Dog taking a dump

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Dog taking a dump in my living room.

My landlord had a dog before we moved in. The thing had been neutered, but I've never seen a dog take a dump in a house. I got so freaked out one night I called the police, who said they'd get somebody to come out. But nothing happened.

There's been poop in the bathroom for years, though, which we cleaned up a few days after we moved in. But the dog's been dead since about a month before that.

I know it's a dumb question, but I don't want to think too much about it, because I'm pretty sure the whole thing wasn't something that actually happened. It was just like a nightmare from my past.

Also, do I even need to be doing anything to the dog's grave in the backyard, or is it supposed to be "out of sight, out of mind" or something?

I have an ex that's now a girlfriend, and I've been with her about 2.5 years.

A few weeks after I was officially with her, we found out I was adopted. I think she assumed I was adopted because of the small amount of time we were dating before I came out, but it never really came up before then.

That night, though, she asked me where I was from and where I was from was in a small town in Pennsylvania. Then she asked where I was adopted from, and I said, "I was adopted, and I'm still adopted. I have the same family I always had."

Then she started crying and asked if I was adopted too. I told her I was, but that I was adopted into my current family. And that she was adopted from another family.

That was probably the longest and most uncomfortable conversation we ever had. I was really confused. I had never thought about the "Where was I adopted from" question before. My adoptive parents never told me where they were from. I didn't even know what the question meant before then, and I was like, "Well, I was adopted from another family, and I guess they were the ones who told me that."

And, in retrospect, maybe I was adopted from some place really crappy. Like, say, China. I mean, that could be bad!

So that night, I called her to ask her if she wanted to move in with me and live in the country. She said she needed some time, and I understood.

Now, we're about 2.5 years into being a couple, and she has a 7 year old kid who is just as weird as she is. He can drive her crazy sometimes and I do, too.

Anyways, recently my ex moved in with me (she wasn't supposed to be living with me, but I guess that was okay), and it's been really hard for me. It took about a week for me to accept her, and she's really sweet to me, so I haven't really been jealous or anything like that.

But it's been weird, because I can't seem to shake this weird feeling I have about her. And it's not like I think she's evil or anything. She's actually pretty cool, but I can't figure out what it is.

It's like I think she could have been adopted from China. That's what it feels like to me. Maybe it's because I was adopted from Pennsylvania too, but I can't shake the idea that this feels different.

So, I don't know if that makes sense. And I don't know if it's possible for me to be jealous of her because she's adopted. But it's just a weird, weird feeling I can't shake. I just wish I could figure out what it was.

Hi. Thanks for the support on the post. I've also been struggling with this issue since I started going through what feels like the worst breakup I've ever been through. It's hard to describe, but I can say that I've been struggling to keep it in my mind and not let it take over. It's very frustrating, and I know it will pass.

I haven't told many people about this, since I'm still not sure if I have a case, and I'm still struggling with this. But I do know I haven't been going through this on the internet and posting every day. I just needed to find a way to explain it and find support.

There's no reason to be jealous about someone being adopted, even if they are adopted from China. It has nothing to do with you, and you need to put your energies to something else.

In some cultures, the mother and the child are considered the same person. In China, this is true. There was an article I read about a woman who found that when she adopted a baby from China, and when the baby grew up and she was pregnant, her baby looked like the baby that was there in her womb, so the mother thought it was her child and it was. There was a movie called "I, Robot" about this kind of thing. In some cultures, you are not allowed to kill your mother. So if you are a woman, and you want to protect your own child, you might choose to do something like this.

So the whole China thing is kind of interesting. I don't think you should let the China thing ruin your relationship.

I just wanted to add something. The woman I was referring to in the movie I cited above adopted a Chinese baby as her own, and she was a single mother who could have very well been a single mother from anywhere else in the world. I don't think it has anything to do with being adopted from a place where women are often treated like property or being adopted from a place where there is a culture of misogyny. I'm just adding this because I didn't want anyone to feel like they were being blamed for something.

Thank you for your response. It means a lot to hear that I'm not being crazy about feeling like my ex might have been adopted from China or something.

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