So y'all probably want some advice cause Bonner so smart, so rich, and get so many ho's ( and I don't even take them out for dinner I give them a few bucks and tell that ho she can go grocery shopping). So here it is the return of jacking your advice
Dear Amy: I've been married to my husband for 16 years, and we have two beautiful children. He has always been a good provider and father.
Five years ago we purchased a computer for the children to use for school.
My husband has been using the computer for his recreational use. He plays a lot of online poker for fun and looks at porn.
I have told him of my concern and dismay at his porn viewing. He told me not to worry because he would never go to a chat room or try to hook up with anyone. Lately I've found some nasty messages from women on a sex 24/7 Web cam site in our spam in-box. This wouldn't concern me, but the messages said these women have seen his contact information and are inviting him to their sites.
Dear Heartsick: It doesn't sound as if you are making something out of nothing—it sounds as if you are making too little out of something. Emotional infidelity is when a person becomes emotionally involved with someone else while excluding his or her partner. From what you say, it doesn't sound as if your husband is involved with these women (the messages in your in-box might be uninvited spam brought on by his porn habit). Even after the issue of emotional infidelity is dealt with, there is still the question of his choice to bring porn into your home. If your husband is visiting sites with Web cams and if you have a Web cam at home, your children could be lured into using it. This is a worst-case scenario, but a possibility. Carefully monitor this situation. If you and he have a good relationship and a treasured life together, then you should do everything you can to work this out with him so you feel respected, your children are safe and your husband's recreational needs are met in a way that doesn't affect others in the
Now here is the real Bonner talk. Your husband likes to wait till you are asleep and have cam sex with random females. He also probably has a lot of pics of his dick he sends out, and if he has any nudies of you probably sends those around, and could possible be even freaky enough to pretend he's you and talk to lesbians and or other dudes, like that guy that went to prison for pretending to be his ex wife and sending dudes naked pics of her. What I can tell you girl the internet is a sick place. My only advice start a cam whore business and lure him to your site, then yell GOTCHA. A healthy marriage hinges on you being able to catch him with his dick out.
RECENT DIVORCEE IS UNHINGED BY MEN'S ROMANTIC REJECTIONDEAR ABBY: I am a 30-year-old, attractive, recently divorced attorney and single mother. My problem is I become extremely threatened when I'm romantically rejected, and I need to know how to gain a healthier approach to rejection.
I have dated occasionally, but nothing has developed into anything serious because I have yet to find someone with whom I feel completely compatible. However, when I start dating someone and he doesn't feel the same, it negatively affects my self-esteem. I feel and act depressed, and then I begin feeling insecure, anxious and irrational.
I recently drove someone away because when he didn't call me one night, I went wild with anger and anxiety. I realize this heightened response is not normal. It is also quite painful. Frankly, the intensity of my feelings frightened me, and I'm at a loss about how to handle it.
How can I get over feeling so insecure in relationships so rejection won't damage and disrupt my sense of self? -- DISCOMBOBULATED IN BROOKLYN
DEAR DISCOMBOBULATED: May I remind you that the process of dating is like sifting for gold for everyone involved. It can take a lot of effort and sifting before you finally strike the mother lode. When it comes to dating, I know of few things that are more of a turn-off than a woman -- or a man -- who has the word "needy" stamped on her (or his) forehead.
If you felt good about yourself, you would not be so dependent upon these men for validation. Your intense, angry and anxious reactions when a man doesn't call may be related to your divorce -- or they may stem from earlier insecurities you brought into your marriage. Unless you develop confidence about your self-worth, your relationships with men won't change.
Yo I know this girl, and stop calling Bonner. I told you Brooklyn goes hard and sometimes so does Bonner. Also its not cute to talk about law while giving head, in fact its kind of awkward, garble, garble, amendment 26 and hell I can't understand what you're saying. Guys don't like that. But listen baby some crazy dude out for money will love you for all your worth. In the meantime how about you start calling Christian Laettner. He loves your type, and he is tall. If he fails there is always Cherokee Parks, or a VHI reality show.