1. Why does "affordable" have to mean micro-apartment though??

  2. I wasn't the same person he married after years of emotional abuse. So he left. I got therapy and realized what a good thing it turned out to be that he discarded me like that

  3. That's honestly the best thing I can recommend to anyone whose relationship is ending. Therapy gave me the tools to cope, and my therapist helped me see that it was okay to grieve the end of things, even though he didn't often treat me well

  4. All those episodes are streets ahead of The Banker. Computron is the ONLY endearing thing in that whole rehashed episode.

  5. Pierce, stop trying to coin the phrase "streets ahead"

  6. Hey, man. If you're not with it, then you're streets behind.

  7. Does it just mean "cool," or is it supposed to be like, "miles ahead"?

  8. The bad days are "chicken nuggets and mac and cheese" nights. I'm honest with my son (7) about when I'm sadder than usual, and he's gotten his coloring books for us to color together.

  9. Not for THE MORMONS! Pull yourself up by your boot straps and get a job to pay tithing. Who wants their money going to unnecessary costs? /s

  10. But not one doing handyman jobs for the church. That's for faithful servants only

  11. I think you don't have to be a masculine person to raise a good man. I think you can teach him to respect women and be connected to his emotions, which will set him up for healthy relationships (platonic or otherwise). My son's dad walked out when he was 5. He's 7 now. His dad is still the fun parent, but all of his emotional maturity comes from us having serious discussions about how to express himself in a way that won't hurt the people around us. I'm so sorry you lost your husband. I can't imagine how hard that is. But you don't have to be a boss b*tch for your son to grow up right. I agree with other commenters about finding a community for you and your son. You need emotional support, and sometimes it's hard talking to people about your struggles if they haven't experienced something similar.

  12. I was 23 when I went PIMO. I got endowed at 21 and thought "Oh my God, I'm in a cult". But it took two years to gather the courage to leave. I went every week to the temple to try to atone for thinking it was a cult, and then when my recommend expired, I just didn't get around to renewing it

  13. Doing all the work. Him sleeping until 11 every weekend while I got up and parented. Him playing video games every night until 2am His drinking/pot problem Screaming at me in front of our kids Anger issues Doing all the holiday stuff on my own Excessive spending Controlling every aspect of my life Being critical No respect Being jealous/insecure I could keep going and going. Together 15 years married 6- 2 kids.

  14. Emotional affairs and emotional abuse, plus he wanted to open our marriage, which was a deal breaker. I didn't realize the emotional abuse was abuse until the end, though

  15. I love inside jokes. I hope to be a part of one someday

  16. Harry should've been a Slytherin. I think it would've been a deeper story about overcoming prejudices. Especially the chosen one being from Voldemort's own house. And maybe people would've stopped hating on Hufflepuff for no real reason because of there can be merit from a house with such a bad reputation for churning out Death Eaters, there is merit in a house everyone I grew up with thought of as stoners

  17. My ex started out like that, I started:

  18. Good idea about the books! I've read a few for relationships and co-parenting with a narcissist, but they didn't tell me more than I already knew.

  19. Can you change the location of the child exchange to a local police department parking lot? I know a lot of people do this because one parent causes a lot of issues during exchanges. If you have to file in court to request this change, that's what I would do. That way he loses some control over the situation.

  20. I honestly might do that. Most of the time, we'll do it at a park, so it's neutral. Luckily, right now, we hardly have to see each other because one parent drops him off at school, and the other picks him up on the exchange days

  21. Yes, the mental load! I realized I was basically a single mom before my marriage ended. When he moved out, my mental load didn't change, my physical load increased a little, but the resentment at having to do most of it on my own disappeared.

  22. I went through the exact same thing. I still sometimes refuse to accept it. My first time hurt so much and I was so ashamed. I didn't want to try again because it hurt so much, but it was our honeymoon, and he was angry that I didn't seem to want it. 10 years of that. When I realized that not feeling safe to say no meant I wasn't consenting at all, I was simultaneously horrified and validated. I'm so sorry you went through that. It sounds like you're in a better place now at least, if he's your ex

  23. No, this is definitely not normal behavior. It feels predatory, even though he's younger than you. Are you also Mormon? An investigator? Ex-Mormon? He could be doing these things to get you to convert, too

  24. No I’m exmo currently trying to leave but they make it impossible. Sitting outside my house daily they take shifts from relief society to sit outside my house and monitor me and I’ve told them to stop taking my privacy and human rights away and to follow my boundaries but refuse. If I don’t answer my door they text me “we cbs see you in their just let us in for a minute” if I don’t answer one they will then have ten others call or text me. I was only baptized 6 months ago but the sketchy creepy stuff and the stalking and sitting outside my house has gotten to overwhelming so I have decided to leave the church due to it. I have zero privacy can’t go to a doctors appointment without being bombarded so the stress made me want to leave and didn’t go to church in two weeks due to it

  25. This is considered stalking. Please call the police. I'm so sorry you're going through this

  26. They offered $900 a week, BUT I had to work 5 10-hour days and one 7-hour. I wanted to see my kid more than one day a week.

  27. that's just a hair over $15/hr.

  28. On wanting to try an open marriage: "How do you tell someone wbe feels like they aren't good enough, 'yeah, you kind of aren't'."

  29. The way the wine bottle rolls SO LOUDLY through the theater gets me every time

  30. Andy at the charity fundraising dinner having his breakdown

  31. He wasn't having a breakdown; he was promoting his rock opera

  32. The tantrum he threw when he bit his tongue and literally tore off his mic and went home

  33. Reaching out because she lemons are finally yellow in color (I seriously mis-estimated when they’d be ready) and am happy to deliver or set on nearby cross streets!

  34. Oh nice! I'm still down to take a bunch off your hands! I'll send you a message :)

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