So I looked at a few different websites to see what people might do in a relationship should they be cheating/unfaithful, and my girlfriend fit the bill on every. Single. Thing. She's fit the bill since we first got together, too, which is the most frustrating part. We've known each other for a few years and split up once for a few months where she ended up dating and having sex with other people, also while keeping our son, until she gave him to me and continued to do her own things like playing pokemon go and making friends (probably doing drugs too). I digress, the main question I have in my situation is that, according to online sources, having OCD can pretty much automatically make you mistrust everything, especially your partners in relationships. How likely is it that she isn't being unfaithful and I'm simply pitting her against me? In my mind, I see her as doing things in a very selfish or self-centered way; today, she's going to see a movie with her friend while my son and I are home sick with strep. She's sick too, but doesn't want to help me take care of the house or baby. She spent the night at her friend's house last night even though she told me she didn't want to, and I encouraged her not to. I told her of my concerns and that she was doing things my online sources would indicate of signs of cheating, and she didn't give me a real answer or response to it.
Obviously it's been on my mind a lot, but how can we know when too much is too much?
So recently I've gotten a girls number but not entirely sure how to expand on it. The first 2 weeks we both exchanged memes and foodgore but lately she hasn't been all that responsive (We still see one another in real life though). I'm curious as to how do I make conversation on text normally because I cannot for the life of me do it
>be working manly man job where reputation is everything >am Irish (this comes into play later) >buddy makes small penis joke several times throughout the day to me, pretty funny the first 2 times the others it gets annoying >hit the pub with him and a few guys later >feeling good >catch him in a corner and ask what was up with the small dick jokes >he explains “that’s why you were so down today?!” And that the joke is Irish have small peniss. >feel like I made a mountain out of an ant hill >kind of left it at that >now feel like he thinks I do have a small penis because of how down I was (I don’t just an average default penis)
Not sure where to go from here. Should I explain I don’t have a small penis and looking back the joke is funny or what? I’m so confused on this situation. I’m terrible for the most part with social situations like this.
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I asked this question on /b/ thinking id get some more "realistic" answers but i got roasted(expected to some extent) but guys i need someone to talk to about this shit. recently my gf told me about her exs monster dick, and how much better it was by default than my average dick(dont ask how this topic came up). Im now noticing that she doesnt seem to enjoy sex, like she does, but in a very shallow and basic way. my question is, are big dicks just automatically by default better? is there any hope? should i kill myself and just be happy that i dont exist? probably not gonna but i want to,. i feel like a fucking beta. i dont even know if i can be with this girl any more, its juts different now. but whats the point if every other girl would say the same thing, unless they havent had one bigger than mine. dont come in here telling me im a cuck beta bc i already am aware of that, i just simply want to know if a larger dick is all around physically by default better in any situation, it sure seems that way.