(Closed) tonight i wanna cry….

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

First, I’m really sorry about all this. But I’m really confused, too – how did you check his phone if he had it with him? Has he been home in the meantime?

I definitely think he should have addressed the girl yelling into the phone. That’s just rude no matter who she is. 

How long has he been in Texas? Did he meet this guy AT a truck stop – or previously, and they met up a second time? I’m sorry, I don’t mean to come off as rude or anything, I’m just trying to understand so I can try to help. :/

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

oh no =( I’d be really upset. I’m probably not the best person to give you advice in this situation, because I’m awfully impulsive, and I get upset really easily. I would be the one calling a million times until he turns his phone off (which has happened). The thing that would probably work the best would just be to wait a little while and try once more before you go to sleep. There’s unfortunately not much you can do at this point, I don’t think. I’m so sorry though Frown he should have at least stepped outside to chat with you.

Post # 6
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907 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

First of all, you CAN move on, and in my opinion, you should. I know that I don’t know all the details of your relationship, but if there’s not trust nor respect (which is how I perceive his behavior toward you), then the relationship is not healthy. It also seems like there’s some major dishonesty, or at the very least, lack of openness (which is just another form of lying, in my opinion).

 

Don’t fall into the trap of thinking there’s no way out because you’re too invested and scared that you could never again find something like what you have now. I felt that way once before, too, and now I’m in the best relationship of my life with my fiance who truly loves me like I deserve. I truly believe the quote, “Losing the future was the best thing that ever happened to me.”

 

This could be your sign.

Post # 7
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3220 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

I think if you have to worry about this and you have this gut feeling, then it says something about your relationship.  I know that even if my boyfriend would have dinner with a girl or go out for drinks while away, nothing would happen!  I’ve dated guys in the past where I haven’t had that security and I’m glad that those relationships are over.  You should be able to trust your SO. 

Post # 8
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

I agree with bookworm88…I have had a previous relationship where I was so insecure that if he looked at another girl I would think he was going to cheat because he never gave me that security.  I can trust my Fiance now to do anything.  You may not have noticed it before, but there is usually a little feeling in the pit of your stomach and you just know it’s not right.  Whenever someone misbehaves and then tries to turn it around on you and say you did something wrong, that is a red flag.

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

@bookworm88: I’m going to play defense here. Some women are like you and able to be that way. Others have emotional issues brought upon by their pasts, and cannot get over this so easily. Nobody knows what anyone is going to do- I trust my husband. Do I trust other girls I don’t know? No. And that’s a big thing- I think if she actually knew this girl she wouldn’t be so upset. From what she described it seems really fishy. He could easily be lying (hopefully he’s not). If any girl came up to my husband and started flirting with him/interrupting our conversations, I would be angry. Not at him- there’s not much he can do, but at the situation. And it sounds like her Fiance had control over the situation, could have left or said something to the girl, but didn’t. That’s what’s so wrong about this.

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