Post # 1
So my Fiance and I had a great weekend last weekend. We are driving home from his sister’s, happy, and then I bring up a previous disagreement that was unresolved, firgured it was a good time to smooth it out. Well, in the midts of fighting over who takes the dog out ( so dumb) he was so angry he said that.
So, I said nothing then cried then said to break the silence I was leaving when I got home, hes said OMG why, thats dumb. I said it was not dumb.
to be continued, he just came home.
Post # 4
… that’s a really mean thing for your Fiance to say. He needs to apologize, big time. If one little argument makes him say that, I wonder what will happen in the future with a bigger argument?
Post # 5
That was intuitive of you to pick an emotionally positive and close and safe time to put closure on things. Sounds like he is a little defensive… probably underneath it, he’s just a little tired and scared that there will be blame or something like that. Perhaps put the emphasis on the “smooth” part, making the goal to connect and indulge in the happy weekend together. I hope it works out!
Post # 6
I’m really sorry that this happened. My Darling Husband used to have the exact same thing happen. We learned that if we didn’t bring up the past (resolved or unresolved) we were fine. Now, we resolve issues through better communication and there’s no need to bring them up later. It takes A LOT of time to perfect, you guys are jsut starting your journey together. There are lots of things my Darling Husband should have NEVER said to me, but there are also a lot of things I probably should have never said to him. We all have our moments we’re not proud of, and everyone knows that anger brings out the worst in people. Sometimes we say things we shouldn’t. **Hugs**
Post # 7
Aww I’m sorry! That’s really mean, I hope you guys work it out.
Post # 8
Awww, I’m sorry, girlie!!! HUGS!! I am sure you guys will get everything figured out. Hopefully he was just speaking out of anger and didn’t really mean it. Although I know from experience that when a guy is angry all the time and reacts like that (over such a trivial disagreement) that they have issues of their own they need to work on. Best of luck to you!!
Post # 9
Aww. (((huge hug)))
I’m so sorry. That is a horrible, horrible thing for someone to say to their fiancee. You definitely need to have a discussion about this one, as I’m assuming you are right now. Here’s hoping that it was something that just came out, but there’s a huge possibility that it was some kind of revealing Freudian slip. 🙁
Post # 10
Wow! I am so sorry! I hope you guys can work this out!
Post # 11
I’m so sorry you guys had that fight. I hope right now you’re working everything out. And if it doesn’t get resolved all the way right now, it can eventually.
I can’t imagine how that must have felt to have him say that to you. The pain and hurt that statement carry go far beyond today. We all feel for you. Let us know how it goes.
Post # 12
Wow, I don’t even know what to say about that. that is wow…
did he propose to you? if yes, then he obviously does want to marry you, however, this may be a conversation that may need to be had.
((hugs)) that was just a really insensitive thing to say.
the wording of it ‘This is why I don’t want to marry you” has he been thinking about not wanting to marry you for a while and has kept his mouth shut? Does he think that marriages are just all good all the time.
i am flabberghasted, please keep us posted and know that we are here for you:(
Peace, Love, and blessings
Post # 13
Oh no, I’m so sorry! 🙁 I hope you both can have a good talk about this and can work it out.
Post # 14
i have to be honest with you one time i said the exact same thing to my fi i said it for the same reason to break the silence and he reacted almost the same way when we spoke later he explained i had said i was leaving and its what he said to hurt me out of reaction because i hurt him saying i was leaving just because of a simple arguement and honestly later i thought what was i thinking saying i was leaving and how did i expect himto react
Post # 15
It sounds like you both got carried away and said things you didn’t mean, out of hurt or anger. It is never a good idea to bring up past disagreements when you’re having a peaceful, happy time. Whenever possible, try to discuss issues when they come up. For example, the dog problem, when it’s time to take the dog out, and not in the middle of a happy weekend trip.
Post # 16
Oh that isn’t a nice thing for him to say at all…the heat of the moment can sometimes be the worst. Sending good vibes and Best wishes your way! ((HUGS))