Thoughts on Pilots and cheating..

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(Original post by Surnia)
Cosmo? And therein lies the problem; you can't rely on them for an entirely straight story where they haven't sexed things up a bit. You're overthinking it.

Thing is, if someone wants to cheat, they will. It's not being away in exotic locations and hotel rooms and flight attendants; someone in a 9 to 5 office job could have an affair with someone who lived a mile down the road in a suburban semi.

There's plenty of professions that see people apart a lot; some relationships dont survive, but it's not always about cheating, some partners just don't like being on their own for long periods, especially if they have children, house, job and are socialising with friends in couples. My boyfriend and I were in the Armed Forces, in different roles, and could spend months 1000s of miles apart with crappy phone and email connections. We've survived! You've got to put the effort in to keep in touch and keep it going, and trust each other.
Well said,Surnia.
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(Original post by Surnia)
Cosmo? And therein lies the problem; you can't rely on them for an entirely straight story where they haven't sexed things up a bit. You're overthinking it.

Thing is, if someone wants to cheat, they will. It's not being away in exotic locations and hotel rooms and flight attendants; someone in a 9 to 5 office job could have an affair with someone who lived a mile down the road in a suburban semi.

There's plenty of professions that see people apart a lot; some relationships dont survive, but it's not always about cheating, some partners just don't like being on their own for long periods, especially if they have children, house, job and are socialising with friends in couples. My boyfriend and I were in the Armed Forces, in different roles, and could spend months 1000s of miles apart with crappy phone and email connections. We've survived!
see that's the thing!

We've been long distancing ever since not one problem! and then you have friends and ****ing family give you sympathetic smiles

and tell you stuff

I was looking up something about pilots today (which lead to me panicking) and the most searched thing guess what??

"Do pilots cheat?" why? why is that most searched? can't cheating happen in any profession? That's what I thought the more I read peoples stories and heard about AIDS (what the hell is that, it's making it sound like some sort of disease it's pathetic!) the more frightened I got.

It's so horrible when anything can trigger it off and I feel like an arse hat and stupid so before anyone suggests that I know it, I have been and still am scared of losing someone. Especially my boyfriend, we haven't had it easy.

I'm sorry for seeming mad I'm not mad at your response just about me, my stupid anxiety (diagnosed and on medication) and stupid web searches and family friends!
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Anonymous #2
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How do you get the time to even be on here?

Isnt your job very demanding?

Nurses have a pretty hectic schedule
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How do you get the time to even be on here?

Isnt your job very demanding?

Nurses have a pretty hectic schedule
They are also allowed to have their free time and go on TSR if they so please
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see that's the thing!

We've been long distancing ever since not one problem! and then you have friends and ****ing family give you sympathetic smiles

and tell you stuff

I was looking up something about pilots today (which lead to me panicking) and the most searched thing guess what??

"Do pilots cheat?" why? why is that most searched? can't cheating happen in any profession? That's what I thought the more I read peoples stories and heard about AIDS (what the hell is that, it's making it sound like some sort of disease it's pathetic!) the more frightened I got.

It's so horrible when anything can trigger it off and I feel like an arse hat and stupid so before anyone suggests that I know it, I have been and still am scared of losing someone. Especially my boyfriend, we haven't had it easy.

I'm sorry for seeming mad I'm not mad at your response just about me, my stupid anxiety (diagnosed and on medication) and stupid web searches and family friends!
Gosh damn, you really need to relax and stop worrying about it too much.
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Gosh damn, you really need to relax and stop worrying about it too much.
If it's bothering you so much then you don't have to keep responding.

People take things differently, if you've said your part then that's all well and good.

I've got the message loud and clear thank you
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They are also allowed to have their free time and go on TSR if they so please
Okay!!!?

Just asking you, nothing else. Honestly,chill.

Dont make it such a big big deal out of it.

I have full faith he trusts you and wouldnt cheat on you ever.
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Anonymous #2
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If it's bothering you so much then you don't have to keep responding.

People take things differently, if you've said your part then that's all well and good.

I've got the message loud and clear thank you
I think its bothering you.


Your tone and language is extremely rude.

You dont need to be so rude.


Just be calm and chill!

Go to sleep.
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Anonymous #1
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Okay!!!?

Just asking you, nothing else. Honestly,chill.

Dont make it such a big big deal out of it.

I have full faith he trusts you and wouldnt cheat on you ever.
I'm not I'm entitled to act however I want to.

I'm just anxious we've been through a lot, and my relationship of course is something I value.

I am reasonable and was just wanting to find out what the likelihood is I agree with most responses if not all of them, with what they have said.
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Anonymous #2
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Why create a thread and just share your em

(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm not I'm entitled to act however I want to.

I'm just anxious we've been through a lot, and my relationship of course is something I value.

I am reasonable and was just wanting to find out what the likelihood is I agree with most responses if not all of them, with what they have said.
Look, I totally get your feelings and emotion and worries.

And am respectful of your opinions, but you really need to stop overtly panicking and just chill.
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I think its bothering you.


Your tone and language is extremely rude.

You dont need to be so rude.


Just be calm and chill!

Go to sleep.
My tone is rude because every 5 minutes or every minute or so I'm getting tagged by you telling me I've overreacting and sometimes I'm getting tagged on multiple occasions from the same posts I've made, telling me to calm down and that I'm exaggerating. I understand that I am. Re-iterating that several times to me is getting to the point where I feel bad, and I understand where you're coming from, but I don't need constant reminders that I'm exaggerating or overreacting or that I need to chill. Saying it once is enough. Saying it more than that seems like constant berating and I don't need that
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Moderators, can you all close this thread as the situation has been sorted and the lady has already gotten some good damn advice?

DrawTheLine
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Moderators, can you all close this thread as the situation has been sorted and the lady has already gotten some good damn advice?

DrawTheLine
It's not up to you to ask to close this thread? I am simply asking you to stop telling me to chill, to the point you sounded rude first saying "Gosh damn" Like you don't know me? or what I've been through? Please always be respectful of people, because you don't know what they're going through. It could be bereavement, financial struggles, mental illness, abuse, anything. You just don't know.

Please stop commenting if it's going to bother you. I shall close this thread very shortly on my own accord thank you very much for your responses and advice and no hard feelings
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To be honest, i dont think you are a nurse in real life.
To be honest, I don't know who gave you the audacity to be so plain rude.

I am not going to waste my time responding to someone so ignorant and rude.

Have a nice night.
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Dont force me what to do. Okay!!?

I feel entitled to do what I want to do and have to say.


You are really rude.


I really hope your boyfriend dumps you very soon.
Pathetic go and try and get yourself your own boyfriend or find someone else to torment and spam
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To be honest, I don't know who gave you the audacity to be so plain rude.

I am not going to waste my time responding to someone so ignorant and rude.

Have a nice night.
I am not the person who started being rufe initially.


You have been given pretty good damn advice and you just dont seem to follow it.
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I am not the person who started being rufe initially.


You have been given pretty good damn advice and you just dont seem to follow it.
I have I have agreed to take some time out to sort my head around it, and have agreed to calm down I am overreacting as you have said.
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Anonymous #1
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And dont go reporting me on tsr!

Your boyfriend is dating one of the rudest, disrespectful people he has met.
What? I never reported you?
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Anonymous #2
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What? I never reported you?
Yes you did, Madam.
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Anonymous #1
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Yes you did, Madam.
No I didn't.

I'm being honest why would I report?

If I didnt' want advice I would have reported but I didn't

All I said to you was that ?
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