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  1. It always amazes me the mental gymnastics that side pieces go through in order to justify their actions and to convince themselves that they are sooo special and this is all true love. Good grief. Harsh reality is you don't have a girlfriend. If you want one of those, please find a woman who is actually single and free to be that. What you have is a married woman who is using you as a side piece in their marriage, yes her AND her husband. You are no better or more special than a toy in a line of many others. She pretty much told you that when she mentioned numerous other "boyfriends, ak
    2 points
  2. You don't want a woman who corresponded with an inmate for romance or because she is afraid of dating available men. I would back away from her and focus on YOU alone -- work through your probation, get a job, stay clean and elevate your circumstances so you don't do whatever stupid thing that wound you up in jail again. There wll be other women, but you have to better yourself to meet them, because they don't want to date someone fresh out of jail --- if jail was 5 years behind you and you improve your life, then maybe. But in the meantime, you will only attract women with murky boundaries
    1 point
  3. I really think you should get out now. This guy isn't for you. Don't doubt yourself. Sure, you've had some fun and enjoyed the sex. It's not worth turning on your own values for though. You've overlooked a bunch because you were dazed from your last relationship, and you got sucked in to a f buddy thing. That's not the end of the world, but no need to double down and try and turn this into something it is not. And honestly? I don't think you should trust him. You know what he is about, it will hurt you eventually, trust yourself.
    1 point
  4. She wants a committed relationship and he does not. She has told him this so continuing to talk at him about it again and again and louder and louder, won't change his mind. He's been crystal clear on that. Talking at people who do not care does a lot more harm than good. Despite common myths, talking and more talking at brick walls does not solve problems. Problems are solved by accepting the obvious truths and taking action to resolve things. In this case, extricating herself from a no win situation.
    1 point
  5. Apparently not. Where are they now? It makes no sense to walk into a mess and try to trick yourself into believing that it's not a mess. You're not going to change her or "them". You get to decide whether this is good enough for you.
    1 point
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