(Closed) What should I do

posted 4 years ago in Muslim
Post # 2
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1168 posts
Bumble bee

Bee, you really need to incorporate some punctuation into your posts. That entire runon post made my eyes cross.

Leave him. He’s lying and he seems like a psychopath. He’s manipulating you and that’s definitely not the kind of marriage you want.

Post # 3
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6240 posts
Bee Keeper

Actions speak louder than words 

Post # 4
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1546 posts
Bumble bee

Either he is lying or has happened to experience a bunch of unlikely unfortunate events in a short space of time. His reactions of ignoring you and always cancelling make it even more likely that he is lying. Im not muslim so I cant pretend to know how dating and relationships work in your culture but from an outside perspective this is bringing up red flags to me and the fact that your parents dont trust him makes me likely to side with them in this scenario. Honestly in your situation, I would cut my losses and call it a day. I know its hard when you are falling for someone but you dont want to enter into a relationship or marriage unsure whether you can trust the other person.

Post # 5
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1824 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

Leave him. Too many excuses, too many pity stories, too many times he’s avoided you.

Post # 6
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608 posts
Busy bee

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livelovelaugh83 :  He does not want to be with you.  Cut your losses and move on. He’s made it clear to you.  The excuses are becoming more and more ridiculous – how many more scenarios will he have to dream up before you realize it?

Post # 7
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8397 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

He sounds like a loser. Do not waste any more time on this guy! Seriously just block his number and forget about him.

Post # 8
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6873 posts
Busy Beekeeper

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livelovelaugh83 :  if any of what he has told you is true, this guy is a hot mess. More likely a lying liar. Who needs this kind of drama in their lives? Find someone with a little stability around them that you don’t need to question all the time. 

And yeah I had to start skimming. It’s amazing the difference a little punctuation makes.

Post # 9
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1902 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

Punctuation. You must use punctuations when you write. 

Anyways, I agree with others. Not sure why you’re still holding on. You barely know him, never met his family, and he’s one story after another. Please… 

You’ve never met his mother or sister, right? It just so happens his family has all passed away within days of each other…this doesn’t seem odd to you? 

Run bee, run, he’s play’n you. 

Post # 11
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7187 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2016

Move on. This sounds like a lot of work for a relationship that isn’t even clear. Too much work. Drop him and move on. If his family is bringing in girls who burn down his house for attention, they don’t sound like the kind of people with whom you want to have closer ties.

Post # 12
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4810 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

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livelovelaugh83 :  Block him.   Move on!

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