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  1. Tinydance, I honestly can't even imagine how difficult quitting must be, especially with all this stuff happening in your brain due to alcohol. I've actually met alcoholics, even fully functioning ones with a job and a family. It was no fun seeing how they wrecked their lives on the daily and the harrowing experiences they put my friends through. All the deceit, lies and empty promises. For what - another hit of alcohol. You've already admitted that you're an alcoholic. It takes courage to do that. Please know that others like yourself have struggled with alcoholism but beat it.
  2. I honestly don't know how painful it must be to be in your shoes. I can't even imagine how difficult quitting must be, especially with all this stuff happening in your brain due to alcohol. I've met alcoholics, even fully functioning ones with a job and a family. It was no fun seeing how they wrecked their lives on the daily and the harrowing experiences they put my friends through. All the deceit, lies and empty promises. For what - another hit of alcohol. Are you ready to make a change? Are you ready to admit that you're an alcoholic? I'm worried about you and I honestly desire fo
  3. He could've been flirting with you throughout the whole date, but not ask you out again. This guy asked you out again. That is certainly good news! 😀
  4. I believe that physical attraction is important. How attracted are you to him, really? Also, excitement in itself is temporary. So, my suggestion is to be more specific. What do you believe makes someone exciting / attractive? What qualities or behaviours get you all giddy and make you smile? Where does he fit into all of that?
  5. Abuse is not okay. As others have suggested, your best bet at this moment is to leave. Honestly, go. Stay with a trusted family member or friend. You need to be safe!! Then, you can figure out how to proceed from here - marriage counseling, etc.
  6. My guess, it's happening because it's easier to reconnect with people you're already familiar with. Whereas meeting new people takes a lot more work, especially with Covid-19 around.
  7. How often do you see them both? How do you feel when you spent time with them? What is your heart telling you? I definitely love Andrina's pro / con list suggestion.
  8. I'd say "You're an interesting person." means that you're, in fact, an interesting person. Definitely a good thing. 🙂
  9. You did something incredible - adopt him, make sure you remain a family and now he's got a (legally) permanent home. But your (now) ex scoffed at this and even asked you who you'd choose? This speaks volumes of who she is as a person. Doesn't paint her in a positive light at all. I'm certain there's a woman out there for you, who'd be proud of what you've done and will be a joy for you to be with. 🙂
  10. Sorry to hear this, A.n. I can't believe your family treats you like that. Do you live with them? Is there any way you can limit your contact to them? In any case, head high. 🙂 (from theodyseeyonline)
  11. Well, how about "Hi, I'd like to get to know you better. How about we grab a coffee on 'Thursday' afternoon? I know a really nice coffeehouse." If she doesn't like coffee, there's always tea, juice, etc.
  12. He merely observed that a female is hot and shared it with his mate. That doesn't mean he's going to cheat on you. Nor does this mean that you are less beautiful. Haven't you ever seen a good-looking man and gushed about it with your friend? A passing remark, but nothing to obsess about. As long as it stays that way, I wouldn't worry. 🙂 However, I suggest you to stop snooping and comparing yourself to other women.
  13. Nonyu, you are worth it - whether your boyfriend sleeps with you or not. Regarding your eating disorder, are you seeing a specialist about it and is your boyfriend aware? I'm asking because your health is important. In fact, you are important so please take good care of yourself. Anyhow, bottom line: You matter! So, please take good care of yourself. If he doesn't value you, it's time to find someone who will.
  14. I don't know him - but, I'm guessing, he shared this with you because you were eventually going to find out about it, or he wanted to see how you'd react over something he did long ago, etc. At the end of the day, what matters is - the man he is today. Questions I'd ask: Has he left his past behind? How do you feel about his past and is this something you can get over? Is he currently a man of good character? How does he treat you?
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