• My friend said I'm being bitter. Childs fathers girlfriend?

    Best answer: As a mother I understand you completely! Also as a mother I must tell you this. It's the absolute best thing for your child if you can move past it. It was a very nice gesture, that she did for your child. She had the child make something for you. In the child's eyes it sent the message that your mommy... show more
    Best answer: As a mother I understand you completely! Also as a mother I must tell you this. It's the absolute best thing for your child if you can move past it. It was a very nice gesture, that she did for your child. She had the child make something for you. In the child's eyes it sent the message that your mommy must be a nice lady and you love her like I do. It makes it so much easier on them when the other parent's significant other can try and get along. I know it hurts right now in the present moment. In the long run however if everyone does what is best for the child it's good for them. The other side of the coin would be seeing the child torn, and that would be so much more painful in the long run. You can't pick your child's step parent (or wannabe) so focus on the fact it's a good thing when they care for your child.
    11 answers · 22 hours ago
  • What is wrong with not liking cheese?

    I went out with two co-workers after work. We went to an Italian restaurant and almost all the meals on the menu consisted of cheese. I chose something that didn't have cheese and I said the waitress, "It has to be without cheese please". My co-worker said in front of us and the waitress, "You... show more
    I went out with two co-workers after work. We went to an Italian restaurant and almost all the meals on the menu consisted of cheese. I chose something that didn't have cheese and I said the waitress, "It has to be without cheese please". My co-worker said in front of us and the waitress, "You and your cheese". I was embarrassed, but I simply do not like cheese. So what?
    7 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Poll: is having slept with 17 guys throughout my entire 21 years of life a lot?

    Best answer: The term "easy" does seem to apply here.
    Best answer: The term "easy" does seem to apply here.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Advice you'd give to a 15 year old?

    just in general
    just in general
    19 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much a loser is this man?

    Best answer: Question been spammed so many times now time to get new spamming material
    Best answer: Question been spammed so many times now time to get new spamming material
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • No interest/no pleasure in sex?

    This is a little embarrassing to talk about, but over the years I have been sexually assaulted twice and raped once. The first time I was assaulted was before I even lost my virginity. Since then, I have never gotten any pleasure from sex. My body will naturally be stimulated, like I'll get wet. But I don't... show more
    This is a little embarrassing to talk about, but over the years I have been sexually assaulted twice and raped once. The first time I was assaulted was before I even lost my virginity. Since then, I have never gotten any pleasure from sex. My body will naturally be stimulated, like I'll get wet. But I don't feel any pleasure. I have no interest in it or any other physical things other than cuddling. Anything past kissing tends to give me anxiety. I've avoided dating for a long time because of this, since most guys expect sex at some point. But it freaks me out. Now I've met a really amazing guy, and he's being really patient with me. I'm just sick of this and want to know how to get past it. I want to enjoy sex and be able to please my partner. I hate feeling like I'm a freak. What should I do? Has anyone else dealt with similar issues and have advice?
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Ladies: would you cheat on your partner if Trey Songz had approached you?

    Best answer: Who or what is that???
    Best answer: Who or what is that???
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should I Still Meet With Her?

    My former fiance's mother is in town and I have never formally met her. She wants to meet me for the first time now that she is in the country and will be in time for a while. Here's the catch: my former fiance took his own life in the beginning of this year. She is still grieving, as am I, and she would... show more
    My former fiance's mother is in town and I have never formally met her. She wants to meet me for the first time now that she is in the country and will be in time for a while. Here's the catch: my former fiance took his own life in the beginning of this year. She is still grieving, as am I, and she would like to meet me still, even though he is no longer with us. The problem for me is that I am not entirely certain I really want to meet her. I am worried it will drag up feelings and stressors I have either gotten over or pushed aside and I don't want to derail my healing progress. BUT I also know she feels like she needs to meet someone who her son was with for over 2.5 years, who had a significant impact on his life. And since she recently discovered his suicide note (entirely addressed to me), I know she still feels like I have some type of connection to her. While I am grieving, her grief is so much worse than mine ever could be. I want to help her as much as I can, but I also don't want to hurt myself. I am at a loss here.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is marrying your cousin incest?

    21 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it a bad idea if I ask my boyfriend to go camping with me and my family for July 4th weekend?

    He only has a mom and I live with my grandparents and brother. I ve met his mother and really talked to her once when we went to the movies. He and I are both in 8th grade when school starts back up again. He is 13 amd i am 14. When I met his mom, she took us to get food, to see a movie, and to get ice cream. I... show more
    He only has a mom and I live with my grandparents and brother. I ve met his mother and really talked to her once when we went to the movies. He and I are both in 8th grade when school starts back up again. He is 13 amd i am 14. When I met his mom, she took us to get food, to see a movie, and to get ice cream. I liked her and she seemed to like me and my grandma got her number to call her if she needed. They get along pretty nicely. He has come over to my house to do a project but I also had another friend over. He has been skating with me, some friends, and my grandparents. He and I have went to the movies last week joined by a friend and my brother. I want to ask him to go camping with my grandparents, brother, and me. We would all be in one camper. My grandparents in the room at the top of the camper, my brother on the air mattress, me on the couch/bed, and he would sleep on the bed/table.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Was I the one in the wrong?

    I have been in a women’s refuge for 8 months after fleeing domestic abuse. I was an emotional wreck at the beginning but now I have had the offer of a house and got a job interview next month. I feel I can capable of standing on my own two feet. My dad and his female friend helped me a lot through hard times and I... show more
    I have been in a women’s refuge for 8 months after fleeing domestic abuse. I was an emotional wreck at the beginning but now I have had the offer of a house and got a job interview next month. I feel I can capable of standing on my own two feet. My dad and his female friend helped me a lot through hard times and I do really appreciate it which I have said to them however, I did explain that at this time I don’t want overloaded with help as they wanted to furnish most of my house. I said I wanted just to make do with what I get offered from the refuge until I can get back in work and pay for my own things and get what I would like. I was called ungrateful and rude and my dads friend decided upon herself that she didn’t want to speak with me any more. I am 27 years old I mean was I wrong?
    5 answers · 22 hours ago
  • My kid's father has been calling another woman "babes" and is telling her he loves her. What should I do?

    I've been with him since 2012. It's been 6 years and we have 2 sons. I'm 32 and he is 35. He has in the past and so have I. Well, I figured he was doing it again because he keeps his phone locked. So he has been texting a girl named Alana. Her number is saved. She has sent him numerous photos of... show more
    I've been with him since 2012. It's been 6 years and we have 2 sons. I'm 32 and he is 35. He has in the past and so have I. Well, I figured he was doing it again because he keeps his phone locked. So he has been texting a girl named Alana. Her number is saved. She has sent him numerous photos of herself. She texts him 'I miss you' and he says 'I miss you too'. He calls this girl pet names like 'babycakes' and 'babes'. He has also told this girl I love you repeatedly. When he finishes his night shift, he goes to her house after work and he spends time with her. That's what the text says. He has kissed her and given her oral sex as well as slept with her. This has been going on for years. I love him. He is good to me and a good father to our sons. He hasn't proposed to me. He told his cousin that he could himself settling down one day but why not with me? He tells me he loves me and cares for me but the girl is shorter than me and looks to weigh more than I do. Whe is not prettier than me by far but why does he care for her so much? What is it about her and why can't she leave my family alone?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why can’t we just put the Mexican children up for adoption? Wouldn’t that solve the problem..?

    Best answer: They have parents.
    Best answer: They have parents.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it every ethical to encourage the breakup a relationship, considering?

    If you knew in the future that your friend who is in a relationship with someone else would have a chaotic marriage, would it ever be ethical to encourage breakup the relationship? Consider the case where the relationship turns into a marriage and then the marriage turns into chaos because the much of the... show more
    If you knew in the future that your friend who is in a relationship with someone else would have a chaotic marriage, would it ever be ethical to encourage breakup the relationship? Consider the case where the relationship turns into a marriage and then the marriage turns into chaos because the much of the population are control-freak males or gold-digger women ... because everyone is selfish to some degree. The majority of the people hate to be alone so they quickly rush into relationships and then get married at a young age. And you can see this because most people over the age of 25 are married before they are settled into their careers. Therefore people in their quest for companionship often hide their true colors before they get married so they can have someone for themselves. Then once the people are married, they can no longer hide that they are control freaks who hit their spouses if they don't get what they want or only there for your money, etc. For instance, the guy may be an attractive alpha male to attract a mate so he's luscious but he knows nothing of compassion so he looks good for her, but he is not a good catch. Or is it that these people are nice people to begin with and then they get corrupted in the marriage? Then several years later your friend is in a chaotic marriage. But at this point getting a divorce is not beneficial because divorces split-up the estate often not in your favor, inconsiderate of how hard you worked for all your resources.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • I am so flustrated I could just die! Is their any way to get my money back from Herbalife or get my PS3 back form Carl? I wish I was DEAD!?

    Best answer: I highly doubt you are an officer of anything giving your terrible spelling and grammar. Add that to the fact that you have no clue as to how business works and I can see why Arnold S. went bankrupt. Let's start with the easy one - no it is no longer your PS3. Under contract law, the game now belongs to Carl... show more
    Best answer: I highly doubt you are an officer of anything giving your terrible spelling and grammar. Add that to the fact that you have no clue as to how business works and I can see why Arnold S. went bankrupt. Let's start with the easy one - no it is no longer your PS3. Under contract law, the game now belongs to Carl - by accepting his $92, you transferred ownership from you to Carl and lost all rights to the game console and games. If you want the game back, you can offer to repay Carl the $92 although there is no requirement that Carl has to accept your offer (he could ask you to pay $100 or $75 - it is up to him). So, the ignorant one here is you, not your dad who understands transactions.

    As for Herbalife, you obviously did not read what you were signing. The $92 more than likely gets you the right to distribute the products and the introductory information pack which describes the products, etc. Right on the Herbalife site is the info as to what you will be doing - you will be buying Herbalife products at a discount and re-selling them to interested parties. That is that the added money for the pills and shakes does - it buys you the products which you then resell. Since you seem to have never bought any of the product, there is nothing to refund.

    You have learned a few important lessons in life - first, read all the details, second, take a class in business law (or two or three), third, learn how to operate a business (Arnold S. Management should be profitable on its own, not need money from other sources). Seems like you struck out on all three.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • If I told the girl who rents from us that she has to move then told her she could stay then told her a month later she has to move, rude?

    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea... show more
    I told her she has to move out then told her she could stay then now decided that I want her to move out. She has always paid rent on time and easy going she is a student. my husband and I have been talking about it infront of her bedroom window so its not such a shock to her. She must have heard and has an idea that Im going to ask her to leave. Is this fine? or would you be a bit upset? She is leaving in a week for summer and wont be able to physically be here to check out places but thats her problem right? i told my husband infront of her bedroom window "it wont be easy telling her but family first". its our place we can do what we want right? we're not treating her badly I hope lol I know the legal stuff but im just asking if its a bit rude?
    5 answers · 1 day ago