Posted by mars_in_cappyPosted by Mojito
Hmmm that’s what I hear...thanks
Sorry, i know i was a bit blunt, but i'm sick of women getting played by these sort of 'childish charmers'. Like their appeal lays in the push-pull dynamic, designed to throw you off centre in order to weaken you so that you'll accept their crap. And "boo hoo", you might up and leave him.. his worst fear.
At very least, he sounds like an abuser. Turning "mean" and mentioning another woman. Using you as a sounding board.. Oh, hang on, maybe he wants an 'audience'?
Insight is: he is a childish 'manchild', afraid of intimacy, who wants an 'audience' rather than a partner, and he will use women to serve this purpose, and he is an abuser.
Outlook: not looking good!click to expand
Posted by mars_in_cappy
He sounds like a douche.
Honestly, get rid of him. He's a typical pathetic, wishy washy, game playing mamma's boy.
Not sure why you're wasting your time on him?
Posted by Purpleaqua01
A lotta of ppl in their feelings about this one.. damn I thought y’all liked my crazy stories ? Lmao
Posted by LostinmyMind11
Must be nice to have money and not really need to work...you better thank the universe cause you never know when that all can change.
As much as I hate the firing, hiring and training...I probably wouldn't have hired you to begin with... especially if you put all your jobs on your resume....a job hopper. Waste of my time ...and I absolutely hate to have my time wasted. Idk...maybe because I'm old school...I also find it disrespectful asf. Not only that...but you're taking away from someone who probably needs that job and the money. If you don't want to be there anymore...quit, so someone that does has a shot.
Posted by justagirl
Hmmm If my partner has issues with me having male friends, well that means he doesn't trust me and/or is insecure. It may not even be anything to do with him being sincere with his feelings.
I think healthy, mature people can be in a relationship and not be possessive/jealous of the opposite sex. To me it's about being secure in who they are as a person and in the relationship and especially in their partner.
Posted by LadyNeptune
You in person = too real
You via social media and long distance = the fantasy he likes
Talk is cheap. Actions are where it’s at and he’s shown you time and time again his actions don’t match up to the game he talks. Up to you if you want to waste another 10 years on this goof.
Posted by ChuckcemPosted by Surviving
The rows were about the most ridiculous things, a family member going to his place of work without a heads up (he works in the service industry) 4 days of a row and I was told I have a sickness?! I opened up to him about something which had occurred in my past, something that had been difficult for me to overcome, he said I couldn’t just drop bombs and expect him to deal with them (I hadn’t expected anything other than to be in a relationship where I could be open). There was even a time he blew up at me because a zipper on his pocket got stuck. The problem was he could never see his was to apologizing, he needed me to admit some sort of fault (based on my reaction to his blow up).
So he sounds like a crazy person and you should definitely not waste any more time on him.click to expand