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ilovenerds
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So, I have been with my guy for about 3 very happy and successful years now and I absolutely love him to pieces. We are practically married. There is just one thing... he has a deviated septum and breathes through his mouth and it drives me nuts! He is such a handsome man but when he has his mouth open he just looks different and goofy. He doesn't have much money and he can't get anything done about it. It's defiantly affecting our sex life but I feel downright mean for letting that get to me. I'm sorry that this isn't really a question and more like a rant but I just need to let this out somewhere. Also, I think I have asked something like this on my other account that has been forgotten for ages (I know you shouldn't have multiple accounts, but trust me, the info for that other one has been lost for like a year, so I won't be trolling on it anytime soon- you can delete it). It really drives me up the wall but at the same time I feel like a cruddy partner to let that get to me so badly, especially something he can't help. I love him to death and I cannot imagine my life without him. When we get some insurance and money between us we plan to see a specialist about it and he is super excited to be able to breathe again lol. But for the meantime I guess we'll just have to work through this together. Again, I'm sorry this isn't really a question but I just want some support on this one. I also really worry about how it affects his health because it really affects his sleeping. We are trying various allergy medicine, decongestants, and nasal strips to help him breathe better. Can I ask to hear some experience with you guys surviving your partner's little annoying habits?

[ 09-26-2010, 09:58 PM: Message edited by: ilovenerds ]

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lucidkitty
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*hugs* It is okay i think everyone has one little thing that their mate does that drives them nuts. My gf likes to kick her feet up on the glass table....thus leaving smudges after i have cleaned it....ugh it drive me nuts, she also drinks the milk and leaves that 1/2 inch of milk left int he container rather then finishing it. But since i care for her....and i know i have little habits that must annoy her i just let it go.
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