Newest Member: Btz1981


BS - Me, 45 ExWS - Husband, 47 SA dx in March 2013 T-25, M-21 college sweethearts Multiple DDays / OWs since 1999 Most recent DDay 8-12 Divorced

Men Who Can't Love

This is more appropriate for the new beginning folks choosing to enter the dating world.

I've read Mr Unavailable and The Fallback Girl (baggage reclaim) and this book has some similarity, but it's presented from the commitment phobe male perspective.

Talks about fast forwarding and coming on ultra strong in the beginning of a relationship as a red flag for fear of commitment (who knew?)

Very insightful on red flags to watch for and advises setting healthy boundaries and focusing on self. I highly recommend it (just wish I read it 6 months ago... )

0 comment posted: Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

question about linkedin

Never mind, I figured it out.

[This message edited by Issaquah at 12:03 PM, January 22nd (Thursday)]

0 comment posted: Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

Using my iPhone to track WH

My spidey sense has just been screaming at me lately - nothing I can put my finger on, but I'm usually right, so...

I used to have a gps device that I hid in WH's car, but can no longer us it since I have a new laptop and can't run the software. He has a vintage porsche that's so loud that I don't think I'd have any luck hiding a VAR in, plus the car is so tiny I'm not really sure I could hide it easily.

I was thinking that I could randomly place my iPhone in his car to track him. Not every day since I don't want to give up my phone. Is there better tracking software I could install rather than "find my phone"?

I'd love to jailbreak his phone, but since it's company owned and I'm terrible with technology, it's not really a good idea.

2 comments posted: Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

ideas for hiding a var in a small sports car

I'm considering bringing out the big guns again and would like to plant a VAR in his car. The problem is I need some ideas as to were to plant it. He obsessed all summer about needing a vintage porsche and within months is now driving an 1987 944. The thing is loud and there really doesn't seem to be a lot of hiding places. That ole' spidey sense is creeping back up.

2 comments posted: Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

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