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2021.10.25 14:35 Available-Course1570 Are these red flags? Should I go?
Sorry in advance if this is a long post. But here’s the gist. I’ve dated this girl since I was 19 and she was 17. I’m now 27 and she is 25. We got married 5 years in the relationship and we couldn’t have been happier.
We were a bomb ass, dynamic power couple that everyone was jealous of. We grew up together and we’re best friends. So 8 years in total of being together. Not a single complaint. We moved in together, got a dog, shared a bank account, everything. No issues anywhere.
However a couple years back she was questioning her sexuality. She said she was curious in trying women out. I supported her. She was conflicted and wanted to take some “space” so she slept over at her moms house for a night. She came back and everything was okay. She told me her feelings for me and the relationship outweigh an urge.
But, earlier this year she really wanted to explore women because she feels as if she got serious too quickly and didn’t get a chance to live her 20’s experimenting. Again, very valid. I supported her. She got a Tinder to talk to women. A few weeks go by and she’s acting different. Way more distant. Way more irritable. As if she was tired of having me around.
Bringing this up spiraled into constant fights about her not wanting to focus energy within the relationship, and her feeling stuck. She wanted an officially break break to explore this side of her sexuality she hasn’t explored yet. I recommended marriage counseling, she declined. She even brought up a threesome which she did not want to follow through on.
I supported her throughout this entire journey. But now she had me move out. And on my last day before officially leaving she told me she was also going to experiment with other guys too. This through me off and devastated me. I moved out. A month later, she confirmed there’s been at least 3 male sexual partners. No women. Some of the guys she’s been sleeping with comes over my house. And she sleeps with him on my bed. Our bed.
I can’t help but feel betrayed and disrespected. During that month I’ve been an emotional wreck and she’s out having fun in our home with more guys than I thought she would get with. She claims she wants to get back together when she’s done with her break. She just needed time to work on herself.
Are these red flags? Should I call it quits?
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2021.10.25 14:35 DrSayre “…If there’s been something swept under the rug, we’ll lift it. If a subject is cloaked in darkness, we shine a light on it…”
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2021.10.25 14:35 ana_diy D
It's a dark road, When youre not feeling yourself anymore. The brutal acceptance that one day I'll be gone. And please God, let you love me. Allow yourself to recall the person I once was.
In time, I'll find the decency to wish you farewell in person. I'll stop causing diversions, springing it on you as too little to late. We contemplate, how time has flown idly by. The lonely cloud has not been so lonely, in a world where I have been blessed by you.
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2021.10.25 14:35 xAznSwag Question Regarding HOGE on WhiteBit
2021.10.25 14:35 chicandskinny Tik Tok gone viral with stories about PC
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2021.10.25 14:35 Mikko_0 How did you almost die?
2021.10.25 14:35 SubstantialAction918 Teenagers from Sudan... ( If you can still access the internet )
2021.10.25 14:35 Jim_boxy Kids dinner tonight - left over salmon Sunday dinner turned into a frittata
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2021.10.25 14:35 zbyshekh What would you consider a real-life superpower counterpart from comic books?
2021.10.25 14:35 BethAnnieT First book launch -- is December a no-no?
Hello everyone! I'm currently writing a cozy mystery and finishing up with book #1 of a series. This book is holiday themed (snow, holiday festival, etc.) so I was planning to publish on Dec 1. But I just read something that said never publish in December, because people are too preoccupied between Thanksgiving and Christmas to care about a new author's book launch.
What do you think? I don't think I should try to publish a Christmas/Holiday themed novel in January, because I think readers will be done with that theme until the following fall. Should I take my chances in December, or re-theme the book a bit and aim for January-February? Thanks in advance.
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2021.10.25 14:35 hummicat Halloween on Kalakaua
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2021.10.25 14:35 magdy-abdelsalam-67 Damascus accuses Israel of launching missile strikes on 3 targets in southern Syria and threatens a military response
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2021.10.25 14:35 InternetsTad Fiadh is One Year Old this week!!
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2021.10.25 14:35 thatlonestarkid Moving to a new house and maybe I’ve got too much paint?
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2021.10.25 14:35 BootyDaBoy Trending today in r/all how is this comedy?
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2021.10.25 14:35 heimaey Iceland Trip Oct 16-23 2021 - a success!
I'm posting this here in case anyone is interested in finding out how my trip went, or to see if it gives anyone ideas for theirs or helps plan theirs in the future. I'm also following up on some discussions I had before going about the weather alerts and getting to the Westfjords.
First, a couple things. This is my 4th trip to Iceland. The first one was in 2004, then in 2008 and again in 2012. What I noticed most is that Reykjavik has exploded since my last trip in 2012. The town feels much more touristy and there are a lot more foreigners working and integrated into the society. I have never seen so many cars on the road and popular tourists spots had at least double to triple the amount of people.
I had initially planned on going to the Westfjords but a storm came and made it too difficult to head up there. I will have to go back some time for them as I've always wanted to go. We could have waited till later in the week but we decided to drive around the island and do the ring road instead. Something I hadn't done yet and am so happy I did. Below is the trip's itinerary:
Day 1 - hung out in Reykjavik and went up to the top of Hallgrimskirkja. Had great food.
Day 2 - drove out to see Halldor Laxness' house, which I highly recommend. Then went to do part of the Golden Circle, Thingvellir and Geysir.
Day 3 - headed up to spend the night in Stykkisolmur. Stopped for a hike in Grabrok and then tried to see some things on the Snaefells peninsula but the bottom part of the storm that was in the Westfjords was hitting there too. We walked up to the light house in Stykkisholmur and I have never experienced such strong winds. Watched the angry sea batter the shore and had a drink and a great dinner at Narfeyrarstofa.
Day 4 - leaving the peninsula was a big shaky as the winds were still very strong but locals assured us we'd be fine even though gusts were about 25 m/s. We had to be careful opening car doors but by the time we got to Blonduos for lunch things were better. But that was short lived. On the way to Akureyri we got caught in a snowstorm but made it through after slowing down and taking it easy and then spend the late afternoon hanging out at Sundlaug Akureyrar swimming and enjoying the hot tubs. Another great dinner.
Day 5 - drove out to Myvatn in a very wintery but gorgeous day. Did the diamond circle and then stopped and had a nice afternoon at the Myvatn Nature Baths. Then drove to Egilsstadir and had a wonderful dinner.
Day 6 - left Egilsstadir and explored the east fjords in the morning - more gorgeous than I imagined and had a wonderful lunch in Hofn at Pakkhus. After Hofn we drove to Diamond Beach and Skatafell and a few other stops, doing a sunset hike in Skaftarhreppur. We ended up in Vik at night which was a long drive and although maybe a bit too long for some.
Day 7 - headed back to Reykjavik. It was a rainy day so we took it easy and had nice morning walk on the black sand beach and then headed to Selfoss for lunch. We even paid a visit to Bobby Fisher's grave because we ate just down the road. Chilled in Reykjavik in the afternoon and had an amazing dinner at Matur og Drykkur.
Day 8 - Decided to leave early and head to the blue lagoon but it was booked. Had no idea you had to reserve now - never had to do that on any other trip. So we had lunch in Grindavik and drove around the edge of the peninsula and stopped at midlina for a quick walk before dropping the car off and heading home.
That's it. Didn't do all I wanted to, had to make some adjustments along the way but still a great trip. Thanks for everyone who gave me advice on here and there are two apps/websites that made everything much easier - Safetravel.is and vedur.is. Highly recommend them both.
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2021.10.25 14:35 pedal_deals_bot Yamaha Motif ES 6 - $92 ($62 + $30 S/H) 100%
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2021.10.25 14:35 Leonboi64 we still believe
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2021.10.25 14:35 JustScratch9459 North Carolina man identified as victim of John Wayne Gacy
North Carolina man identified as victim of John Wayne Gacy
CHICAGO (AP) — A North Carolina man who moved to Chicago was one of the victims of John Wayne Gacy, who was convicted of killing 33 young men and boys in the 1970s, authorities said Monday. Francis Wayne Alexander would have been 21 or 22 years old when Gacy killed him sometime between early 1976 and early 1977, Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart said at a news conference in announcing the identification of Alexander’s remains. In a statement, Alexander’s sister, Carolyn Sanders, thanked the sheriff’s office for giving the family some level of “closure.” “It is hard, even 45 years later, to know the fate of our beloved Wayne,” Sanders wrote. “He was killed at the hands of a vile and evil man. Our hearts are heavy, and our sympathies go out to the other victims’ families. ... We can now lay to rest what happened and move forward by honoring Wayne.” Alexander’s remains were among 26 sets that police found in the crawl space under Gacy’s home just outside the city. Three victims, meanwhile, were found buried on Gacy’s property and four others whom Gacy admitted killing were found in waterways south of Chicago.
In 2011, Dart’s office exhumed the remains of eight victims, including Alexander, who had been buried without police knowing who they were. Dart called on anyone who had a male relative disappear in the Chicago area in the 1970s to submit DNA. That was the time when Gacy was luring young men and boys to his home to eventually kill them. Within weeks, the sheriff’s office announced that it had identified one set of remains as those of William Bundy, a 19-year-old construction worker. In 2017, the office identified a second set as those of 16-year-old Jimmy Haakenson, who disappeared after he phoned his mother in Minnesota and told her that he was in Chicago. The details of Alexander’s life in Chicago are sketchy. Born in North Carolina, he moved to New York and then on to Chicago, where he was married for approximately three months before he was divorced in 1975. According to the sheriff’s office’s news release, the last known record of Alexander’s life was a traffic ticket he received in Chicago in January of 1976 — a year in which he earned little money. How he crossed paths with one of the most notorious serial killers in American history is a mystery, as authorities say all they know is that “Alexander lived in an area that was frequented by Gacy and where other identified victims had previously lived.” The identification of Alexander came together when the sheriff’s department teamed up with a nonprofit called the DNA Doe Project, which uses genetic information to locate relatives of dead people who have not been identified. The organization compared the DNA profile from the unidentified victim’s remains to profiles on a genealogy website to find potential relatives. That led it to Alexander’s family, and Alexander’s mother and half-brother provided their DNA for comparison. Between the genetic testing, financial records, post-mortem reports and other information, investigators were able to confirm that the remains were Alexander’s. The submission of DNA from people who suspected Gacy might have killed their loved ones has helped police solve at least 11 cold cases of homicides that had nothing to do with Gacy, who was executed in 1994. It has also helped families find loved ones who while missing, were alive, including a man in Oregon who had no idea his family was looking for him
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2021.10.25 14:35 Historical_Cicada_17 Pakistan Zindabad!!
2021.10.25 14:35 ST012Mi [Arxanii] Updated compilation of Alperen Sengun yelling “Give me that shit!” after blocking a shot
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2021.10.25 14:35 WittyQuacker Film Club - Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)
Happy Halloween Film Club!
Much to my blood pressure's dismay, it's spooky season and we went all out with the Body Horror theme, picking Shinya Tsukamoto's all-time classic - Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)! Head over to the film's JustWatch page to find where it's streaming in your country! Thanks to Film Club loyalist and mod-superhero u/cdbavg400 for the suggestion in the last thread, and we hope you all enjoy!
Once you've finished watching this edition's selection, you can head to the Film Club channel in our Discord Server to join in with the discussion, or leave your thoughts on the film to discuss in the comments below. Also, don't forget to tag your diary entries with 'lbfilmclub' so if you decide to review the film, it's up for spotlight selection in the next Film Club post! Here are our review spotlights from the last instalment - What's Up, Doc? (1972).
COME ON AND SLAM, AND WELCOME TO TH- Well you know the rest... Make your suggestions and vote on which film you want to see picked for the most anticipated theme in Film Club history, by responding to the pinned comment below!
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