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Birth Date: 1998-04-27

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  1. I used to be with someone like that. All it did was make me feel bad about myself on the occasions I gave in. So much so that it reached a point where I didn’t want to have sex with him anymore. It felt too much like coercion…

  2. I would, I think my biggest struggle is the fact she wasn’t just honest with me about it before things got as far as they did. I feel like trust is gonna have to rebuilt over this, and a lack of trust doesn’t seem like healthiest foundation for a relatively new relationship.

  3. Well, she went for the immediate payday and shot herself in the foot.

    How many companies want hire her due to her fame or infamy depending upon their POV? That's a big media spotlight shining on the company and harassing its employees with questions about her.

    Also, naked to evaluate her to her peers. Was she an intern due to her actual ability? Or due to her 18 month sexual relationship with the president?

  4. Did he tell you not to talk to him anymore out of frustration for being woken up? I don’t think asking people not to call late at night is controlling, it is a courtesy. Why was your friend calling at 130am? How long was your phone call? Was it an emergency? Did it wake your BF up?

  5. I think there are two separate issues in my opinion. First I think he’s right in wanting a space that’s just for him and barbershops tend to have this boys only sort of connotation. (I’m a woman in her 30’s who asked to go with my dad and younger brothers once and most of the times they said no and the one time I did it was definitely awkward.) I think you pushing him for an answer was a bit immature and approaching the “picking a fight territory”.

    Second is the issue around “bro code”. You know him better than me but does he often hang out with men who degrade women? Or is this a situation where he likes his barber but doesn’t want to ruin his business by confronting other customers who are virtually strangers? (I’m not a fan of this either and I wouldn’t want to spend money where misogyny is tolerated but that’s me.)

    If he regularly hangs out with misogynists that’s a different story and worthy of a discussion. If he likes his barber and is generally non confrontational I’d say you should probably take a very hot look at why this is such a big deal for you that he wants to go to his barber alone.

  6. You already messed up by approaching him and greeting him. That chapter of your life was over. You weren’t right for each over. That’s that. Time to let go all together and continue to move on.


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