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Old 05-25-2018, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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20: The End?

Keith and Chemda answer questions this week that seem to have a common theme: ending relationships. And Keith can relate to it all. Bree’s dealing with a woman that will have his baby if they accidentally get pregnant. Does he have to end it? Pete’s lady is so much more into him than he is into her. Does he have to end it? Shawn addresses the woman he’s seeing who’s bothered by him washing up after sex. She thinks he must find sex gross, but he insists she’s simply not listening to his response. Does he have to end it?

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Old 05-25-2018, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i can't think of anything more disgusting than sharing a toothbrush with someone. i don't care if i just came up from eating your asshole, i'm gonna need my own or a fresh newly opened brush, thank you. your tongue i will suck on like a cherry popsicle on a hot day, but the thing that cleans it may as well be a toilet brush i don't want it in my mouth.
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People have their own, very particular preferences about sharing. I don't like sharing a toothbrush, and I've had partners who thought it was gross to share a razor. I never asked to use theirs and never would, but they would tell me that they never wanted me to use their razor. I had a partner who complained that I didn't like sharing bathroom time (showering, brushing teeth, cleaning up before bed), meanwhile they didn't like sharing other things. They couldn't understand that I liked to be alone in the washroom to do all that stuff. It was a bit of alone time that I needed before I prepared to wind down and join my partner in the bedroom. I grew up with that time being private, and it became a preference.

Everyone has their own quirks. If you're dating someone, understand what they do or don't like, see if you can deal with it, keep it in mind, and move on. Don't dwell on it or complain about it too much.

Also, I always clean myself off after sleeping with a man. With women, not so much. I just don't like having man juices all over me while I'm laying in bed. There's a particular taste, smell, and texture that goes with that, and I don't enjoy it when I'm finished having sex.
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What’s the nicest/best way anyone has been dumped/let go/had a dating relationship end? Is there such a thing?
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What’s the nicest/best way anyone has been dumped/let go/had a dating relationship end? Is there such a thing?
Sorry I was always the person to dump.of course.
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What’s the nicest/best way anyone has been dumped/let go/had a dating relationship end? Is there such a thing?
Sorry I was always the person who dumped the other one. No idea.
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I’m starting to get your point.

So, what was the best way you thought you did it?
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I did it shitty a few times and I had better examples.

Good was: calling him ( it was long distance) and telling him that I want to break up because I'm not feeling it anymore. We were about 2 years together.
Saying that it's final and that I'm sorry but sure.

Saying yes to one meeting to talk about it and answering all questions. Never going back or sending mixed signals. Not texting him anymore at all.

A break up always hurts unless both partners want to break up at the same time.
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My suggestions: know it will hurt the other person no matter what.

So be very clear, don't allow any hope for getting back together if you don't want to. Let the other person keep their dignity. Don t say " let's separate for a few weeks and see" if you know for sure it's over for you.

Don t use your ex for compliments and support when you feel alone after the break up. It's over. Your ex is not a toy. Let him go.
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You missed a very important point with Bree.
His girlfriend wants to have a baby. Stop wasting her time! I don't know her age but let get go so that she can find a man who also wants a kid. As long as you stay with her she thinks you are on board.

It's great to be in charge of your body. But that doesn't mean noone should be allowed to want a child. Or that abortion is the only way to go for everyone always.
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