago
  • Falling in love with someone when you're married.?

    Best answer: Marriage is about making the choice everyday to stay committed. Of course you're still going to be attracted to other people. That doesn't go away just because you're married. But you chose your partner and the idea is that you have to be good enough friends with your spouse to get you through the dry... show more
    Best answer: Marriage is about making the choice everyday to stay committed. Of course you're still going to be attracted to other people. That doesn't go away just because you're married. But you chose your partner and the idea is that you have to be good enough friends with your spouse to get you through the dry spells and sometimes downright boredom. It is a choice you have to keep making over and over again. You can feel these things but you can't act on them if you want to stay married and provide a stable home to your child. The grass always looks greener but it often isn't. Is it worth ruining what you have for something that might really be better off as a friendship?
    27 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • I feel like I'm boring my girlfriend when I message her. How can I make the conversation interesting?

    We never have anything to say but I just want to talk with her so I just say "wyd" "hi" and stuff then just hope the conversation goes somewhere but it normally dosen't so I have to try my hardest to come up with stuff to say but it just ends up boring both of us. Can someone please tell me... show more
    We never have anything to say but I just want to talk with her so I just say "wyd" "hi" and stuff then just hope the conversation goes somewhere but it normally dosen't so I have to try my hardest to come up with stuff to say but it just ends up boring both of us. Can someone please tell me some things and topics I can talk to my girlfriend with?
    40 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 days ago
  • Long distance marriage, dealing with my husband leaving me and moving back to his home town but we are still together.?

    My husband decided to leave our marriage to be closer to his 7 year old daughter that lives 5 hours away. I followed him to try to talk sense but he was over it. I accepted it and a day later he begged for me to stay with him. I agreed. He wants me and my daughter to leave our hometown and live up towards him. My... show more
    My husband decided to leave our marriage to be closer to his 7 year old daughter that lives 5 hours away. I followed him to try to talk sense but he was over it. I accepted it and a day later he begged for me to stay with him. I agreed. He wants me and my daughter to leave our hometown and live up towards him. My daughter has a different dad and is 11 and have a close relationship with her father. I am considering leaving but it feels like my daughter must give up her relationship with her dad so my husband can be close to his daughter instead. He is currently homeless and barely able to provide. I am the breadwinner and have a good paying job. If I leave I risk losing my lifestyle. And jeopardize my daughter having a stable home. I really want to make my relationship work. But the daily pain of it all is wearing me down. My husband is so impatient with how much I miss him and the inner turmoil of feeling left behind and force to choose or lose my husband. Just need advice.
    23 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago
  • Do you think the husband or wife is right in this argumemt?

    Husband: do you need any help cleaning the kitchen Wife: no, and can you please stop trying to be so helpful all the time, I don't need you to act like that Husband: alright sorry, I was just trying to help Wife: *rolls eyes* I'll ask you whenever I need any help, go relax or do whatever you want Husband:... show more
    Husband: do you need any help cleaning the kitchen Wife: no, and can you please stop trying to be so helpful all the time, I don't need you to act like that Husband: alright sorry, I was just trying to help Wife: *rolls eyes* I'll ask you whenever I need any help, go relax or do whatever you want Husband: alright *walks away*
    29 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 2 days ago
  • Which is important for marriage, Race or Height?

    Best answer: Someone’s heart and the way they treat you.
    Best answer: Someone’s heart and the way they treat you.
    117 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 days ago
  • Am I obligated to support my wive's adult son? Did I handle this correctly?

    My wife's son (21) lost his apartment because he got fired from his job last week. My wife decided to voluntarily invite him to live with us. we get along okay. but my wife babies him to death. We live in a 3 bedroom house and we've been living together for a week now and he hasnt even tried to get a job.... show more
    My wife's son (21) lost his apartment because he got fired from his job last week. My wife decided to voluntarily invite him to live with us. we get along okay. but my wife babies him to death. We live in a 3 bedroom house and we've been living together for a week now and he hasnt even tried to get a job. My wife gives him some of our money, spoils him, makes him dinner, cleans up after him etc. I laid down the rules straight forward. I let him know if he doesn't find a job by the end of February, I want him out. He informed me that if his mother wants him to stay and agrees to take care of him he doesn't have to take orders from me. I bluntly and sternly told him that he will do as I say in my household and will support with rent and will work as an adult in my household.
    18 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 12 hours ago
  • Is my mom being too strict?

    Best answer: no she isn't, she just wants you to be responsible in your life
    Best answer: no she isn't, she just wants you to be responsible in your life
    17 answers · Other - Family & Relationships · 2 days ago
  • I have started dating again, 3 years after my wife's death. But she seems almost jealous that I still have love for my deceased wife?

    About a month ago was the 3 year anniversary of my wife's death. It has been a rough road the last few years. But anyway I started dating a few months ago and I met this girl through a mutual friend. It's nice to get out, talk to someone and hang out. But given everything it's hard for me. I don't... show more
    About a month ago was the 3 year anniversary of my wife's death. It has been a rough road the last few years. But anyway I started dating a few months ago and I met this girl through a mutual friend. It's nice to get out, talk to someone and hang out. But given everything it's hard for me. I don't expect anyone to understand. But I do expect people to respect it. A month ago, at the anniversary, I spend time with my in laws. They lost a daughter, I lost a wife and we still keep in touch. I spent Christmas with them. But she was almost insulted that I didn't want to spend Christmas with her. I can see that she has never lost anyone in life, which is good and fortunate. But she almost thinks that losing your wife is like going through a break up. Sure, technically speaking, it is. You break up, you both move on and you don't see each other again. But in reality it's not quite the same. I also have a necklace with my wedding ring on. I can see that it bothers her. She has other wonderful qualities to her but these things makes me question if I should date her and I also question if I should date her at all. It's been a long time but I can maybe never give my full heart to someone. Maybe I am the one that is being unfair?
    20 answers · Marriage & Divorce · 1 day ago