• Should I have an affair? Go through his phone?

    Recently married to a man 3 years younger than I am. He is not giving me enough affection already. I have talked about it until I am blue in the face. Should I have an affair? Talk again? Go through his phone? Or cry?
    Recently married to a man 3 years younger than I am. He is not giving me enough affection already. I have talked about it until I am blue in the face. Should I have an affair? Talk again? Go through his phone? Or cry?
    31 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to get husband to decide between me and his mistress?

    I found out 2 months ago my husband has been having an emotional affair with a coworker; this has been going on for about 4-6 months. I confronted him about the affair, he was very apologetic and swore he loved me and not her and that he would do anything to make it work. So we did counseling, a few sessions, he... show more
    I found out 2 months ago my husband has been having an emotional affair with a coworker; this has been going on for about 4-6 months. I confronted him about the affair, he was very apologetic and swore he loved me and not her and that he would do anything to make it work. So we did counseling, a few sessions, he seemed to be opening up and really trying to mend things between us. But now (he likes to drink) when he drinks he keeps saying that he wants both of us and that he doesn’t want to choose. He says he loves me more than anything but that he likes his coworker too and they have a similar torid last. They still work together, I’m trying to figure out how to either heal from this and continue with him...or to leave and divorce him. I’m so confused on what to do...
    26 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why does he complain about my cooking?

    Yesterday was my day to cook so I found a recipe that called for chicken breasts in a crock pot. I poured a can of cream of chicken coup over it and cooked it for like 5 hours. Opened a can of creamed corn and made some white rice. My husband sat down to eat and he took a few bits then had this strange look on... show more
    Yesterday was my day to cook so I found a recipe that called for chicken breasts in a crock pot. I poured a can of cream of chicken coup over it and cooked it for like 5 hours. Opened a can of creamed corn and made some white rice. My husband sat down to eat and he took a few bits then had this strange look on his face. I asked him what was wrong and he said the mean was bland and lacked any flavor. I told him toe soup had sodium in it so why would it be bland. He constantly tells me that I look for the easiest, simplest meals to cook because I really don't like standing in a kitchen stirring a pot or mixing seasonings. Do you think what I cooked was a bland meal? Or should he have just been the good little husband and ate it without comment? I'm 49 and think I'm a descent cook.
    12 answers · 6 hours ago
  • I'm torn between two lovers. One is really cute, and around my age, but has no prospects of ever becoming successful, and the other is?

    less cute, slightly older, but owns a bar, has a hgh IQ, and could move to a beach town and retire right now if he wanted to, or open a bar there. Which should I choose as my soul mate? the cuter, younger, dumber and poorer one, or the older, smarter, and more succeful one, and why?
    less cute, slightly older, but owns a bar, has a hgh IQ, and could move to a beach town and retire right now if he wanted to, or open a bar there. Which should I choose as my soul mate? the cuter, younger, dumber and poorer one, or the older, smarter, and more succeful one, and why?
    13 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Would you still marry him?

    Best answer: If you are asking for an opinion then I will gladly given it. If I was in your shoes I would keep the relationship. Maybe they were wrong for cheating. Maybe they were wrong for keeping it for as long as they did. Maybe they were wrong for telling you about it when they asked for your hand. All I know is they want... show more
    Best answer: If you are asking for an opinion then I will gladly given it. If I was in your shoes I would keep the relationship. Maybe they were wrong for cheating. Maybe they were wrong for keeping it for as long as they did. Maybe they were wrong for telling you about it when they asked for your hand. All I know is they want to spend their time me and they loved me enough to tell me something happened in the first place.
    27 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it ok if your spouse mastrabates ?

    He told me he does when we don’t do it ? We do it like once a week , that is enough for me since we have a baby and he works a lot I just don’t know if it’s ok ? He “says” he doesn’t look st pictures but idk
    He told me he does when we don’t do it ? We do it like once a week , that is enough for me since we have a baby and he works a lot I just don’t know if it’s ok ? He “says” he doesn’t look st pictures but idk
    11 answers · 17 hours ago
  • If my husband's plans get cancelled, should I cancel mine?

    Best answer: Offer to include him in your plans. Look, you guys are marital partners but still individuals. If you want to go to the library (or whatever), you ask if your spouse would like to join you. If he'd rather not join you, that's OK. But for him to expect you to not do this thing YOU wish to do because HE... show more
    Best answer: Offer to include him in your plans.

    Look, you guys are marital partners but still individuals. If you want to go to the library (or whatever), you ask if your spouse would like to join you. If he'd rather not join you, that's OK. But for him to expect you to not do this thing YOU wish to do because HE doesn't also wish to do it -- that would be really selfish and unreasonable. A grown man that can't manage to "be on his own for a few hours" needs to grow up already.
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it everything u dreamed of?

    Is it everything u dreamed of?

    and how would u rate her looks from 1-10? will choose best answer that is honest
    and how would u rate her looks from 1-10? will choose best answer that is honest
    10 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Is 28 too old to get married?

    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do husbands always walk out of their wife's life forever?

    Best answer: Husbands don't "ALWAYS" do anything
    Best answer: Husbands don't "ALWAYS" do anything
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • My mom is dating my father in law?

    My mother is dating my father in law and he has told both me and my husband that he plans to propose to her on Christmas day. I stayed out of their relationship, I had my opinions but I kept them to myself. My mom has extremely poor boundaries and she absolutely fails to see how my husband and I might view their... show more
    My mother is dating my father in law and he has told both me and my husband that he plans to propose to her on Christmas day. I stayed out of their relationship, I had my opinions but I kept them to myself. My mom has extremely poor boundaries and she absolutely fails to see how my husband and I might view their relationship. We're all adults, I'd never interfere but am I wrong with feeling not quite okay with this situation?
    10 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Husband is depressed and taking it out on me, what else can I do?

    I strongly believe in the "for better or for worse, in sickness and in health". My husband has been prone to bipolar-like behaviour, lifelong. I ve known him for more than a decade. He is aware of his ability to switch moods but increasingly blames it on people as the root cause. Our relationship is... show more
    I strongly believe in the "for better or for worse, in sickness and in health". My husband has been prone to bipolar-like behaviour, lifelong. I ve known him for more than a decade. He is aware of his ability to switch moods but increasingly blames it on people as the root cause. Our relationship is like a rollercoaster, one day I can say a "joke", the next day he is paranoid and it can send him into a sulk. We have a young child now and it has made his depressive states a lot worse. So much so I ve reached out to family, to support myself emotionally, but it is seen as undermining and disrespectful by him. It is incredibly emotionally draining to be happy for my child and then get told off for being cheerful and therefore insensitive to his moods. I realise that his mental state is affecting his rationale and I am not an angel, and I really reflect on how I can be better and more supportive. I ve read a lot, and even can find links to childhood experiences which explains a lot (ie. neglect). When he is good, our relationship is great, but otherwise it becomes constant criticisms of my character and sulks. We ve agreed to individual counselling, but there is no motivation on his side (understandably). I m not looking for "divorce him" comments, but if anyone has experienced similar and has coping tips or suggestions of what else I can do, please share your thoughts. Thanks for getting this far!
    8 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Why does her husband always arives home when I go visit his wife?

    Best answer: He may be suspicious, but the two of you can meet without giving him advance notice so it would be impossible for him to appear.
    Best answer: He may be suspicious, but the two of you can meet without giving him advance notice so it would be impossible for him to appear.
    8 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Why does my white husband think I'm looking at other men?

    Best answer: He’s just insecure. If you are actually looking then he might have a reason to suspect that. Let him know that you love him.
    Best answer: He’s just insecure. If you are actually looking then he might have a reason to suspect that. Let him know that you love him.
    6 answers · 8 hours ago
  • My boyfriend only makes $40k per year. Should I dump him?

    Best answer: Ok, and how much money do YOU make per year? After all, if you make at least as much as that, 80k a year is more than enough to raise a family on. If you aren't working and expect him to support you, then yes, you should break up because he deserves better than you.
    Best answer: Ok, and how much money do YOU make per year? After all, if you make at least as much as that, 80k a year is more than enough to raise a family on. If you aren't working and expect him to support you, then yes, you should break up because he deserves better than you.
    22 answers · 4 days ago