♥crazybitch 1 child; 5550 posts
24th May '13
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" Why are you ignoring people who are giving you leginimate advise and just replying back to the drama? ... [snip!] ... (your bf) to bail you out of hard situations. It sucks I know, but being a mother means sacrificing when things get tough.""



What am I to say to that?



Thanks?

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14113 posts
24th May '13
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" Why are you ignoring people who are giving you leginimate advise and just replying back to the drama? ... [snip!] ... (your bf) to bail you out of hard situations. It sucks I know, but being a mother means sacrificing when things get tough.""


Because clearly, she thrives on drama. Just look at her life lol.

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18123 posts
24th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" What am I to say to that? Thanks?"


You can take the damn advise and stop being a drama llama and shut up....

Sneakmom 2 kids; Texas 4861 posts
24th May '13

The point here is that you're intentionally putting yourself in the position of being financially dependent on some dude you've been dating who is married, and thus is going to be financially erratic at some point in time (lawyer? Financial separation? The list of reasons he's financially unstable right now goes on...) which is just dumb. And you keep asking for advice but don't actually want to hear real life advice because that would conflict with your fantasy world. (He's in a fantasy world too if thinks he can comfortably fit eight cats and five people in a two bedroom house lmao)

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69582 posts
status 24th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" What am I to say to that? Thanks?"


Or "Hey, yeah you're right, it's time for me to put my big girl panties on and figure it out."



There would be no drama with anyone IRL, no sticky situations if you would just concentrate on getting yourself into a financially independent position. That is the best thing you could ever do for yourself and your kids.



You move in with him, you break up and get kicked out. You have no job or way of supporting yourself or your kids and then what? Don't ever put yourself in a situation where you have to depend on others to survive.

♥crazybitch 1 child; 5550 posts
24th May '13
Quoting BαtMαɳ:" Or "Hey, yeah you're right, it's time for me to put my big girl panties on and figure it out." There ... [snip!] ... yourself or your kids and then what? Don't ever put yourself in a situation where you have to depend on others to survive."


He wouldn't kick me out. He bends over backwards for his ex, and he expressed that he would be there to help me no matter what, if we weren't together he still hopes I am successful . even if we didn't stay together he said I could live with him until I was ready to leave. He's 33 years old almost 34.. He's not a flaky 18 year old dude.. He just doesn't want to sell his house or get rid of his cats that he's had for ten years.

BαtMαɳ Gotham, __, United States 69582 posts
status 24th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" He wouldn't kick me out. He bends over backwards for his ex, and he expressed that he would be there ... [snip!] ... He's not a flaky 18 year old dude.. He just doesn't want to sell his house or get rid of his cats that he's had for ten years."


I understand that and I'm not knocking that at all. But he has no commitment to you like he does his soon to be ex-wife. There is history there that you guys just don't have. You can't count on him not cheating, getting into drugs, falling apart completely out of no where or him not losing his job (not saying he will, just saying you never know what the future holds) and you need to make sure that no matter what happens, you are prepared to financially handle a situation like that.

tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Staten Island, NY, United States 29663 posts
24th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" He wouldn't kick me out. He bends over backwards for his ex, and he expressed that he would be there ... [snip!] ... He's not a flaky 18 year old dude.. He just doesn't want to sell his house or get rid of his cats that he's had for ten years."


Well this doesn't sound like a trapped man right here. :shock:

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18123 posts
24th May '13
Quoting tinana+2:" Well this doesn't sound like a trapped man right here. :shock:"


I bet he is wishing he wrapped it up by now. lol

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
24th May '13
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" I bet he is wishing he wrapped it up by now. lol"


hes already said he wanted her to have an abortion. at least he has SOME sense

Elly.and.Kelly 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Alberta 212 posts
24th May '13

CRAZY CAT MAN :D

♥crazybitch 1 child; 5550 posts
25th May '13
Quoting ღFrodoliciousღ:" OH! I did! I went to LPN school! I dropped and changed majors after I figured out, A- they don't make ... [snip!] ... I love. Child care. But yeah, easy fucking classes. You'd have to be a total dumbass to be struggling in those classes. :lol:"


The classes differ from area to area.. the program im in has a 97% pass rate on the n-clex exam. That's one of the best pass rates in the country. You re a total dumbass for assuming you know anything about anything regarding my life.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
25th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" The classes differ from area to area.. the program im in has a 97% pass rate on the n-clex exam. That's ... [snip!] ... of the best pass rates in the country. You re a total dumbass for assuming you know anything about anything regarding my life."


You DO realize there's a NATIONAL standard for those classes, though. You're a total dumbass for thinking we have no clue about nursing classes.

♥crazybitch 1 child; 5550 posts
25th May '13
Quoting PurpleBama582:" You DO realize there's a NATIONAL standard for those classes, though. You're a total dumbass for thinking we have no clue about nursing classes. "


Like I said before I'm not arguing about the difficulty level of my LPN program. I know that it's difficult.. the material is not what's difficult.. It's the pace. 10-15 chapters a week, around 300 pages, and a test to take, that if you get less than 77% youre done...I know that I have been busting my ass for the past year and half for this while working FULL TIME with a FOUR YEAR OLD, I know exactly how difficult it is.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
25th May '13
Quoting ♥crazybitch:" Like I said before I'm not arguing about the difficulty level of my LPN program. I know that it's difficult.. ... [snip!] ... my ass for the past year and half for this while working FULL TIME with a FOUR YEAR OLD, I know exactly how difficult it is."


If you can't handle the pace of the CLASSES, how do you expect to handle the pace of the WORK? I went to school 4 days a week, got 40 hours in at a nursing home the other three days(Friday-Sunday), and I did with TWO children, ages 3 1/2 and 2.