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Tue Jun 6 2:06 pm  #21


Re: Forum Jargon for Newbies

Thank you for all the info. I'm fairly new with this in my life. I can use any info and help I can get. Thanks for being there to share


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Thu Jun 8 8:43 pm  #22


Re: Forum Jargon for Newbies

Bboop60 wrote:

Thank you for all the info. I'm fairly new with this in my life. I can use any info and help I can get. Thanks for being there to share

Hi Bboop... happy to help. Please feel free to make a post in any of the threads or create your own


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Sun Jun 18 12:04 pm  #23


Re: Forum Jargon for Newbies

Hello, I am new to this group. Thank you so much for sharing all the acronyms. They are a great help, but I think it will be awhile before I remember all of them. Have a great day.


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Sun Jun 18 7:04 pm  #24


Re: Forum Jargon for Newbies

@Lostgirl
          I can very well understand where you are coming from. I think I had a suspicion the something up going on with my BH. He finally came out to be probably 2-3 years ago. We are married 32 years next week. I  have decided to stay together. We r working very hard at it. We are going to a councilor at least once a month. It is a daily struggle. The one time we have learned is that communication is a key factor in making it work. It helps to share things, both good & not so good. It's very hard. But what helped me was to decide what I wanted to do, stay with him or not. Then we worked on it together. I ultimately learned that I had to do what was best for me & us. I still have questions & think I always will. I decided that we had been together for so long & shared so much that I didn't want to give that up. I learned that this was part of who he is & I accepted that.
   Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you on this journey. Take a deep breath. 


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Tue Jul 11 11:07 pm  #25


Re: Forum Jargon for Newbies

Hi everyone

I have added 'MOR' (Mixed Orientation Relationship) to our list of acronyms.  I haven't seen it used much but I think it's warranted given that lots of people aren't married these days.  I also noticed that the forum intro (top of the main page) now refers to 'mixed orientation relationships' rather than 'marriages'.  I think this is a good - all encompassing - change. I hope you all concur.

You may have also noticed that I added a few acronyms a while ago that people here dealing with transgender issues have been using in the forum.  I hope y'all are ok about that too. 

Cheers.

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