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... Interesting, my boyfriend is the same and once told me I should date so and so if I want a smooth talker (ie, common friends who are hypocrites with women). I'm wondering if I'm willing to stick to his lack of subtleness on the long run though. (21 replies)
... Yes, I think your boyfriend is somewhat awkward with his words. ... (21 replies)
... use my situation was very similiar. I also had a problem with alcohol abuse, I've now been sober for about a month and a half. When I first tried to talk to my boyfriend about my problem, I was blown away by how unsensitive he was. ... (20 replies)

... I sometimes have the same issue with my bf, he's a bit insensitive but I think that's just the way he was raised, however, he has shown weakness and intimacy but sometimes some of the things he says are REALLY hurtful, but, I know for a fact that I am way TOO sensitive and that everything hurts me, but that's due a lot of other emotional baggage that I'm trying to deal with. ... (21 replies)
Boyfriend's Mother
Nov 24, 2012
... My boyfriend and I have been together for four months now. I know that is a kind of short time, but we had been best friends for a few months before that. We have helped each other through break ups and found our way to each other. ... (0 replies)
... And if your boyfriend was insensitive enough to say he'd like you better if you had big boobs...well maybe the problem is the boyfriend, not your body. I've NEVER had a guy I was in a relationship with say he wished mine were bigger... ... (20 replies)
... He is insensitive, selfish, immature and completely inconsiderate. If you stay with him, his treatment is going to get worse with time, not better. This is an issue that only one discussion should fix, if it was to ever come up at all. He's a loser, and you can do waaaay better! ... (16 replies)
... I think I know where you are coming from. Or at least a part of it. You probably wish your boyfriend would show that he, too, had some weak spots. Men do have them, but usually they hide it deep inside lest they come across as less masculine. ... (21 replies)
... How is your relationship today ? ... (21 replies)
... feelings now. It made me really happy! Except, I think he has an actual or potential alcohol problem, and he tells me that I have to stop bringing that up, which is code for "or else this relationship will end". Of course, drinking less wasn't even an option, the only option is I have to stop bringing it up. ... (21 replies)
... Pendulum, that's really amazing that you can tell that much about my boyfriend just by that little amount of information I gave you. He isn't controlling, per se, but he does subtly always have to be the dominant one. ... (21 replies)
... My boyfriend confronted me today because he thought I was bulimic. ... (21 replies)
... t think he needs to change, has no plans or desire, or for that matter, no reason to change, as far as he's concerned. If the implication of what he said to you is "leave me alone about my drinking or we're done" then he'd rather drink than keep you. ... (21 replies)
... what if our partner wants us to change because our behavior is unhealthy and WE know this and want this too, although it may be difficult and we may struggle to accomplish it, is that acceptable? ... (21 replies)
... like us. My husband is way too honest sometimes. ... (21 replies)
... he's becoming a bit of a pain, being with him is becoming work..... ... (21 replies)
... this guy is starting to sound like a project....... ... (21 replies)
... it sounds from what you say that your bf is simply uncouth. He doesn't know how to say it, and he says what comes to his mind without thinking. My bf often says things that I used to think, "What? ... (21 replies)
... ppearing pathological. It's not easy because of past experience to let go of that fear that something will go wrong. And we end up constantly asking ourselves, is that a red flag or am I just being overly cautious? ... (21 replies)
... It's perfectly fine to want someone to change because their behavior is unhealthy or destructive. But it is NOT okay to tell them they need to change. People can change, but they have to WANT to change. Not for me, not for my children, but for themselves. ... (21 replies)

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