Post # 1
Since my mom is Japanese, I have been well trained in the art of the guilt trip. But I try really, really hard never to use guilt in my daily life. I’ve gotten a whole lot better on that front… 🙂
How about you guys – do you guilt trip? How about your SO?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2018 - Oakland Manor
I am guilty of being a guilt tripper – but I’m working on it! Mr.D is a very fair fighter, it’s hard to guilt trip him b/c he’s always being so fair!
Post # 4
Guilty as charged (har har). I totally do this, but I’m trying to be better about it. It’s hard for me, because I feel sometimes like Mr. Bunny doesn’t understand how important things are to me. It’s hard to know where the line is between impressing upon him how I feel about something and guilt tripping.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2009 - City Hall
I try hard not to. If I do, I don’t do it intentionally, and Mr. MJ always points it out (which makes me feel terrible!). I generally try to either point out whatever’s bothering me, or let it go.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Guilt trips don’t work on Mr. Peng! They don’t work on anyone in my family! Mr. Peng guilt trips me by always saying I am right, no matter what we are arguing about. It actually works pretty well… if I say, "I don’t want you to go out with your friends tonight, I want you to stay home with me and do nothing" he will say, "You’re right. Even though I haven’t seen them in a long time, I should stay home with you. I will stay if you want me to."
AHHHHHHHHHHH! That makes me feel horrible! This is his method of argument of choice. Just agreeing with me, but making me feel kind of bad when I’m being naughty.