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By  Rkikkas9713  |  25

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  Rkikkas9713  |  25

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  Rkikkas9713  |  25

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  alindori  |  2

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  Miss_Moody23  |  17

You want a reason for down voting? It's because the mother having trust in her husband is such a menial thing in the vast disappointment of this girls father cheating. I down voted you for making it seem positive.

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  candisweets  |  10

what if it wasnt the husband, maybe it was her and as a way to cover her tracks she blamed her daughter. all is possible especially if she's so insistant it was OP.

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  Rkikkas9713  |  25

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  Rkikkas9713  |  25

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  milehigh52  |  22

Why do you care if you get down voted?You voiced your opinion that is all that matters. You getting all upset about getting down voted just makes people want to keep doing it.

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  allie2590  |  28

I feel like the reason her mom is being so hard on her is that she knows if the condom doesn't belong to her daughter and boyfriend, it's her husband. Denial.

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  tantanpanda  |  25

If OP lives with her boyfriend in their own apartment, I'd tell the mother "fine, when you find out, it isn't my fault". One parent is cheating and the other parent turns the blind eye.

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  shutupshane12  |  12

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  SeriousJoker72  |  18

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  BeastyMcbeast  |  19

I believe #3 is inferring that the mother has no control over Op's life and that Op doesn't need to listen to her and can do anything she wants therefore "living her own life". He wasn't referring to the fact she lives in a seperate apartment.

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  chosha_fml  |  20

I doubt OP ever considered not seeing him. I think the FML is just how ridiculous her mum is for trying to say she couldn't see him any more and what a dishonest douche her dad is being.

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  boating_guy  |  33

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  aliezzo  |  19

They will but at some point they'll have an advisory role in your life no longer dictating your every move. At the age of 22 its probable that they should no longer intervene directly.

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  Arwen_Evenstar  |  37

#70, and what is he going to do? Get mad, throw a hissy fit? Just because he says it, doesn't mean he has a choice. It sounds like OP is living her own life, her mother just doesn't appear to have accepted that fact.

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  Mr23  |  9

Even assuming you're 100% financially independent (which, let's face it, in our time isn't a given) there's still the fact that this is your family and you care what they think. Call it "internalizing the oppression", but you're going to feel "wrong" about crossing your parents well into your 20s. Or it might just be me.

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  ZorEl_fml  |  6

It's just you, 112. I will listen to what my parents say, but all in all, it's my decision. as an adult, I make my own choices. half of my family disowned me for being atheist. Didn't change who I was.

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It's not just you, 112. I agree. While I'm an adult and technically can do what I want, I really value my family's approval and I hate tension being created within my family. If you care about maintaining a good relationship with your parents/family, it's going to be hard when they don't approve of something. Not saying that always means you shouldn't do it, but it's definitely something I take into consider even at 20 years old.

By  sam882  |  28

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By  sturschaedel  |  27

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  alitairi  |  18

hmm, end an untrue marriage or keep it a secret and let the woman who raised me and birthed me stay married to a sleezy asshole? I wonder what should be done?

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  chosha_fml  |  20

#7 If the marriage fails over this it will be the dad's fault, not OP's for not taking the blame. What fucked up guilt-tripping to suggest otherwise. Wait, are you OP's dad?

By  Colon_Man  |  17

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  syed121417  |  22

Why do people think just because one is not married, it's giving themselves away? After all, OP and their boyfriend are 22 and live together, they have most likely been together for a while. Needless to say, it's not he main issue. A husband is cheating on his wife who is in denial and you worry about a young couple not being married yet?

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  jackycat  |  17

#117 One of my very close friends recently got married and she lived with her then fiancé for almost two years and they didn't have sex until they got married. It was important to then that they knew that they would work well living together before they got married and they both didn't believe in sex before marriage. Living together doesn't automatically mean having sex. Uncommon, but not impossible.

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  maharb01  |  16

just don't flush the socks down the toilet, haha. they actually "featured" the whole condom masturbate deal in that movie "I love you man." Jason Segel said he used them to de-sensitize himself. but yea. . .tad pricey

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