(Closed) Grrrrr

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 4
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6892 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2012

@helenberrycrunch: Can I join?

It’s ridiculous. My ex-bff (because of the relationship in question) is driving me insane. Buh.

Post # 5
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2790 posts
Sugar bee

I know the feeling. One of my good friends has been cheated on, he calls her names, he keeps photos of his ex in his nightstand and he tells her she’s fat and some how they are magically in love and live in a house he bought and she’s talking about marriage and kids. 50% divorce rate – now I understand.

Post # 5
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2295 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@missfireslayer: o dear. What the deuce indeed. I know that its complicated by other situations in the relationship (if he’s a class  A douche who is violent for example and she cant get away). But yes, its incredibly frustrating when its obvious the two people are bad for each other. yeah, I get cha.

Post # 6
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6394 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

I had a close friend who went back to a guy for three years and he cheated on her a bajillion times and she knew about it! I also had another friend whose bf cheated on her, and they broke up, but then she kept having sex with him, even though he was still having sex with the other girl on a regular basis. It was flipping crazy!

Post # 7
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1854 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

She probably thinks she can help him become a better man with lots of love and patience… bleh!

Post # 9
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609 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

both of my bestfriends are in relationships with guys their family/friends disapprove of and complain all the time but then still stay with them! (sorry for not using a cap at the beginning but i’m using my cell and for some reason it wont let me turn the cap on) 

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee

I have a friend who is also very unhappy in her relationship, but refuses to leave. From her side of the story – and I say this not because I don’t believe her, but just respecting that every story has two sides – he is verbally and emotionally abusive, he’s not supportive of most anything she does, and is about as decisive as a 2 year old. He constantly will tell her one thing and then either do another, or change his mind and take it back (a day later). He’s also terrible with money and cannot seem to stop spending their savings.

I can see where she’s coming from however because she hit her final breaking point while he was deployed and didn’t want to leave him without trying once he got back in case it was something that could be fixed, just not easily from across the world. Also, they are married and she is determined to exhaust ALL options before busting out any paperwork. Her biggest motivator for staying with him though? Her reputation. She is really worried of how she will be viewed if they divorce.

Post # 11
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1851 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

This totally reminds me of Dane Cook when he talks about how women will stay in relationships for the stupidest reasons…haha “My CDs are in his truck!”. If you haven’t seen this, you should totally look it up. I think it’s on the Vicious Circle one.

Post # 13
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@missfireslayer: I feel ya. Sometimes it sucks being on the outside and seeing your girlfriends be dickmatized. They stay with douchebags because he has the golden penis and hits it right. He could clean out her bank account and wreck her car, but as long as he hits it a couple nights a week and takes her out to a fancy dinner, she is okay with it. I have had a friend like that. We just shook our heads as she gave him money, let him borrow his car, she paid his child support, paid his bills, ect BECAUSE she was getting it good from him. Shame shame. He left her when she was laid off. 

Post # 14
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2011

@Miss Tattoo: Oh my. Do we have the same BFF? Mine just dropped over $2,000 on appliances for a house that has HIS name on it, that he is trying to sell, and doesn’t even live in because they’re “fixing it up” (he makes his rounds staying with others, think pallets on the floor). He also drives her car EVERYWHERE. Like drops her off and takes the car, which he has wrecked by backing into someone, and tore off the side-view by running into a pole. They also “share a cell phone”

Now she believes they will sell his house and buy a new one for the two of them, and he will buy her a new car and she will let him have her old one. Which is kind of amusing how she can afford any of this considering she doesn’t even have a job! Neither does he, yet somehow they’re ALWAYS spending a ton of money. He hasn’t left my BFF yet, but I’m sure it’s coming… Not a matter of “if” only a matter of “when”

And did I mention they’ve only been together for like 2 months??

Post # 15
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I feel that on here as well though. People make posts that are sometimes things that should be major deal breakers concerning their relationships vent like crazy then do not take the advice!!!! Drives me nuts!!

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