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... Stop trying to make excuses for him..Abandonment issues BALONEY..Hes a mean controlling bully who is hooked on pills. You can and should do better..Just pack up get out and never look back!!! Hes not your Mr.Right far from it.. ... (15 replies)
... he's manipulative and controlling and you're falling right into it. ... (15 replies)
... and moved back to my hometown to be with him. Everything was fine, he proposed to me and we were happy as ever. I seen the way he treated his mother, he was controlling and so mean to her, if she didnt do what he said he would throw a fit and lash out at her calling her names and punching holes in her wall. ... (15 replies)

... I can tell by your well written post that you are also intelligent. It clearly seems to me that the two of you are not all that compatible. He almost sounds controlling on some levels. After his lectures, if you leave the scissors on the table again, does he scold you instead of lecturing you? ... (6 replies)
... This isnt love. If he loved you he wouldnt treat you so badly. This relationship will never work sorry its obvious hes set in his ways (abusive, controlling, nasty) and he wont change. Moving to his home will make it worse ALOT worse. He could hit you , hope if you do go through with it and move in with him that you are not totally dependant on him , like you having your own... (11 replies)
... its more than verbal abuse it's emotional abuse it's controlling it's disrespectful yes i agree with your assessment that it's best if you left him..... what are you waiting for? (16 replies)
... work but that does not mean he does not love her. i love my partner but my i can't tell my parents what i have wanted to say for years because it is diffacult my boyfriend suggests i talk to them and open up but i simply can't do it. ... (8 replies)
... Gosh, I find your posts so interesting and educational, thanks! My ex is not BPD (at least, I don't believe he is...he's just a spoiled, selfish, mean person who thinks the world owes him everything he wants and becomes angry when he doesn't get it), but he has some of the behaviors. Funny how you said the 15 year thing...I met him exactly 15 years ago and while we were... (48 replies)
... If you're not comfortable about doing something, . . . if someone insist, . . . it's called "a controlling personality". Your mother in law needs to be a little more humble. She isn't the queen. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you very much for replying.. I do agree that therapy would probably help. Now that I am grad school I have access to their health center. I recently watched the movie The Squid and the Whale, and it through me into such a depressive state (what an accurate portrayal of a miserable narcissist the guy was and what a toll it took on his family) that it motivated me to... (4 replies)
... And this guy sounds like he feels entitled, and he's shown himself to be controlling and specific about who he hurts. Please leave, before the two of you become embroiled in this further and it gets too difficult. ... (12 replies)
... These are all very minimal in comparison to the other area in which he is very controlling but I cannot discuss in this particular forum. Lets just say he thinks certain aspects of a relationship are a right for him and not a privelage. ... (5 replies)
Need some advice
Jan 29, 2009
... I agree with Cathy, don't stop being caring, maintain your role in the relationship. She sounds like a very controlling mother, manipulative. ... (4 replies)
... I agree, he's not stubborn. He's a manipulative and controlling jerk. This is just the tip of the iceberg. ... (12 replies)
... do it would show major insecurity issues on your part, and make you look controlling and immature. ... (51 replies)
... n would do that. Also, you say he would get angry if you wanted to hang out with freinds and ge somewhat mad and suspicious. In my experience, when people are controlling and jealousm it's becuase they have something to hide! ... (4 replies)
... You don't need to give up the fun times to be in an adult relationship. But I guess what it comes down to is that he doesn't think that you doing promotions are fun... for him. And he's insecure that your version of fun is getting paid to wear cleavage shirts and have guys looking at you when he's not around. You just don't agree on what's fun. It's basic incompatibility. ... (5 replies)
... Bottom line is that he's insecure and immature and you don't need him telling you how to live your life. Dump him. (5 replies)
... I think if a man doesn't want what he bargained for, then best to shine him on. You were a stripper when he met you for Pete's sake. He knew he was getting a stripper. He is trying to change who you are. You should never let a man try to do that to you. As long as you're not sleeping with or macking on other guys as part of your job, if you're kind of like a "Bud girl" or... (5 replies)
... love him so much -- but im not sure who is correct.. does everyone need to give up the "fun" times and certain jobs in order to be in an adult relationship? NO, you don't have to give up the fun times and jobs for relationships! That is why finding the right person is so important. I'm married, have kids, and I still have lots of fun! My husband and I talked about all... (5 replies)


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