I understood. But it can't be denied that "clipper" was being rather.. Close minded? Well put it that way.
He hasn't said anything since this one incident. He realized right after he said it what he did, cause he immediately started covering his tracks. He does tell me I'm beautiful. I think since I actually wasn't nervous to tell him what I was thinking/how I was feeling he started reflecting more. Cause like I've said, maybe he hasn't done it in a way like this before, but he has always been very abrasive. Some people think before they say things, choose their words more carefully, etc. but he just starts opening his mouth and talking. It can be very abrasive. Since our talk after this happened though, he has made a lot of improvement.View Thread
We did find a place that we wanted, but was taken, that was recently made available. We will be moved in about two weeks. Of course I choose my fiancé over all. I just now don't know how to be with my parents.. I feel really awkward and hurt towards them. Especially since I had to beat this information out of my mom over text, since they still hadn't say down to talk to me. It's like they've just been beating around the bush, and wanting to wait till last second.
There's the part of me saying, I'm never going to see them again! They will never be allowed to see their granddaughter! But on the other hand as I said, I've liked getting closer to them for once and don't want to give that up.
But I've always had this problem of being too forgiving. So I'm not sure if they deserve for me to give them the time of day. Or if I need to go with forgiving them.View Thread
9 times out of 10 a married man will not leave his wife for the mistress. Even if he claims to, or says how unhappy they are. It's a typical clique situation. I get that you were flattered a man was paying you mind, but that doesn't make the fact you're screwing with a married man any less wrong. Either stay with him till he leaves you, or walk out now and find something worth while. Someone you can ACTUALLY be with. Marry. Have a family. Besides, he's been cheating on this woman, why wouldn't he cheat on you? Be realistic. Get your morals straight. Pull your head out of his a**.View Thread
Well your guys first mistake was enabling the situation. You say it's become abusive. So why are you supporting them at all? Definitely do not provide them housing, money, or anything. If she wants to be with him, you need to let her experience what life is like with him. Not her being with him, while mommy and daddy are supporting them. That wont teach her anything. She may be angry, it will be hard. But the right thing isn't always the easiest thing. STOP SUPPORTING THEM. Once she doesn't have you guys making her relationship bare able, she'll get to experience how bad it really is, and will probably leave him.View Thread
(Continuing) its in budget, so I claimed it. We can move in with in two weeks. I let my mom know that, and she almost acted disappointed. But claimed to be happy for me, if its what I wanted.
I really don't want to have a really crappy relationship with my parents again. It seemed like things were finally getting better. But after today, my feelings are really hurt. I can't believe they would ask me, right before I'm ready to have me and my finances baby, to choose between them or him. (And yes she did word it that way a couple of times). I feel like it was really unfair, no matter what the circumstances are.....
I really really need advice on this. Or some insight. Can't handle it!View Thread
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