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Working together
Feb 25, 2008
... I think that's another problem I would have had. I could see myself occasionally getting moody and wanting to take breaks together.. then getting irrational and upset if he didn't want to! It's silly, I worry too much.. but it's a possibility. ... (8 replies)
... So here is my problem, My boyfriend is truly a wonderful, caring, loving man. When we first started dating he seemed so happy to finally be around someone he could be himself with. ... (10 replies)
Another update
Oct 16, 2007
... menopause right now and have some really moody days. ... (99 replies)

Is This Okay?
Oct 16, 2007
... ME AND MY BOYFRIEND HAVE BEEN TOGETHER FOR 4 YEARS. IM NOT SURE IF IM OVER REACTING BUT I GET SUPER MOODY AND UPSET OVER SIMPLE STUFF. i DONT MEAN TO BE ANNOYING WITH HIM. WHEN HE GOES OUT WITH HIS FRIENDS I WISH HE WOULD JUST TEXT OR EVEN CALL ONCE TO SAY HI! ... (12 replies)
... With cycles like that he could very well be bipolar. Have you ever asked or has he ever told you why he was on anti-depressants? Just because you are the only one he does it to doesn't make it right. You don't deserve to be at the recieving end of his issues. He needs to know how it makes you feel and he needs to get it taken care of. Well, I hope you are... (11 replies)
... He may be a bipolar. My mother is very phisically sick and it affected her mentally. We had to put up with that. She wasn't like that at the beginning. If person like that before you even tight the knot, it is going to be just worse. Life is very hard and you are not becoming any younger. With the age it become much harder to tolerate that kind of things, plus all you put up... (11 replies)
... Maybe he is going through some hormonal changes, or any mild health problem, but still that does not give you the right to trat you bad. My fiance is a supersweet person, but when he gets in a bad mood and he is sharp at me I simply tell him that I don't like him talking to me like that, that it hurts and makes me sad. That is enough for him to calm down because he... (11 replies)
... Yes, but not for 3 months at a time with little to no relief... (11 replies)
... Mm... thanks guys. Unfortunately I find myself agreeing with a lot of the things you're saying to me! There is another side to this though. He's not a jerk: He cycles (mood). Ive known him for 3 years and in this time it's been... a few months of life is great, followed by another few months of life is pain. This is generally when he starts smoking, and when he quits it is... (11 replies)
... I don't think you are compatible and geting rid of him is a best thing you can do. You are obviously not a type he fears and respects. I was in abusive relationship at work, at home. I can't do with these kind of people. Even if you learn to stand up for yourself with him, it wore you off. You better off find a person who treats you right or be alone. (11 replies)
... If nothing else, the moment he starts to treat you so horribly, cut him off mid-jerk-sentence, tell him you'd rather not be in his presence when he's being such a putz, and walk away. Get a cab if you have to... I guess he thinks he can keep treating you like this and that definitely isn't a habit you'd like to see him form right?? I'm with happymom - demand respect, he... (11 replies)
... Well, he obviously knows he is being immature and unfair (at least on some level) because he say "how he knows its unfair and he's really sorry and he DOESNT KNOW WHY I TEND TO ANNOY HIM SO MUCH". But that really doesn't help matters does it? He knows what he is doing, appologized, and then does it again. Why should you "tread on glass" because he has a stick up his ***? ... (11 replies)
... I recently posted about my troubles with getting my 'boyfriend' to call. Well, i'm still have issues and I really need some input from outsiders as I am loosing my cool. He's recently been having problems with his two jobs. He learned about 2 weeks ago that he may have to quit one and the other he's been having a lot of personal problems with. He's very focused on his... (6 replies)
... I have noticed her dropping hints, doing what i was doing while i liked her, being fairly moody and 'unhappy' but never wanting to speak to me about it, even though in the past we always do, so thats why im thinking 'is it about me? ... (3 replies)
Support
Nov 7, 2006
... Recently, my boyfriend and I broke up. We'd been together for years, waiting until we graduated from university to get married. ... (10 replies)
... nt weekend trips with them, not to mention all the times during the week, we've found that we don't like HER. At. All. She is manipulative, controlling, lazy, moody and whiney. She can't or won't take care of her own child alone, calling on him to help or do everything for her. ... (4 replies)
... Maybe he feels its useless trying to explain his silent treatment.It might be about something hes discussed over and over with you in the past and has not been understood or may have just resulted in an arguement making things worse.I know where the silent treatment comes from cause I have done it myself.You feel you just can't talk to your loved one because they won't... (12 replies)
... Keep us posted, hon. Good luck to you. (12 replies)
... well, he can kiss my a** if he thinks i'm going to get over it, or even take one minute more of it. i've been reading the books, etc, and it's so true. i really don't know why i've let him get away with this for so long. i don't care how your mother raised you--it is NOT RIGHT to "be in a bad mood" for 3 days. and you do NOT HAVE THE RIGHT to be in a bad mood for... (12 replies)
... Ha ha, aint that the truth! (12 replies)




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