(Closed) hey everyone!

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
9483 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

@xXxInnOcEnTxKiSs:  Honestly, I would get ready, leave, and go enjoy the night myself.  Obviously he doesn’t seem interested.  I’m sorry you have to go through this though.  🙁 

Post # 4
1562 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

The whole “this is me and if you don’t like it you can leave” line is so immature.  I would take him up on his offer and move the hell out.

Post # 5
571 posts
Busy bee

Are you two young? He sounds very immature. If he is older (25+) then I’d seriously reconsider your relationship and move on with your life, if need be. Significant others do not need to spend every waking minutes together, in fact that is really unhealthy but on your Anniversary, seriously? And he has more “important” things to do? Wow. I agree with @MissPumpkinPie – go out and enjoy yourself!

Post # 6
7779 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

Honestly, sounds like maybe you should pack your stuff and leave. Even if it’s just overnight or for a couple days… sounds like Mr. Man needs a wake-up call.

As for tonight, get ready and go out without him. I’m sorry he’s being a butt. 🙁

Post # 7
5977 posts
Bee Keeper

I so agree with the other girls. If he kept telling me to leave, this would be the last time he told me that. 

Post # 9
9690 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

I’m sorry for your pain.  I’ve been there.  Sooner or later you will realize that when a man is really the right one for you he won’t be selfish, rude or put anything or anyone else above you.  He will really care about your feelings and enjoy spending time with you – you won’t have to try to coerce him into it, let alone on an anniversary.  Everyone deserves to be treated with respect.  It sounds like he takes you for granted.  You deserve better.  Oh, and that comment about “If you don’t like it, you can leave.”  Umm, I’d be packed and out the door in less than an hour.  There really are some great men out there.  You’ve been with him since you were 17.  Maybe it’s time to check out the other fish in the sea.

Post # 10
3220 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

I let my relationships get one free-pass on some of the no-nos.  If my partner said “okay, leave!” I would tell him (after he calmed down) that telling me to leave is ridiculously inappropriate and if he ever did it again, I would take him up on his offer. 


Post # 11
1013 posts
Bumble bee

He sounds very immature.  And you have every right to be upset.  This is one of the few days a year he should make the effort to spend time with you. 


Post # 12
1130 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@xXxInnOcEnTxKiSs:  The fact that your best friend is sick of hearing you complain about your boyfriend sounds like a problem to me. You yourself said you weren’t trying to be around him every second, so why can’t he make a small sacrifice for something that should be special for both of you? In fact, spending time with you on your anniversary shouldn’t even *be* a sacrifice. Take him up on his offer. If it’s meant to be, you’ll figure it out. If it’s not, you’ll be glad you got out sooner rather than later. You’re young, things will work out for you, I know it.

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