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Feeling unloved
Apr 21, 2008
... Sooooo...I just did some spying, I probably shouldn't have, I never have before, but my BF is out tonight so I got on his account and looked at his internet history to see what he's been up to. He's been looking at a porn site almost everyday, sometimes twice a day (he's at home during the day b/c he's in sales). So that got me suspicious. What else is he hiding??!! He left... (15 replies)
Feeling unloved
Dec 7, 2005
... One thing that may be affecting you are the issues with your Dad. And that's something that your boyfriend cannot help you with. Only you can settle that. ... (5 replies)
Feeling unloved
Dec 7, 2005
... I'm having a really hard time believing that my boyfriend loves me right now. ... (5 replies)

... My boyfriend and I have been together for two years now. I'm 19, and he is 18 and about to be a senior in high school. ... (2 replies)
... I think the entire point of telling someone you love them is to share that feeling with them. I'm sorry but if someone cannot tell me they love me, even if they have their own quirky way of doing it, I can't help but believe they don't. ... (46 replies)
... craved this so much from my boyfriend, to hear those kind of words you say you feel. We have since split and I would say that the reason has a lot to do with me feeling unloved and insecure even though, if I said I wasnt pretty he would respond with "What? ... (21 replies)
... d another call or text or anything. It wasn't easy, but I just kept telling myself that if I answer his call it will only put me right back in that same place of feeling unloved and disrespected. It was an awful place. It tore down my self confidence and self respect. ... (10 replies)
... I had different issues with the guy I was living with, but I agree with the suggestion of getting your own place. I decided to do so, announced it to him, and 3 days later moved out. I have a great, cute little duplex that I'm having a blast fixing up and I can still see my guy, but it's much more on even terms now. It's nice to be able to get away and be by myself or with... (6 replies)
... This sermonette is for me as much as you. You can still love him but not pick him to spend the rest of your life with. You can still love him, wish him well, and not want to give up quite as much as it sounds like you will if you stay. Sometimes I think we feel we have to have some major, horrible problem to allow us to accept that we need something other than what we... (6 replies)
... I can't imagine not hearing any concern from my hubby when I have a health problem. You are with a bad bad wrong guy. There are so many already married couples wrangling with emotional problems AFTER they are entangled with kids, finances, mutual friends etc. You are in a better postion to deal with the emotional problems now, before it is all gets encumbered deeper. (6 replies)
... He is who he is and you're not going to change him. You need to either accept that you will be unhappy as long as you are with him and resign yourself to being with someone who offers no emotional support at all, someone who isn't even your friend, who treats you like little more than free maid service and cook (I don't recommend this) or you can decide you've had enough of... (6 replies)
... Do you have a job of your own? Things don't seem to be going well while you are living together. I say get a place of your own. The relationship doesn't have to end, but at least you will be cleaning and cooking and tending to your own space instead of being his maid. It will give you each time and space to figure out some things. It will reveal the level of desire... (6 replies)
... he's not the right guy........ he's not compassionate, empathetic, or even genuinely interested about what's going on in your life..... you'd be better off without him. (6 replies)
... I've been with my guy for two years, but have only lived with him for one. I've learned that he is an unaffectionate, uncaring person. I blame these traits on his horrible, abusive, upbringing. I love him, but these two traits about him can be very hurtful to me. For example, I had a colposcopy done today (due to abnormal cells in my cervix). I went home afterwards and called... (6 replies)
... My boyfriend and i have been dating for over a year now. ... (0 replies)
... I've been with my boyfriend for over a year and living together for a few months now. Everything is great and I believe we are moving forward. ... (5 replies)
To Murray-
Jan 25, 2006
... Hey citygirl Just reading through your post, and I agree, when hearing what you guys have been saying it's like I was hearing myself talking! I found myself being what some would call "needy" or "clingy", but I realise that was only because HE was neglecting me and I was trying so hard to compensate for the lack of time, affection and support from HIM. I felt so deprived... (94 replies)
... Okay, so I've been with my boyfriend for just over 5 years now, we got together so young! ... (4 replies)
... My boyfriend is in his mid 30's and I am mid 20's. ... (29 replies)
What to Do?
Sep 8, 2005
... Hi Stacy, I understand how you are feeling and that you don't want to let him go, but remember, the more you concentrate on how he feels in this relationship, the less time you spend on dealing with how you feel about this relationship and what your needs are. Really think about this, investing yourself in how he feels is denying the truth that this is really over and you... (10 replies)


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