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Re: “Dough Boy's Bakery & Coffee Shop

Where else can you fit twelve people on a Sunday?
When I first moved to Vermont, I ate where with 4-15 friends almost every Sunday. The food was good, the service was excellent, and it was a great way to meet new people and hang out with folks. Sadly, it's closing, and while I don't go nearly as often, I will definitely miss this place. Food: 3 Ambiance: 4 Service: 5

Posted by Swashbucklr on 07/12/2011 at 3:45 PM

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Re: “Should We Stay Married for the Kids?

Any relationship is about compromise and sacrifice, but if you are stifling all of your needs and happiness for your partner, you are doing it wrong. There will be times where your partner or your children (especially children) are in need and you'll need to put aside something to take care of that, but if nothing in your relationship makes you happy, why are you doing it? Especially if your partner isn't happy either? Are they supposed to set aside their personal happiness for you?

And if someone "at their worst" is someone you can't stand to be around, they aren't showing you any love. Love is supposed to make people better, not drag everyone down into a co-dependent pit of despair. I say if you aren't happy, split - work things out, but you might find that you are stronger and better caretakers for your children when you aren't dealing with your anguish and unhappiness in your relationship. Or change things up - maybe just separate, or see other people. But make a change - you, your partner, and your kids deserve it.

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Posted by Swashbucklr on 05/15/2016 at 1:50 PM

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