VirginLover
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Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 10:29 am

Here's my story, and I'm about to dump the kid:
Last night around 9:15- i was dying, my stomach was doing crazy stuff... I was going to go to the emergency room, it was pretty bad. My b/f Scott calls on the phone, asking if he can come over. I tell him "Scott, I really don't feel well, my stomach is killing me, I'll talk to you tomorrow, ok? I'm really sorry."
Him: "Bye. *click*"
Before I go to bed, I wanted to give him an e-mail appolgizing again. He's online, along with my pal Tim, who I talked to earlier in the day and knew how much my stomach hurt. I asked him to talk to Scott for me while I appolgized to him, and he did his job because Scott goes to me-
"Oh, I see you have Tim on your side?"
But he calms down and goes "No, I believe you."
I find out this morning that he was talking about me to my now-former friend saying that how horrible I was for "making excuses just because she doesn't want to see me"
Does he ask how i'm feeling, what's wrong, how i'm doing? NO.
Should I give this guy the boot? Help is appreciated!!!
 
Guest

RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 10:35 am

Yeah, it does not seem like he knows how to play the game if you ask me! He looks like he really does not care!
Iain
 
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 10:36 am

Hmmm.......I dunnoo..i guess i can see why he'd mabe thimk that but he still should of at leat asked you how you were feeling. Either talk to him first and sees what he says or dumb him. just my $.02

Eric
 
chris28_17
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 10:45 am

i think you should trade your "boy"friend in for a real man  Wink/being sarcastic




j/k


Aloha,
CHRIS
 
SophieMaltese
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 10:49 am

Sounds like he might be a little insecure, but who knows. How is he normally? If it's just a one time thing okay, but if he's always like that you might be better off without him.

P.S.
I like your homepage. Chris Farley was awesome!
 
Accidentally
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 12:32 pm

Sounds like he's gonna turn attatched to you. He knows that you may not be totally commited to him, and is questioning things you say. He apparently isn't positive that you aren't starting to get tired of him.

-Cory
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us330
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 1:05 pm

You certainly have the right to be mad. Tell your b/f that he needs to trust you a bit more than he does right now, or you are headed towards an unhappy end.
 
777YYC
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 1:39 pm

This kid deserves the boot.
 
flyf15
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Tue Mar 13, 2001 3:00 pm

Catie, go with your heart, you know him better than the rest of us combined. If he is being bad to you, mistrustful, etc, your heart will tell you what to do. And, remember...it sounds like he brought it on himself, you have a right to be angry. Best of luck to you with whatever you decide.
 
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 1:24 am

I think it's really cool that you let aviation forums dictate your personal decisions.
There's something very strange about that.
He should dump you!
 
Yukee
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 3:18 am

I agree with greg.
He made a very good point.

It seems to me that you guys don't trust each other.
If you trust him, you should talk to him instead of asking for help on the net..

Yukee  Laugh out loud
 
VirginLover
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 3:48 am

I'm not relying on just this info, I confronted him, he lied to me about 4 times in a row, so in about 10 minutes, i'm going to talk to him about it.
 
chris28_17
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 12:28 pm

Seriously, at this age you should NOT take one iota of crap from a boy, if he lies even ONCE at this age, he will be pathological when he is older.

I would tell you (from a bit of expirence) to dump his sorry ass. He is no good. Period.

you can email me if you want more inspirational stuff...


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blink182
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 12:37 pm

He LIED?? 4 times in A ROW?? And judging by all the other info, you should dump him. If he can't trust you, there is no point in going out with him. Relationships are mostly built on trust(other than liking the person) but if he lacks that, it is time to kick him out. Just my 2 cents
rgds,
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VirginLover
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Wed Mar 14, 2001 10:50 pm

Hey guys- update:

I finally got the truth out of him (bleck on him)- he gets upset because I can't see him a lot- we've been on a date once in a month- I can understand why the kid's dissapointed. But I lead like a crazy life, with OM State Competitions this Friday and then the sports season starting up, when I get free time, I want free time to my self. I told him "Listen, what's going on right now is what I have to offer. I really don't trust you at the moment to start. There's going to be days where when I finally get free time, I'm going to want to spend it for me. There's not going to be many dates until June, and I'm going to leave you dissapointed a lot. If I stretch my self any thinner, we're gonna be back to February (when I dumped him cause i was stressed). If I don't stretch my self further, we're going to be back here."
He said he needed time to think... so I'll keep updated.
 
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Thu Mar 15, 2001 4:44 am

Only once a month!! Poor Chap!
Iain
 
blink182
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Thu Mar 15, 2001 11:51 am

I don't blame you, with all that stuff going on, and when ever you get that little bit of free time, you deserve to spend it by yourself, or how ever you choose. If he can accept the fact that there won't be many dates until june and is fine with it, I would hold on a little bit. If he is really mad and in a way jealous or isn't willing to cooperate, I would dump him.
Just giving you my advice,
rgds,
blink182
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Fri Mar 16, 2001 4:19 am

That kinda relationship is hard. I've been through kinda the smae relationship and it sucked and when time was finaly free i got dumped. Maybe it be best to just be friends or something, but that is very hard to. Well just my 2 cents. I do feel bad for him cause i do know what he's going through.

Eric
 
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RE: Do I Have A Right To Be Mad?

Fri Mar 16, 2001 5:44 am

Does he put out?

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