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... My girlfriend and I just "dated" for about 2 months before we actually decided to get together officially and exclusively as boyfriend and grilfriend. I'm 18 and she's about to turn 21. ... (24 replies)
... i have been dating my boyfriend for about a year now. he is really really nice to me but when little problems arise he lashes out really easily even though sometimes they have nothing to do with me. ... (1 replies)
... If there is a fight, then I assume you bite back in some way. Try saying calmly next time "I can see you are angry because............ ... (1 replies)

Angry boyfriend :(
May 21, 2011
... I am 23 and have only been seeing my boyfriend of 22 for 3 months. He is an angry man, often having outbursts over the pettiest of things. I have also learnt that I should barely speak to him last thing on a night and first thing on a morning. ... (3 replies)
Angry boyfriend :(
May 21, 2011
... He wouldn't do anything to hurt you? ... (3 replies)
... I definitely agree with the advice given and you seem quite intune to what this lady's personality is like. In September I moved into a house with 3 other girls from my first year residence floor. ... (3 replies)
... It's really not up to you to fix his insecurity problem. That's all his issue and for him to resolve. You've done all you can do, and it's such a shame that it has come down to you having to do anger management classes just to deal with it. ... (2 replies)
Angry boyfriend
Jun 2, 2010
... That's your intuition telling you to not move in with him! ... (17 replies)
... i am 20 years old and my boyfriend just turned 21. ... (7 replies)
... My boyfriend gets angry over anything. Sometimes I think he almost looks for things to get angry about. Then it leaves me wondering and examining the situation to see if I really did anything wrong. Heres a little overview of my situation. ... (16 replies)
... My current boyfriend is my first boyfriend ever. We had been friends for 9 years before, best friends for 2, and finally saw that we had feelings for each other. ... (1 replies)
Stubborn Boyfriend
Oct 29, 2013
... I'm in serious need to rant and get advice on how to deal with a stubborn boyfriend. It is somehow complicated to start with. We are both artists that work away from our home countries. ... (5 replies)
... estate agent who I think is married. I have not told my boyfriend that I know about his messing around because that will mean I have to confess that I was snooping in his email and cell phone. ... (32 replies)
... I've been with my boyfriend for 6 months and so far, we've spent practically every night together. We only live 5 minutes away from each other and attend the same university. ... (6 replies)
... Maybe he feels like the only time you want to speak with him is when you need something. When was the last time you just wanted to spend some time with him, free of charge. I dont know if that is the way it is, you may be a great woman and he may be a bad man but you need to look at things from his side. ... (10 replies)
... relationship with my father. my parents divorced when i was 8 and i've lived with my mother, my father is an alcoholic and isn't really supportive of me. ... (10 replies)
... hi ... hoping someone out there can give me some advice on how to deal with a situation that is causing me an immense amount of pain, sadness, and loneliness. ... (11 replies)
Angry boyfriend
May 30, 2010
... I agree, don't move in with him. At the very least, he will continue to be angry all the time and continue to break things. More likely, his anger will escalate, and he will break your things, possibly become abusive, and definitely drain the life out of you. ... (17 replies)
... somethign ahd to happen to make him angry.. i no how he feels and something is wrog, someone made him mad... soemthing... ... (4 replies)
... I agree with Justmel.... and I learned this from experience. When you get married, you become a team, and all the other influences, includung blood family, has to come second. For a marriage to work, you have to put each other first. Both you and your husband have allowed your parents to interfere. ... (5 replies)


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