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1 year after moving out

It has been a year since into moved into a new apt. alone. I went NC from my ex 2 months ago. I started dating someone 6 months ago and I feel so grateful to be with someone who I can talk to about anything.

I feel like things are moving faster in this relationship, which I am having difficulty processing where I want it to go. He is under going surgery and he wants me to take care of him. I am terrified of giving too much of myself to someone who I really don’t feel would be able to do the same for me.

In my previous relationship I made big sacrifices to be with him and to satisfy his needs, but he wasn’t able to offer the same in return. Eventually he cheated on me numerous times. The current guy I am with said if my career took me somewhere else he wouldn’t be able to go. He also talks to his ex fiancé and doesn’t trust me to be alone with gay men, which I just found out this weekend.

The positive side of the relationship is that he will be by side every night without a doubt. He wants me to be happy and has made changes to enable me to safe with him. I want to be with him during his surgery, and take care of him, but I also don’t want to be doormat in another relationship.

We live in the same building and see each other nearly everyday.

1 comment posted: Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

Find all websites associate with gmail and passwords

I have been waiting to get access to this forum mostly to share how I found my WSO's activity on a website I would have never known to search for.

You need access to the your WSO gmail account. Only tell them that you are using it to keep up with them during recovery. Do not tell them you are searching for other websites they are searching. Make sure you enter your phone number in the 2-step verification settings so the pin code for 2-step verification goes to your phone. You may need to look up the instructions for this. Be sure to do this as soon as you have access to the gmail account.

Once you have access to the account go to "Sign-in & Security" scroll down to "Apps with Account Access" and select "Manage Passwords" under "Saved Passwords" if your WSO saved the passwords to the site they used you can view the username and password here. If not, you can scroll to the bottom to see the sites that do not have saved passwords.

Note: Once you have access to the Gmail account you will need to enter the password for this Gmail account to view passwords to other sites.

(((happy white hacking)))

[This message edited by trb84 at 11:33 AM, August 8th (Wednesday)]

0 comment posted: Wednesday, August 8th, 2018

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