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... ey were fighting and he slammed her into the wall, and then his mother when she tried to help. But she says he never done such a thing like that before and every couples have their fights. ... (54 replies)
... At least your honest enough to admit it....I think more women feel the same way than care to admit it. I have seen this SOOOO many times, where women sabotage other womens relationships...usually in very subtle ways and it all starts with the "Girl-Friend" mentality. Once they see each other as girl-friends they develop a bond and a trust that usually undermines any other... (54 replies)
... se to being married or having children. Those are the people you should be building relationships with instead of feeling sorry for yourself that your friends in couples don't have as much time for you anymore. ... (54 replies)

... I think you might just have to break it down in simple terms, Jenny. The happy couples are always going to be around (and the single people, and the unhappy couples, etc.). Since they are always going to exist, all you can change is your reaction to their existence. When it comes down to it, you don't really have a choice but to accept where your life is now and move forward... (54 replies)
... t understand why he does this. I know I am not perfect and my life isn't the way he thinks it should be. But this has caused me to seriously dislike him. I can't stand the sound of his voice, it just makes me hate him almost. It gets me down sometimes, so I leave and stay gone until my mom gets home. ... (54 replies)
... you. Nobody else is going to make you happy. Happiness has to come from within. Once you are happy with yourself you won't care whether or not there are happy couples or other things around you because you will be focused on you. Does that make sense? ... (54 replies)
... who consistently loved us or stuck by us previous to our meeting one another, which was only two years ago. I can understand your feelings of not being able to stand seeing couples. I used to feel similarly.. ... (54 replies)
... ey were fighting and he slammed her into the wall, and then his mother when she tried to help. But she says he never done such a thing like that before and every couples have their fights. IMO, I get the idea that ANYTHING is better than being single. ... (54 replies)
... I know it's hard Jenny and I can surely understand. It takes a while sometimes to find your own way in the world. I kind of felt the same way you do. I was the kid in school everyone made fun of, called names, beat up, etc. And if I live to be 100 years old, I'll never know why, because I was short, because I told a joke someone didn't think was funny, because whatever. People... (54 replies)
... I hate seeing couples who are happy and in love. I've felt this way since I was around 16, it makes me so self loathing. ... (54 replies)
... I am not trying to be selfish, but I cannot take this anymore. His car was impounded, so his mom bought him a crappy truck. Yes, it's crappy! ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for all the encouragement everybody. I am VERY excited. I heard nursing school is challenging and defintely not something to sleep on. I am going to put my ALL into this because this will grant me my independence. I just keep dreaming of the nice 2 bedroom condo I'd like to live in with the good salary. The program is only 10 months so if I work hard everything will pay... (54 replies)
... That is just really great news. You will feel much more confident when you are surviving on your own and you are calling the shots. Your parents no doubt love you, but they don't treat you as well as they should. This is really the start of something wonderful. Stay positive. (54 replies)
... That's fantastic! What a terrific career! And as a bonus, think of all the people you will meet (not to mention doctors, technicians, family members of patients, all potential dates there!). As a side note and to give you something to possibly look forward to, one of my good friends met her husband when she was hired as a caretaker for him while he was rehabilitating from... (54 replies)
... Congratulations JennyLee! That is wonderful news! This is a great "beginning" for you. I wish you all the best and, of course, keep us posted on your progress. :angel: (54 replies)
... Congratulations! Once you start feeling better about yourself and your accomplishments, I think you'll be amazed at the number of men that will be interested in you. You have to like you before someone else can. I wish you the best of luck. (54 replies)
... Well, good news for me, I passed the test to get into nursing school. I'll let everyone know how it goes. I figured I'd say something positive since I've been down on myself and so negative. if I don't have a man at least I will have a career. I'm getting closer and closer to my own independence. If I excell in nursing school I can move out and afford to live on my own. (54 replies)
... No, I do not deny the existance of that at all as I too have seen it in women and men. It's unfortunate that some people are not mature enough to be in a relationship and allow others to "have a say" in it. And no, you do not have to be young to be immature. That's a characteristic that has nothing to do with age. (54 replies)
... Men do it too. My guy's friends have tried to convince him that I am a controlling, jealous witch and have tried time and again to break us up, because he doesn't feel like "partying" with them when he's with me. They don't realize that's a choice he makes on his own, not because I am pressuring him. But back on topic, I don't think going out to "get" a husband like a new... (54 replies)
... No, I didnt mean to say or imply that every or all women handle their relationships and marriages the same. But, that does not discount the fact that I have seen many relationships fall prey to this type of "Girl-Friend" behavior. I am not one to put all people into categories and try to nicely fit reality into a neat package...everyone is different. And yes anyone who... (54 replies)


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