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repeat behavior
August 12, 2015
3:00 am
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My husband, who is younger than I am, goes though periods--about two months--of being an attentive, thoughtful partner. Then without warning he will go on a totally selfish binge. Driving too much, staying out all night, forgetting his responsibilities, lying. This will last about three weeks, then it's back to the other behavior. I am getting so tired of this up and down lifestyle. I don't know what to do or how to handle the situation--I have tried everything from understanding and forgiving to cold shouldering to anger to talking. Am I missing something? Any suggestions?

August 21, 2015
9:07 pm
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There is absolutely nothing you can do about your husbands behavior. The only person who you have control over is yourself. What can you do to improve your situation?

You can say anything about me, but I am who I am & that’s something you could never be.
My name is what hoes tend to mention, keep talking bitches, I love the attention. →

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