@m.b.20 I felt that way about Glen - excused it due to binging it! Loved the show though
@fzmclaren this is victim blaming. She said no. We should be questioning why he thought it was ok to ignore the bourdaries. I do believe for her own health and well-being she needs to get out.
Thank you. I stopped watching this show a couple of seasons ago for the same reasons. They need to be calling out unhealthy behaviours instead of letting them continue unchecked
@rush nope the good old snappy kind! We had to trial a few to make sure it was a quick, clean death (one rat dragged a gentler drop 12m and back). You only need a few drops of the linseed. I literally dip a bit of wire in and dab it on the trap. Keep it in glass as they'll eat through plastic!
Mice and grasshoppers. Best thing to line the traps for mice is linseed oil - they can't get enough (you'll get 3-4 in one hit - and it won't harm birds, dogs or cats that may come across them
@jo bloggs I grew up with a similar dynamic and it drives me mental.
Yeah. Well our new motto is, "have the confidence of a Married at First Sight expert who has exclusively failed for seven seasons."
@nessa it's fantastic that you haven't had any issues. Clearly this is not the case for all women. It is somewhat concerning that you believe only women who fit certain physical criteria are likely to have issues.
I've been horrified by what Morgan has been writing and saying about Markle for years. What's more concerning is that his employers supported him and provided a platform for his vitriol. Where is the accountability there?! You can dislike someone and voice it once but to do so in the way he has and for the length of time he has (they met in person once!) is abusive.
@singlemumof3 I spent years beating myself up but please don't feel ashamed. You aren't to blame for his unhealthy behaviours. I told myself that it was my ex's mental health issues and he didn't mean it. Ironically, I now have depression and anxiety because of my relationship with him, and realise that poor mental health doesn't mean treating those you love like dirt.
He has not only betrayed you but repeatedly lied to you. Please leave - if not for your sake, then for your girls. Show them that they deserve someone who is honest and 100% committed
@chrissyinthemiddle yep, 100%. My ex cheated on me and everyone blamed me (I even had an email sent to me) - apparently I deserved it. I was paying both our bills because he'd gotten himself into debt and was walking on eggshells to make him happy. I miss those friendships but I know how blinded I was so I can't really blame them for believing the worst. He completely isolated me so there was never an opportunity to present another side
I'd love to see a line drawn before someone dies (people have already committed suicide overs3as following their experiences on 'reality' tv - pointing out unhealthy behaviours as they occur, rather than encouraging/ignoring them for ratings would be a good start. Most people can see participants certainly aren't partnered anymore with an expectation of love
@rush me too! That and her flowers. Absolutely stunning
There is no justification. If you don't want to be with someone own up and end it, before checking to see if the grass is greener elsewhere.
I experienced a few of these but by far the worst was the sudden oily hair/dry scalp combo. My hair would be rank within hours of washing it and is only coming good now, a year later, after much trial and error
If you're feeling run down ask for a blood test! I spent six months sick to the point where I was barely functioning (unable to drive, barely eating, out of breath walking a few metres, passing out and cramming sleep into every possible spare minute before a blood test finally confirmed low iron. Incredibly frustrating that it took so long given that I was having weekly Dr appointments and had had a heap of scans, meds, etc thrown at me but no-one thought to check iron levels. Turns out I'm lactose intolerant and failure to absorb iron is a sign
You deserve better. Please rip the bandaid off now. It will hurt but it will hurt much less than further down the track when he leaves you for his "one." In the meantime, you're missing the opportunity to meet someone who sees and values you in their present and their future.
@rush I'm not keen on it. I'd rather have regular 'us time' and thoughtful gestures that show we care than one big, overblown day
And adding to this...(personally experienced):