Because this is what relationships are like, right?

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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1470 posts
Bumble bee

I agree that FB isn’t the place to spew your probs…but I don’t really understand if that’s your “beef”…do you have a problem with the way she was in high school, or the time span in which she fell in love/married/had kids, or her expectations for her own relationship? I’m a bit confused…

Post # 4
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1403 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

@beachchic105:  Clearly this person has maturity issues if she’s posting her business on FB.

I guess you guys did things the “right” way but you should really feel more sorry for her than annoyed.   It’s not really that big of a deal – people do what she does every day. 

 

Post # 5
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1626 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@beachchic105:  Lol, I have a friend (I actually just refriended her, Idk why) that is ALWAYS negative on FB. About everything. She has a daughter from an ex that she takes care of, which is good..but she always complains and NEVER does anything to change her circumstances. It’s annoying as hell. XD Facebook isn’t a diary.

In other news, I have another friend who dated a girl for like 3 months and they got married (she was his first gf, first kiss, first sex) and now a year later she has cheated on him with 20 guys and is pregnant by not him.

YAY IMMATURITY! O_O!

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee

@beachchic105:  It just isnt that “fairytale” she expected. No one knows how hard it is adjusting to living with some one, joining finances and then throwing a newborn in to teh mix of that? Reailty check! It is annoying for her to post those things on facebook, does her husband read those?! Sounds like she loves to be the center of attention, I cant believe people actually keep feeding into that though.

I had a friend last night (we were close several years ago when we worked together, but got caught up in our jobs and relationships) posted a status that tagged his ex gf in it saying she just called him today and let him know she has been cheating on him. Everyone was like aww omg thats so sad, u deserve better bla bla. I thought it was kind of funny he tagged her but whatever, THEN he posts a photo of her telling people they can share it saying “beware of this girl. This is my cheating ex. I just found out she been cheating since april while getting me to pay for dates, weekend trips, alcohol, groceries etc etc. I cant beleive he actually posted that! I mean come on, its facebook!

Post # 11
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1626 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@beachchic105:  I can dig that. I’ve been with FI for 2 yrs and still expect those things. XD So last night he got me ice cream. I can dig it. I do agree that there is somewhat of an adjustment period of the “getting comfortable” part of things. I like it but at the same time sometimes I get bored like, “Another night on the couch watching Netflix? Damn.” But it’s also nice to have that companionship regardless. It is kind of sad, but at the same time I guess it’s a learning experience for her? Idk what to say really, I guess.

Post # 13
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1626 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

@beachchic105:  Going off the “it’s not official til it’s on facebook” mindset, are they not “married to JOE SCHMOE” on FB? Lol. Like are their fb’s separate? Are they not friendS? That’s so bizarre.

Post # 14
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11668 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Obviously facebook isn’t the proper medium for this, but it’s her page she can do what she wants. If you don’t want to read it, simply block her posts from your newsfeed or unfriend her. I don’t really understand why you’d be frustrated at someone else’s life choices that have nothing to do with you since you aren’t even friends with her “in real life”.

 

Post # 16
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Buzzing bee

@beachchic105:  I think it is such a common occurence though. That is why there are so many divorces because people DO rush in to these things. Not to say that you cant fall in love very quickly but marriage is just not about love. Its about settling down, preparing for yor future and I think many people overlook discusiing things like finances, kids, religion, priorities etc etc.

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