[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)]
One man’s “fruitless conflict” is another man’s “meaningful discussion”
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