(Closed) Are my feelings justified?

posted 5 years ago in Relationships
Post # 16
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314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

Well, isn’t he being quite the charmer lately. He owes you an apology, big time. Ditto on what everyone else said about you needing to stand up for yourself. You’re not a doormat and your feelings and your needs matter just as much as theirs do.

Post # 17
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3025 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014 - Prague

spiffanee:  +1

It’s one thing to take advantage of someone who says YES all the time. But it’s another thing when you have tried to talk to him and his response is to be angry and make you feel guilty.  Think about the long run, and whether you want to be treated this way. 

You should be respected!! If your SO doesn’t understand that relationships are a two-way street, you are setting yourself up for a lifetime of being his doormat.

Post # 18
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2255 posts
Buzzing bee

Ap2010:  Why would it matter what plans she has? She’s being treated as a live-in nanny with absolutely no gratitude. Even if her plans were to go to get her nails done, she deserves it.

To the OP, your SO and his ex made this child—*they* are the ones responsible for her care, not you. You need to not make yourself so available for them. The mother has plans? Her plans should be taking care of her daughter. It sounds like the poor girl is an inconvenience to everyone but you. 

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