Stacey Dinozzo
Stacey Dinozzo thanked Scott Winters' answer

I would start by losing the mindset of "confronting" your spouse. Confrontation is typically a mood killer and elicits feelings of inadequacy. Instead, have a conversation with your spouse and simply tell him/her what your thinking and feeling. Good day, my friend.

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Stacey Dinozzo answered Anonymous' question

Stopping what you truely feel for someone is hard. It is what it is. But know that you have a choice to whether you want to like this person or not. If it's just a little crush, you'll eventually get over it. Keep yourself busy and you'll eventually forget or lose feelings towards that person. … Read more

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Stacey Dinozzo answered Anonymous' question

I would rather choose to be alone. There's so much more to life than just being in a relationship. Make a difference in the world, or travel around the world, head towards your dreams and goals.

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Stacey Dinozzo answered Anonymous' question

1 guy or some guys shouldn't judge all men on Earth. Stand proud of who you are if you're the girlfriend, because there's a reason why you're with him and why they're his ex. Stand your ground and be confident.

For an example, I don't get jealous if me & my husband run into … Read more

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Stacey Dinozzo answered

Some relationships that ended, some couples chooses to remain as friends and others split & act as strangers. My opinion, is that he's probably ignoring you on purpose, & I think it's best that you be the better person and just walk away from someone like him. Don't let something like this bug you, you … Read more

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Stacey Dinozzo answered Megan Alves' question

Honestly I'll have to disagree with you on this one. It goes the same way for both gender. Just because of one gender cheating doesn't mean that it'll judge for all. There's still some good people out there also. Not saying those who cheated are wrong, I believe they probably have their own reason for … Read more