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... f and my boyfriend of three years is 21. We currently live together, have for the past year and a half. My boyfriend is going to school and I am working as a receptionist. ... (13 replies)
... I hate to be on somebody's back like that, but I won't be doing all the chores either! ... (16 replies)
... I've been with my boyfriend for almost a year. We recently moved in together, and since moving in, I've learned a lot about him that I didn't know before. ... (4 replies)

... I've been with my boyfriend almost a year and I live with him in his dad's house. ... (2 replies)
... I've been living with my boyfriend for 4 months now. Things get kinda edgy once a while and one of the reasons why, is that he really frustrates me with some stuff. ... (16 replies)
... pretty much ALL of my time with my boyfriend. I have a few friends, but most of my friends don't even live here. I spend one day a week or so with my mom, and my boyfriend enjoys that time because he gets to have "me" time by himself where he can play on his computer or play video games or whatever "guy stuff" he wants to do. ... (25 replies)
... small, he's taking his cues from you, mama! His bio father isn't in the picture, and now you've introduced a guy whose still living with mommy in his life. This boyfriend might be a really fine person, and might even turn out to be great dad material, but don't you owe it to your son to only provide the absolute best? ... (3 replies)
... I would say that he probably won't change. You live together, it should not be expected that you do all the chores. Also, he isn't your father, he shoudln't be saying this like that to you " since you didn't do the trash, you are doing all the chores" give me a break!! That is manipulation and control. He is just trying to get out of pulling his weight around the house. ... (13 replies)
... If you feel that you are not happy living with your parents, start working towards making yourself independent and self-sufficient financially so you can live on your own. Right now, it looks like you need somebody to provide for you. at the moment it's your family. considering your age it is normal to live with your parents and have them take care of you. you can say it's... (3 replies)
... Your friends or your boyfriend ? ... (25 replies)
... I really love my boyfriend and I think, the kind of connection we have is hard to come by. ... (16 replies)
... so often you need to just give instructions rather than wait for them to notice that stuff needs to be done. For example, a list of chores is good. This is still being the responsible one, I know, but hopefully in a fairly short time this will sink in. ... (4 replies)
... This doesn't sound like a healthy situation. To him, you probably come across as controling; to you, he comes across as obsessive (with porn). I wonder how the relationship between you guys is in another areas of your life: sex, going out together, doing things together, making each other laugh/smile, helping each other with chores, entertaining plans for the future, etc... (4 replies)
... c he doesn't have one, not giving me any back rubs when I constantly request them after giving him one, making dinner evey night and doing tons of chores around the house, etc. I just feel stupid for staying with him but I care for him and love him as a person so I give up receiving these things for him. ... (6 replies)
... If he's not contributing financially, he should be doing all the chores around the house. End of story. ... (13 replies)
... Agree with all the other posters - get out! He's lazy. He's a bully. He's manipulative. He's not your dad (that "you didn't take out the trash, so now you have to do all the chores" thing really kills me!). He's acting like a boy, not a man - why does his mom have a say in this? You are supposed to be 2 adults living together. You do not need his mom acting as final... (13 replies)
... I agree, scary as it is - you aren't giving yourself an opportunity to see all of the great things other men have to offer by staying in a relationship with this lazy, selfish boy. Go out there and enjoy it, it's not your responsibility to take care of him and do the chores! That would drive me up the wall. Take a stand, I know it sounds really scary but you need to look... (13 replies)
... Yup, of course. If dishes are in the sink that arent his he doesnt feel the need to do it. If your the one doing most of the chores odds are it will not change unless you stop doing some things. ... (16 replies)
... and I typically do dishes most of the time, if I have time in between school and work, or don't have something else occurring on that particular day. The other chores that are generally done by people, aren't usually done in this house, other than vacuuming, which is usually done by my mother. ... (5 replies)
... ing to make it into a big issue, and just generally avoid arguing except when I really think it's necessary and important...I just don't want to put my sweet new boyfriend or myself through that unnecessary stress anymore. ... (5 replies)


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