ArtsyGirly March 8,8: I agree and I might get burned by it by other posters but I think there is some weird jealousy thing going on. I only have a sister, but I will goof off with my male cousins who I am close with and would never see them sexually.
The comment that gets me is that the guy had a hard time deciding who to sit next too в I mean he can sit next to his GF or his sister who he has not seen in months в is that really so suspect. I have many siblings and we all hug and kiss when we see each other. After long periods of time of not seeing one another, the hugs do last a little longer; we sit or stand close together; hug some more or hang an arm over the shoulder; the conversations are longer; that kind of thing.
We all hug and kiss good bye too.
Still not seeing the bigger picture. I know what I did was wrong I have excepted that and if I could take it back I would. Then and only then do u start to think that nothing will or as ever changed. I love my husband with all my heart and it was just a bad judgement and a one night thing. But now he brings up doing things I like to dating websites utah but doing them by himself working out is this to throw it back in my face.
It hurts when is it on his terms like having another child when he wants it.
This is not how a dating websites utah behaves or treats his girlfriend. He's treating you like some girl he knows that he dates occassionally and I'm not sure he would refer to you as his girlfriend if asked by others, based upon how he's treating you.
First of all, stop doing all the work. Stop calling, texting, pursuing and chasing him. Men look at women who do that as desperate and they tend to disrespect desperate women. Next, when he disappears - so do you. You don't call or text and when he contacts you - you don't answer. If he disappeared for a week, you don't answer for a week.
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