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He never talks to me anymore he more or less talks down on me. I'm not pretty enough, smart enough or good in bed. Every time he knocks me I try to make improvements but still he seems unimpressed. I have reached out to one of the ministers at my church and he has been giving some great advice however my husband doesn't seemed moved. But recently the minister he is single and I have been developing feelings for one another, he makes me feel good about myself although we have not crossed the line I'm starting to really feel like I want to.
I love my husband but I really don't think he loves me. Should I move on to divorce so I can have a relationship with my minister or should I try to work it out once again? I met this guy I was feeling a little vulnerable left the club and went with him to a hotel. Yes it was a one night stand and I'm cool with it. I didn't plan on seeing him again.
Well me and my boyfriend patched things up. One night he tells me that he had a new co-worker that was single and he thought it would be cool to hook him up with my BFF that is single.
We make arrangements for them to meet with us out for dinner one night and I'll be damned if my husbands co-worker wasn't the guy that I had the one night stand with. He and my BFF hit it off and oddly enough but what made me relax at dinner is he seemed not to remember me.
I blew a sigh of relief. But they continued to see each other and seemed to be getting along ok. We all decided to go out on another double date and had a blast. But this time when we went to leave the establishment while walking to our cars my BFF new dude, when no one was paying attention, he patted my on the butt and whispered "hey lady" and smiled.
I kinda just played it off and kept moving.
My question is do I need to address him privately or tell my BFF and my boyfriend about me and this guys one night knowledge of each other? I have a great job here in Cleveland. My boyfriend wanted to continue our relationship. We try to visit as much as we can he sometimes comes here and I sometimes go there.
We talk on the phone as much as we can when we are not at work. But things have gotten a little awkward feeling. I don't want to pressure him into marriage but in my mind something has got to give.
Realistically how long can I continue to be in a relationship with a person that I'm not in the same state with? And if we do finally get to the marriage stage who gives up who's dream job? He is kind, loving, hard working and raising his son as a single parent. I just recently graduated from college and landed the job of my dreams.
Life seems amazing right? Well I took him home to meet my parents and they weren't crazy at all about him having a child and the thought of me potentially becoming a stepmom without having a child of my own. But what really set them off was when they asked him about his relationship with God and he said he didn't have one as a matter of fact he says he's a non-believer!!
I had no idea. On the way home from my parents I felt so confused and heartbroken. Here I thought our challenge was his child but it's the fact that he doesn't believe he is a child of God.
I really love this man as well as his child but how can I continue a relationship with a man that doesn't believe in God? I have kinda been stand offish to him ever since but he has been still adamantly pursuing me?
What can I or should I do? My husband has always been a happy go lucky, knows everybody, greets everybody and even an inisint flirt most the time. One of the things that attracted to me to him was his bubbly, overly social personality but the way he greets people has got to change now that we are married.
You see he is a hugger and when he see's women he knows out and about he hugs them and kisses them on lips.
Nothing romantic but still it's on the lips. We had our first lil fight about this he says the kisses mean nothing not mention it wasn't like a secret that he greeted folks that way, he said I never made it an issue before. Plus he doesn't want people to think that he is acting funny now especially since I'm not that loving social bunny he is. I told him that we are married now, and it is just not a good look. Can you help us? My friend says that she is tired of his old school ways the money he makes and she says he just won't reinvent himself.
She continues to grow up the corporate ladder and she says he is not keeping up with her. She also says that she loves him but she is not "in" love with him anymore. She has also started secretly dating other guys unbenounced to him. She has become real petty, mean and doesn't really have time for their child alot of the times.
End of potash mining as Boulby looks to the future | The Northern Echo
Well her husband feels that something is wrong and he has been coming to me for help with their daughter as far as getting her hair done and giving her rides to or from school or her friends birthday parties. My friend knows all of this but doesn't care but I am starting to have feelings for her husband not too mention I think she is handling this situation all wrong and I have told her so.
She just laughs it off. Her husband is really hurting and says he is trying to work on things to get their marriage back on track. I personally know that according to her there is no getting back on track. Should I tell her husband what I do know? And am I wrong for loving her husband and should I him then her? During a movie change I went to the restroom when I came back to the living room she was going through my phone.
I asked her why was she going through my phone, she said she thought she heard it vibrate and was just getting it for me. I let it go. But now I'm getting phone calls from females I haven't talked to in a long time saying that the have been getting strange phone calls from a woman asking questions about me.
I confronted my girl about this and she finally admitted it, she said "yes I have been going through your phone for a while and I did want to know what the nature of these women's relationship with you was.
She wanted to know why I still have these peoples numbers in my phone if I'm longer with them. The last copper mine closed indealing a blow to the community and local economy, which revolved around that industry. Ducktown and Polk County later decided to take over the loan. One former administrator, who has since sued hospital board members for her firing, allegedly neglected to pay payroll taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, which has since slapped a lien on the hospital.
One person in town expected the two gas stations to go next. They just finally came off. Or they can drive 40 miles through a mountain gorge to Cleveland, Tenn. Erlanger Health System in Chattanooga also provides an air ambulance service for Ducktown residents needing to be flown out in an emergency.
Some patients say those options are too far away, leading to delays in necessary care. Tallent, the former hospital board chair, suffered from extreme hip pain three months ago.
She was alarmed, having broken her hip before. The ordeal took hours.
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Insurance creates another barrier. Town residents complained that Quorum Health-owned Fannin Regional charges much more for services than not-for-profit Copper Basin did. Tricia Deal, a former Copper Basin employee who now works as a phlebotomist for Pathgroup, said not having a nearby hospital is more than just an inconvenience for elderly patients.
We were family to them, and they felt safe here. But without a hospital in town, it's unlikely a new industry will take its place. Video by Shelby Livingston and Emily Olsen Hospital officials tried to find a buyer and met with dozens of potential investors and hospital operators, but after visiting the facility none were interested.
Ducktown residents are holding on to hope that a system like Erlanger will swoop in to save the day like it did with Murphy N. Medical Center, a critical-access hospital 30 miles away that Erlanger took over earlier this year. That almost happened in Ducktown, but past administrators passed on the opportunity.
A couple of years ago, Erlanger had ongoing conversations with Copper Basin about how to fix its financial issues. Copper Basin is not alone in failing to adapt to changes in healthcare and resisting newer modes of care, such as telemedicine or free-standing EDs.
At struggling hospitals across the state, Tennessee Hospital Association President Craig Becker has encountered many communities unwilling to consider alternative models of care. So the future of healthcare in Ducktown is up in the air.