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... t view being tolerant and understanding about boorish behavior as an attractive, much less smart move when it comes to men. ... (11 replies)
... d if NG doesn't make it clear he's not going to put her through anymore pain, I don't think he deserves another chance. How long is she going to be the only one being understanding, while he's getting to do whatever he wants with whoever he wants whenever he wants? ... (263 replies)
... bout your relatonship, then we'd be glad to listen and lend an impartial ear. But I don't think it's ever a good idea to settle for someone that you feel is much less than you wanted in a relationship. ... (66 replies)

... chance that he will be a positive, much less permanent, addition to your life. ... (263 replies)
... do with it. I really think that men want to be with a woman who knows her worth, knows what she wants, and has the confidence and assertiveness to demand nothing less and never allow anyone to sell her short. ... (300 replies)
... besides being very touching, thank you!! ... (176 replies)
... at's exactly what guys do when they are cheating and get accused of it by their partners. They get all defensive and go on the attack, accusing their partner of being jealous and paranoid, then bring up totally irrelevant, unrelated, instances of her flirting or whatever with guys from way in the past. ... (28 replies)
... ot just allow but encourage her to have a life outside of your relationship, stop trying to tell her what to do and control her, and back off in terms of putting less pressure on her and being less intense and overbearing toward her. ... (23 replies)
... ly confusing for me, because the times where I've tried to be assertive and to stand up for myself, it never worked. Instead of earning respect, I was accused of being "overly demanding, too sensitive, bitter, angry, whiney," and other negative terms. ... (576 replies)
... Show her your getting tired of her antics by not being drawn into fights or apologizing unnecessarily. Hopefully, she'll turn things around. ... (4 replies)
... I know your situation with your ex is different and much less deceiving, which can make it more confusing with knowing how to move on. But youre not there yet, and thats OK. ... (94 replies)
Me vs. His Hobbies
Jul 25, 2006
... s we can and be around people who make us feel good and bring out the best in us. Maybe you just need to take some time to hang out on your own and remember that being alone can be just as wonderful, if not even better, than being around someone else, no matter how much you love that person. ... (27 replies)
... ld kind of be a deal breaker for me. Do with that information what you will. I don't really think it has so much to do with "modern" vs. "traditional." It's just being a gentleman. Not to excuse her, she could have communicated her wants and needs in a much less demanding, whiney way. ... (15 replies)
Jealous of bfs ex
Mar 26, 2009
... f. Unfortunately or not, this is a reality for many young women who have to choose between a career and a relationship. No, I am not going to say that your bf is being selfish or prejudiced. ... (7 replies)
... Well, my husband is a smoker too and I completely understand where you are coming from on this issue. Unfortunately you can't make them stop no matter what you say or do. They have to want to stop, just like with any other addiction. Do he smoke in the home? If so, you could tell him that smoking indoors is no longer acceptable. It is your home too and you have the... (6 replies)
... eathe on you, shower and wash hair before coming to bed, etc etc, but without judgement of the habit. Hand over the responsibility for the habit to him, and stop being a mother. This is for your own sake. ... (6 replies)
... I can't stand it anymore! It has only been like 3 weeks now after being good for a long while on the patch. ... (6 replies)
... am I being too 'demanding'. ... (6 replies)
... it's all about how she perceives me. if she's attracted to me physically, i could not honestly care less what others think in the same aspect of physical attraction towards me. ... (32 replies)
... It sounds like you're trying to be recalcitrant, even if you're not. You might find others are more receptive if you're less demanding of tone. ... (14 replies)




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