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... Hi all, I have a question. My boyfriend has what seems to be a repetitive cycle and it's driving me insane. ... (8 replies)
... ather than him insisting that YOU, his girlfriend, share in this HUGE part of his life, he's going along with the exclusion and you're left out feeling insecure, angry and confused. That doesn't sound right to me. ... (20 replies)
... Iv told my mum, she knew somthing was goin on but wasnt sure what. I thought she would be more angry at me than at him but she wasnt. ... (49 replies)

... Yesterday night i didnt ryply to his txted and calls when he asked me to go and see him. I was home on my own bcause my mum was doing a night shift. Sone was knockin on the door me not knowing who it was answered it, and it was Will(my bf), He pushed me out the way and barged in , luckly my mum wasnt in , and was shouting and swearing at me askin why i didnt txt back . I... (49 replies)
... I know this is pretty much reiterating what other posters have already said, but I want to try and drive the message home for you. You're right, if your family and friends knew that a 30 year old man was messing with you, your family would put a stop to it pronto. That's because, unlike him, THEY actually care about you. At 16, you can't be expected to know human nature... (49 replies)
... tely positive he may offer. If your family has proof that he is abusive to you, I am at a loss for words as to how they could allow it to continue, no matter how angry you might get about it. ... (35 replies)
... You should not move in with him because he will get angry if you do not. I moved in with my fiance when I was 22. ... (35 replies)
... despite how things ultimately worked out with people who are no longer a part of it. Personally, I don't think this is a dealbreaker or anything to get upset or angry about to the point where you put your otherwise solid and committed relationship at risk in any way. ... (27 replies)
... is why i posted to see if anyone could justify his actions and it appears that nobody can do that for me. I discussed this with him last night because i was so angry and sick of him telling me i had nothing to worry about when clearly my mind and heart were telling me something different. ... (13 replies)
... ;) Exactly what sweethome says...join the club. Your relationship sort of sounds like mine and my husband. When I began dating him 4 years ago he wouldn't tell me how he felt, wouldn't just say "I Love You" out of the blue, wouldn't tell me if he was angry...I would just know. Most men are like this (from my experiences) Crying? Not allowed. Overtime the though, you do pick... (11 replies)
... Nakita, That is WONDERFUL news about your approvals to go ahead with your medical appointments! :bouncing: That had to absolutely make your day. I'm very happy to hear that you'll be able to continue getting the care you're needing and through the doctors that YOU choose. With regard to your note to Rose, I often wonder if I'm opening up any wounds with you as well... (64 replies)
... Well, I'd better get myself to bed and through another day of worry and wonder with regard to my husband. I'm beginning to get angry because of this 'silence'. ... (64 replies)
... Hi Nakita, How wonderful to hear from you...Of course, I recognize you. I thought I did in an earlier post but wasn't completely sure until now. I've been so worried about you! Did you see my earlier thread from a couple of weeks ago to you? What all has been going on with you? I am soooo happy to see you back on here! We need you!! :) :) :) I have been taking... (64 replies)
... Nice one minute, then angry the next. ... (18 replies)
... Rosequartz, This letter was such an eye opener for me. It was like reading about my relationship with my BPD husband through someone else's eyes. You put it all into words so well, too. You and I are reading the same books, and it seems that we are both learning quite a bit. Some of it sure isn't very reassuring for us, is it? I, too, am heartbroken and disappointed. ... (64 replies)
... Littleone, Yep - You blew this up bigger than it needed to be. It sounds as though you have some deep security issues that YOU need to work on and maybe get some help. If I were you, I would try and get a hold of these issues now before they ruin what sounds like a wonderful relationship with your boyfriend. Insecurity and jealousy (in my opinion anyway) are the two... (5 replies)
... I don't get offended by my fiance saying another woman is pretty, just as he doesn't get offended by me saying a friend of his is handsome. My mother will tell my dad his friend is a "nice looking guy" or my father will say "I think she's pretty." It's just a matter of leaving it at that. If it becomes an obsession, or brought up frequently, it's possibly something they're... (5 replies)
... d their kids grow up and vacation at the beach every year. I met twice and both times she didn't say a much to me even though she wanted to meet me. She has been angry at him because he no longer spends as much time when them. ... (23 replies)
... My bf alredy acknowledges he has mild OCD and he's on Paxil for anxiety/mild depression. Yesterday I encountered a BPD website and most of the symptoms my bf has: tumultuous/dependant relationships with people close to him, being able to switch on/off feelings of anger, always feeling abondoned and nobody loving him, and the slightest things truly hurt him to the point where... (18 replies)
... Does he avoid conflict, get angry and have you fearful of expressing your feelings or does he just pretend there is not a problem? ... (65 replies)




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