[This message edited by Roxyme765 at 4:14 PM, December 26th (Thursday)]
*Will you know each other's user names?
*Will you read each other's threads?
*Will you be able to *respond* to each other's threads (this can especially get touchy).
In short, set some boundaries for each other so that it doesn't end up being a mess for either of you. Many couples use the site successfully, but I have seen many lose ground because no *rules* were established within the couple.
I also told him that Wayward would be his safe place if he needed it, and I would only read his posts if he wanted me too. It was a long time before either of us ever posted on each other's threads.
Just figure out the boundaries you need and show each other respect.
[This message edited by HFSSC at 9:29 PM, December 26th (Thursday)]
I was feeling pretty much ripped to shreads by some WSes that were replying in his thread. I can't really blame them though, when all they had to go on were half-truths (and some outright lies)
It's difficult to see people so quick to form a negative opinion of you when they don't have all the data.
[This message edited by Want To Wake Up at 6:36 AM, December 27th (Friday)]
Definitely set boundaries, and tell him that if he wants to ignore them, that what he reads, he reads at his own risk.
[This message edited by WearingTheHorns at 9:20 AM, December 27th (Friday)]
"What God has joined together, let man... no man put asunder" -Pastor at our wedding concluding the ceremony
2 Cor 12:9-10