• My husband is having an affair?

    My husband is having an affair with a married woman. I found out. He said he never stop loving me, he doesn't love that woman, just because she's so good in bed that makes him cannot leave her . He said that woman pleases him anyway he wants in bed while I'm just like a pillow. I checked his phone. he... show more
    My husband is having an affair with a married woman. I found out. He said he never stop loving me, he doesn't love that woman, just because she's so good in bed that makes him cannot leave her . He said that woman pleases him anyway he wants in bed while I'm just like a pillow. I checked his phone. he texts her everyday to chat and begs her to make love with him but she refuses, she said she just want to be friend with him, she wants to stop the affair. Did I do something wrong, what should I do now. Thanks for help.
    29 answers · 1 day ago
  • My ex-wife has refused to let me see my daughter for over a year now and says she only will if I pay the child support she waived.?

    My ex-wife has been refusing to let me see my little girl. When the divorce went through she told the judge she did not want me to pay child support. Now that her husband is cheating on her and wants a divorce she is taking it out on me by claiming she can take me back for child support, which is difficult as I am... show more
    My ex-wife has been refusing to let me see my little girl. When the divorce went through she told the judge she did not want me to pay child support. Now that her husband is cheating on her and wants a divorce she is taking it out on me by claiming she can take me back for child support, which is difficult as I am caring for my grandmother, as well as not letting me see my daughter.
    30 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to get over the guilt of cheating on my wife? Someone one night showed a lot of interest and I miss that. And then it happened.?

    It was a one time thing while I was out of town. The other girl is also married. We have texted a little bit afterwards as there was a connection, but it has died down now. This is something I have never even done to a gf in the past. Totally my fault tho. I cannot tell my wife because it is not fair to her and... show more
    It was a one time thing while I was out of town. The other girl is also married. We have texted a little bit afterwards as there was a connection, but it has died down now. This is something I have never even done to a gf in the past. Totally my fault tho. I cannot tell my wife because it is not fair to her and the kids. I just need to learn from it. I am going to go see a therapist for help. As this was a week ago, I am assuming it will start getting better after time? Any thoughts as it’s all I think about? The other girl and I follow each other on Instagram too so maybe that needs to stop?
    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • He won't set a date?

    I am engaged to get married. I've been engaged since January 2015. We are both divorced and have been together over 6 years with children from previous marriages. We are 46 and 49. We purposely waited to get married until my oldest son graduated college so he could still get his financial aid loans. He... show more
    I am engaged to get married. I've been engaged since January 2015. We are both divorced and have been together over 6 years with children from previous marriages. We are 46 and 49. We purposely waited to get married until my oldest son graduated college so he could still get his financial aid loans. He graduated in the beginning of May. Since then, I've asked my fiancé about three times when he would like to get married. His response is agitation, annoyance and "why don't you just pick the date, I don't care". I get angry and tell him its a joint decision, that we should discuss it together. No big wedding, just the two of us going away somewhere together. I suggested Vegas and then go to Hawaii for the rest of the week for a honeymoon -- says its too expensive. I suggested going to Florida for the weekend and getting married on the beach -- showed a little interest but never brought it up. I suggested July, he said its too hot. But won't make any suggestions or talk to me like an adult about figuring this out. The other day he got agitated and started screeching at me "why are you dumping this on me?" That really hurt my feelings and I am starting to think that he really doesn't want to. I feel like I should just cut my losses and give him the ring back. I don't think it will every happen. Not with both of us making a decision together as a couple anyway.
    23 answers · 3 days ago
  • If you find out your wife is related to you, can you divorce?

    Best answer: You can divorce your wife if you must, but not because of this drop in the bucket of shared heredity.
    Best answer: You can divorce your wife if you must, but not because of this drop in the bucket of shared heredity.
    30 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should I tell my wife that I changed my mind about attending her family reunion?

    My wife's family on her mother's side is having its annual 4th of July family reunion in a couple of weeks. The party is a six hour drive from where we live and lasts 3-4 days. My wife does not go every year. This year my wife wants to go because her mother is not in good health. I am very uncomfortable... show more
    My wife's family on her mother's side is having its annual 4th of July family reunion in a couple of weeks. The party is a six hour drive from where we live and lasts 3-4 days. My wife does not go every year. This year my wife wants to go because her mother is not in good health. I am very uncomfortable around my wife's family-which is much larger than mine- and, I am afraid, I left that discomfort show more than once. It caused some stress in her family and made my wife angry at me. I am not proud of that. I am also uncomfortable because I feel that my life has because I have no control over my life during those visits and I don't like it. I am reconsidering my decision about not attending. My wife said I could stay home if I wanted to, although I might be dealing with that fallout later. When I asked her if her going without me would be hard on her with our four year old twins, she said " well I know that you don't want to be there and that would cause me more stress." She will have some family to help her if needed. I still really don't want to go,and she might not want me to go, but I now feel guilty about not going because I could help her and I want our family time. Plans may have been completed assuming I am not going. I am considering saying nothing and keeping my word that I am not going or telling her that I'd like to go and help her and have our family time and play baby sitter and driver while she goes. What should I do? Thank you for reading!
    9 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Should I tell my wife that I’m secretly gay?

    We’ve been married for 10 years but I’ve always been attracted to men, I’m not sure if I should tell her or not at this point or if it’s now pointless
    We’ve been married for 10 years but I’ve always been attracted to men, I’m not sure if I should tell her or not at this point or if it’s now pointless
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should inlaws have to announce week long visits?

    My father in law decided to schedule an 8 day long visit without even telling me or my husband. Usually he just shows up at the door unexpected (and stays for 1 week). We've told im before that we would to know so we can coordinate his visit with our busy schedule. The only way we knew he was coming this time... show more
    My father in law decided to schedule an 8 day long visit without even telling me or my husband. Usually he just shows up at the door unexpected (and stays for 1 week). We've told im before that we would to know so we can coordinate his visit with our busy schedule. The only way we knew he was coming this time is because his daughter told us that he and bought airplane tickets to visit in a week. I'm and getting to sick and tired of him doing this. I want to be able to enjoy the time when he is here visiting and not be irritated by him being so inconsiderate. how would you feel? Who continues to do this?
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should you always be available to your spouse?

    My wife has this idea that when she wants to do something I should drop any and everything I'm doing and do what she wants. She also feels that we NEVER do anything. Money is tight with us now and some weeks we barely make it by with paying bills and just trying to keep gas in our old cars. Yesterday at work... show more
    My wife has this idea that when she wants to do something I should drop any and everything I'm doing and do what she wants. She also feels that we NEVER do anything. Money is tight with us now and some weeks we barely make it by with paying bills and just trying to keep gas in our old cars. Yesterday at work she sends me a text to say she wanted to go to the movies. She wanted to see the new Incredibles 2 movie. I'm almost 49 and she's 48. We don't have young kids anymore but she said that when our kids were younger and we bought the first Incredibles movie on DVD that she assumed I wanted to see the sequel. Honestly, I don't. I guess I've aged out of cartoon movies. But now she's upset that I seem to not want to do anything with her today. Oh, and as far as the movie goes, she had planned a night of dinner and a movie but she told me she wasn't going to pay for everything so I needed to kick in on one or the other. Thanks for spending my money without asking. She feels she doesn't have to ask me what I have planned on Sat because as her wife I should always be available for her. I actually have plans myself. My sister wants me to come to her house and put up a couple of ceiling fans. My daughter wants me to change the oil and spark plugs on her car. But the most important thing I'm working on is a woodworking project making a piggy bank for one of our granddaughters. I've been working on it a couple of weeks and had plans to do other things to it this
    25 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is there a man married to twins?

    Best answer: Here's an Australian guy trying to skirt polygamy laws - https://www.maxim.com/news/worlds-most-i...
    Best answer: Here's an Australian guy trying to skirt polygamy laws - https://www.maxim.com/news/worlds-most-i...
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why don't most people marry and have kids young anymore?

    Back in the olden days, many people got married in high school or right after. Almost everyone was married with a couple kids and a house by their late 20s. Nowadays many people don't marry or have kids until their 30s or 40s
    Back in the olden days, many people got married in high school or right after. Almost everyone was married with a couple kids and a house by their late 20s. Nowadays many people don't marry or have kids until their 30s or 40s
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is This Normal From A Husband?

    8 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Am I wrong for wanting to keep celebrating me and my husbands dating anniversary?

    My husband and I have officially been in love for 7 years on June 16th! Well his cousin also married yesterday and he preferred to go with them instead of spend time with me and celebrate another successful year of us together. Like we have been celebrating our dating anniversary for all of the years together and... show more
    My husband and I have officially been in love for 7 years on June 16th! Well his cousin also married yesterday and he preferred to go with them instead of spend time with me and celebrate another successful year of us together. Like we have been celebrating our dating anniversary for all of the years together and all of a sudden he tells me it’s not that important! Am I wrong for being angry?! Not to mention he works 6 days a week unscheduled hrs so we hardly have time because we also have children! I feel bad for being angry but I’m not because he goes out more than I feel a married man should when I’m the one stuck in the house with kids!
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do some people not allow their spouses to see their family?

    Like my uncle didnt let my aunt see her parents for years. Like it doesnt make sense. If i was married i would let my husband see his family, its normal. But why some women or men try to make their spouse abandon their families?
    Like my uncle didnt let my aunt see her parents for years. Like it doesnt make sense. If i was married i would let my husband see his family, its normal. But why some women or men try to make their spouse abandon their families?
    7 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Can an unmarried loved one be added to the property deed of the other?

    My girlfriend and I are both divorced. We have been living together in the same home for 14 years now. The home is in her name and I believe that her ex is still listed on the mortgage. I have always paid the majority of our bills and several years ago she was in a car accident and can no longer work so all the... show more
    My girlfriend and I are both divorced. We have been living together in the same home for 14 years now. The home is in her name and I believe that her ex is still listed on the mortgage. I have always paid the majority of our bills and several years ago she was in a car accident and can no longer work so all the bills... Most of my finances are tied up in a home and supporting a home that is not legally mine... My concern looking further down the road into the future is this: If we remain unmarried and God forbid something were to happen to her then do I suddenly become homeless? I mean since we are not legally married and her ex is listed on the mortgage would he get the house and I'm out on the street? Is there a way that we can simply add my name to the deed? I know, I know just get married right? But she says that "a marriage license is just a piece of paper and we love each other so what is the point?" She doesn't seem to understand my concern about this issue. I also know that it may sound morbid to some but the fact is if you are with someone to the end then one of you will eventually pass before the other one. That in itself is an unpleasant reality but thinking that if your loved one passes before you that you will lose your home and perhaps live the rest of your "golden years" on the streets... well that isn't very pleasant thought either. How do we fix this?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • My husbands friend "touched" me. What do I do?

    He casually flirts with me and my husband isn't aware of it. They're like best friends and grew up together. The other night he came over to celebrate his birthday and my husband was passed out. His friend was drunk and he tried to kiss me and i pushed him away. I'm very uncomfortable with this. I... show more
    He casually flirts with me and my husband isn't aware of it. They're like best friends and grew up together. The other night he came over to celebrate his birthday and my husband was passed out. His friend was drunk and he tried to kiss me and i pushed him away. I'm very uncomfortable with this. I didn't tell my husband because I didn't want to ruin his relationship with his best friend. They're like brothers. What do I do? He also sends really weird innapropriate texts and blames it on alcohol.
    35 answers · 6 days ago