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What have you learnt about you partner since spending more time with them than usual?

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2 years ago
Honestly it's done us wonders. Given us time to relax. All good in our household.

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2 years ago
Grope grope grope. Piss off!

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2 years ago
Do you need a hug?

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2 years ago
I think you might need to take him up on it

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2 years ago
That I think I'm ready to seperate 😕

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2 years ago
Are you ok?

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2 years ago
That he thinks he's better than me and never appreciated anything, blames me for everything, more immature than I thought.

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2 years ago
Been married 10 years and just found out last week that my husband likes drinking bailies 🤣 I’ve never seen him drink alcohol, don’t even think he had a champagne at our wedding. Apparently he’s always liked bailies just chooses not to buy it.

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2 years ago
That he has more patience than I ever thought a man could have. He can actually listen to what I'm upset about, not turn it on me and genuinely apologize and talk solutions. Comparing him to my ex husband.
We've been together a year and this lockdown has been stressful and we've had our first more major stresses as a couple so things have naturally come up.
I've always watched out for concerning behaviour because of what I went through with the ex (and probably always will) . Plus what his ex wife has said about him and theres just nothing I feel I need to worry about.

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2 years ago
That’s interesting - maybe his ex wife lived with him for longer than a year though? - or maybe they were just a bad combo.

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2 years ago
Some people just not a good match

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2 years ago
Yes they did live together for longer but I just think they weren't suited.

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2 years ago
Also, ex’s will bad mouth your partner just to be nasty.

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2 years ago
I swear my husband has early onset dementia. I just thought he never listened to me. But now I think he just forgets what I’ve said. Just noticed it more over the last couple of weeks.

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2 years ago
He is not actively listening to you. He can’t remember what you said if he never heard it properly in the first place.

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2 years ago
No he does he hear it because we’ll have a discussion and an agreement and then the next day he’s forgotten the whole conversation. Like “should we take the kids to your mums tomorrow” and he’ll say “yes, that’s a good idea coz then we can go to blah blah and get blah blah done. We’ll drop them off at 9 and go straight from there” ....then at 830 I’ll say “are we ready to go” and he says “where”?

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2 years ago
He is trying not to be as lazy now that he knows I’m there watching. I used to go out after work and he would sit on the couch a lot. Now I’m trapped inside he knows I can’t stand the sitting around EO he makes more of an effort.

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2 years ago
What are you, his mother? Let the poor chap relax if he wants to in his own house geez

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2 years ago
^This is exactly why I never want to share a house with a partner again - too much controlling and directing and judging - no thanks!

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2 years ago
So it’s ok that I work a full time job from home, help the kids with their online school, get dinner ready and do all the household chores while he relaxes? I also earn more than him - Umm no this isn’t about judgement it’s about him taking advantage.

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2 years ago
Make him do the online school stuff- why on earth should you have to do it if he is not working?

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2 years ago
^^why stay married then?

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2 years ago
^ maybe he's a good root

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2 years ago
You sound too controlling, he sounds on the lazy side.
I guess opposites attract

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2 years ago
I’ve fallen in love with him all over again. We lost our spark for a little bit there because we were so busy between the kids, work and both going to uni. Now we’ve had to slow down for a bit we’ve been able to reconnect and get to know each other again.

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2 years ago
Awwwwww ❤

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2 years ago
👍👍👍👍

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2 years ago
That i like when he goes out to work when things were normal. I can get the house in order, kids were more settled and i felt less anxious.

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2 years ago
We’ve had the best time together but we have busy jobs so being able to relax is absolute bliss.

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2 years ago
Confirmed I want to separate. Contemplating all day how to broach the subject as I know he will cut up rough when I mention it. I told him this morning how unhappy I am in the relationship. He said there’s no problem and walked out the door. Literally.

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2 years ago
Wow what a dick.

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2 years ago
Be strong. Good luck.

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2 years ago
Thank you both. We’ve been together 20years and only ever been with each other, this is a big deal for me.

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2 years ago
Oh wow. How do you feel now? Relief or regret?

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2 years ago
I’m relieved that I’ve come to a decision. But I haven’t told him yet.

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2 years ago
I'm sorry. You'll be ok. It'll be hard before it gets better but you'll be ok.

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2 years ago
Was this brought on due to the situation of being in lockdown? Stress with job loss etc? If related to all this virus crap maybe try counseling first.

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2 years ago
She said it confirmed her decision but I know what you mean. This will probably bring out the worst in People if it hasn't already

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2 years ago
Yeah I replied two above. I was in a hotel lobby yesterday, a mum was checking in. You could see she had been in tears. She just wanted a room with a bath & the reception was ordering her deilveroo with his own credit card cause she had a pile of cash

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2 years ago
That I'm really glad he has a man cave

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2 years ago
He’s been cheating on me

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2 years ago
I'm sorry. How did you find out?

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2 years ago
Oh my goodness. That’s awful. How did that come to light if you don’t mind me asking?

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2 years ago
He confessed

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2 years ago
That must be heartbreaking. I hope you have some support - family or friends to take care of you.

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2 years ago
He is still going to work everyday....so we aren't spending any extra time together!

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2 years ago
How flipping hard he works. He still still going out to job sites for some things but all his meetings and stuff he is doing from home and he just never stops. I have to tell him to eat lunch and drink water or he just powers through. He’s amazing.

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2 years ago
How his batteries run out much quicker these days. I’m thinking of replacing him with a rechargeable boyfriend.

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2 years ago
😂😂

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2 years ago
We run our own business mostly from home so we're around each other alot anyway. I'm used to all his annoying habits

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2 years ago
How lazy he is around the home. All talk no action. He got up at 930 and Is asleep on the couch right now. It’s 1pm.

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2 years ago
How oddly controlling his mother is... He only just started speaking with her again after 3 years... I don't like it much lol