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... Thank you so much, WhiteLily! I've been having a tough time physically and kind of down on myself emotionally lately, and it means more than I can say to have someone be so sweet and kind to me. ... (11 replies)
... to see where things might go. Things were good, but in the end, I realized that in order to make a new life for myself in my new location, I needed to let go and not hold on to the city and the people there. So I never fully pursued it. ... (9 replies)
... husband and your current boyfriend would be a great man if they were merged together into a single person. Your ex seems to have the emotional and supportive characterisitcs that you look for and that are important to you, while your boyfriend has the looks and the similar interests. ... (4 replies)

... my life was HELL. I honestly believe my boyfriend saved me from extreme mental breakdown. ... (6 replies)
... lf against a girl that hit her, that I wanted to go to the school, give them the devil, and pull my niece out of school. BUT,,, somewhere in me, I knew this was NOT rational. I didn't go. I didn't call. I know the school rules... even if I don't agree... Fighting is fighting... ... (64 replies)
... He has been both emotionally supportive and also emotionally abusive. He scripts me alot and always tells me I need to go to more therapy or speak in a certain way to express myself. ... (5 replies)
Another chance?
Jul 29, 2010
... for his failures and sucesses. He can blame you for his falls. He can use you as a reason to cahnge or NOT to change. ... (26 replies)
... I'm 27 and my boyfriend is 29. We've been together almost three months and things are going really well. ... (2 replies)
... I have things going on in my life that I am not happy with at all. My ex and I broke up about 7 months ago, after being together for 3 years and purchasing a house together. ... (4 replies)
... But I knew I had to give him the space and time to heal and learn to trust, not so much me, but his own instincts. ... (7 replies)
... we can't really tell you what he really believes, but if he's rude and arrogant, it would seem he really does think that money is most important and he's a great boyfriend because he's a great provider. He just must have been raised that way. But I think when it comes to relationships, it comes down to rules for life. ... (10 replies)
... Hi, I'm glad to listen or read to be supportive for you. We all need someone to hear us. How did you find out you had reassurance ocd? ... (20 replies)
... The other problem is my overbearing mother who lacks consistency and is very hovering. Both of these problems creates hell in our house and sometimes I'm happy not to be living there most of the time. Please bear with me, since this is lengthy. ... (1 replies)
... This all makes sense. I know I'm not always good at explaining things, but I feel good about this. ... (21 replies)
... his spending so much of his money and time, especially weekend time, with his family and not making you a priority. ... (12 replies)
... t assumption a lot of single people looking for love seem to be making that once they find that special someone, they are guaranteed to have a happy, loving, and supportive relationship for life. ... (179 replies)
I still Love Him
Jan 23, 2005
... into my current relationship and set aside my feelings for my ex. I know I can do that, since my boyfriend is passionate, kind, and has alot of respect for me. ... (4 replies)
... Long story short, I just broke up with my boyfriend of 4 years. We had a rollercoaster relationship. ... (6 replies)
... ly supportive way, nor is she happy for him to be living his life the way he chooses like a true friend would. ... (9 replies)
... w much he does you.....enough to let you go until he figures things out. If you are meant to be together you will be but he is right in the sense that you ought not put your lives on hold for one another. Three years is a long time and I think that what he is proposing is best for both of you. ... (1 replies)


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