Before you get married ask your partner what their expectations are. In fact, point blank ask them, “Are you look for a partner or a parent?” If you are looking for different things, don’t get married. If you have the expectation that marriage is a partnership and it ends up being a parent/adult-child relationship chances … More The Wife-Mom Quagmire
I can’t speak for all marriages, but I can say that mine is a four letter word. My husband and I are so different. Trying to hold a conversation with him about anything other than motorcycles is damn near impossible. In fact holding a conversation with him period is difficult as fuck. He listens to … More Marriage is a Four Letter Word
I have lied. I have cheated, both in school and in relationships. I don’t feel good about any of it. I cheated on a test in college. I cheated on my homework and classwork in high school. Not all the time. Honestly, I was usually the one that was cheated off of, but I did … More A Friendly Betrayal
Separation can be good. My husband and I have been married for almost 16 years. While that isn’t anywhere near the 50+ years my grandparents were married. Or, even the 38 years my parents have been married; it is a long time to spend with someone. We separated for nine months. He moved out. We … More We Were on a Break!
The difference between ghosting and vanishing is when someone ghosts you, their vanishing act haunts you, whereas, when someone vanishes, you really don’t give a shit. I am guilty of vanishing, however, I am also guilty of ghosting, especially when it comes to this blog. Sorry. I hate being ghosted. I mean, who likes it? … More Ghosting Versus Vanishing