He disrespected me…again!!!

posted 3 weeks ago in Emotional
Post # 91
Member
2508 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2018

I agree with PP’s. Your description of THESE events were off base. IF the other events are truly as bad as you say, then please don’t go back to him. This is a horrible relationship, and neither one of you is good for the other.

Post # 92
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353 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2019 - City, State

sophierobbie :  It scares me to think you aren’t even married yet and already having so many problems……really a scary thought. That’s all I’m gonna say.

Edit: Nevermind…..I see you supposedly broke up with him, if you did, good for you.

Post # 93
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9929 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

Thank you, Bees, for that all important clarification.

OP’s hubby just had a hankerin for a salad and “lovely baguette”?  Ok.  Sure.

Post # 94
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4522 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

sassy411 :  OP’s hubby just had a hankerin for a salad and “lovely baguette”?  Ok.  Sure.

He already bought the ingredients for it, the point is it didn’t seem like the hint/demand to go shopping and cook as the OP suggested. 

Post # 95
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9470 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Yes 100%. He forgot some ingredients and even appeared apologetic that he forgot them/got the wrong thing (based on use of emojis) and pretty much said “hey we can have this but I didn’t get enough burgers so we would need another pack if you want to do that. Or we could have spaghetti but the tomatoes I got aren’t the right size.”

I am putting it in much less lovely language than he used.

Anyway, my point is, lovely baguette is not usually a phrase used to convey “get home and cook my food, woman slave.”

 zzar45 :  

Post # 96
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448 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2018 - City, State

slomotion :  Well-said. The actual messsage seemed pretty sweet, tbh. That’s not to say that abusers are incapable of being lovey dovey, but we clearly missed a WHOLE MESS of context.

OP, this is not a healthy relationship for you or for your (ex?)fiance. Maybe now is an excellent time to do some reflection on what you want out of relationships going forward, what you’ll tolerate, and what you want communication to look like. As-is, it doesn’t seem like it’s working. I think there is plenty of blame to share in the end of this relationship, but that means you get tons of opportunities for growth in your next one!

Post # 97
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9470 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Also, why didn’t he just order a pizza?

Post # 98
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111 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I’m disappointed because I was catching up on this post earlier this afternoon at the same time OP was deleting the screenshots. I went back to the previous page to catch up, and by the time I clicked next page, they were gone. Boo.

Also, I want a lovely baguette now.

Post # 99
Member
445 posts
Helper bee

He disrespects you bc you continue to allow it.

Nothing is going to change until you leave his sorry ass. If you don’t put your foot down, say enough’s enough how do you expect anything to change?! 

Post # 100
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95 posts
Worker bee

I couldn’t even finish reading the post. I’m sorry, but are we talking about a grown man or a baby here? You should know better, you diserve better. That’s all I have to say.

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