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... has a right to say anything because you don't live together and that is driving her a little batty. Just a thought. I love the computer and ex hated it. Biggest argument we had. I would never think to take it on a date to a restraunt. ... (67 replies)
... I agree with you.I think your personalities are mismatched also.Now comes the hard part.How do you breakup with someone that is suicidal?:eek: (67 replies)
... I seem to get into these arguments with my girlfriend over ridiculous things. ... (67 replies)

... I came from an abusive home. My mother had emotional and mental disorder, in fact I suspected she had a borderline personality disorder. ... (4 replies)
... stration and loving him and not wanting the relationship to end, but not being able to work things out. In any case, I can assure you it was neither indecent nor emotional blackmail. ... (67 replies)
... My girlfriend of 2 years will make an argument out of anything! Sometimes she will act so pissed of and upset and I do not have a clue why! ... (62 replies)
... rational and very black and white, but by no means an emotional robot. The girlfriend seems sensitive and a bit immature. ... (67 replies)
... Let her go. You need a woman more like Mom. Unfortunately I think you will find that somebody with that much control over emotions is going to be quite rare. ... (67 replies)
... I feel the same way about environmental issues and wouldnt consider using a bag unless it was absolutely necessary, but it wouldn’t even occur to me to tell my bf if and when he could use a bag - that's his choice. It’s highly unlikely she was crying and sobbing simply because you opposed her getting a bag for the sauce; lets get real here. What you've got to... (67 replies)
... responses from all over the spectrum. ... (67 replies)
... YOU always refuse to use plastic bags! Your girlfriend is NOT you and is allowed to have her own thoughts, choices and opinions. ... (67 replies)
... As for the crying, I can understand that women tend to be more emotional and may shed a few tears when upset. But prolonged crying and sobbing over a minor grievance is just too much to handle. ... (67 replies)
... its just that I am oversensitive and too emotional and it got worse with the more kids I had. BUT that does not mean I am weak. if i'm mad I'll speak up, I'll tell ya hey bite me! ... (67 replies)
... being, you needed to move on and find a girlfriend who wants to be with you every bit as much as you want to be with her. ... (6 replies)
... c I was an emotional wreck for hormonal reasons. I have never had an argument that early on with someone Im dating. ... (4 replies)
... the guy I ended up with...right from the start, we were complicated. I knew it, people told me, but there was something about him that made me want to choose him over everyone. It was for several reasons, even though we had arguments over nothing. ... (4 replies)
Human Doormat
Jan 24, 2009
... re she was totally controlling my life. And it's true, things got so bad that some of my friends were ready to stop hanging out with me, because I always made my girlfriend a higher priority than them. I'm embarrassed about the way I treated my friends back then, and I'm lucky that they all forgave me for it. ... (30 replies)
... ve known each other for a little over a year and dated for 7 months. He broke up with me in the beginning of February. ... (14 replies)
... A little bit of background information: I was hurt badly in my last few relationships: one cheated on me; one who had me on an emotional leash, keeping me close one minute, then letting me loose another (whom I later found out, he actually had a girlfriend the entire time we were 'together', and I wasn't even aware); and one who was still in love with his ex. I started... (8 replies)
... 7 months into a relationship is technically still the "honeymoon" period. It's pretty concerning that you argue several times a week. The other thing that is concerning is how he "convinces" you all of these arguments are your fault. He is obviously very manipulative and has done a very good job at wearing you down. That is why you are so willing to put up with your... (4 replies)

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