Post # 32
I’m sorry – your situation is infuriating and I hope I don’t come across as inflammatory.
Where, in this day and age, does your fiance think it’s his right to be in charge of all the money, and his place to be giving you ‘permission’ to spend it???? Permission???
Please inform him in short order that the year is now 2009. In order to fit in with the current times, he should do his best to be less of an arrogant clod and more of an equal partner. If that doesn’t set him straight, find yourself a guy from this millennium who will treat you like an intelligent, independent, capable adult worthy of his respect.
Post # 33
It’s funny how as I’m going back and reading what was going on back while we were planning the wedding we argued about the silliest stuff. I can’t believe how stressed we were about everything. I did end up getting the band that I wanted along with the dress that I dreamed about. I actually ended up doing everything exactly how I planned it. After this discussion we realized how silly this argument was and I agreed not to go overboard and he agreed to trust my spending habits. We kept everything within our overall budget and he ended up buying me a car for as a wedding present.
Married life is great and I can’t complaint about anything.
Post # 34
I’m so glad it all worked out!
Post # 35
Congratulations on the wedding, and I’m happy that it all worked out for you!