Me and my boyfriend are constantly argueing. Today is our 3 month anniversary and we started to argue and he hung up on me. Then I called back and said "Next Time I won't call back, today was SUPPOSE to be special" and he said "well i hope This makes it even more special" and then he hung up again. He's always talking about how much he loves me yet he tells me how I get on his nerves and hangs up on me or tells me to shut up. I dunno what to do. I know this should probably be in the relationship forum but for some reason i came here instead.
Posts: 50 | From: K-Town Tn | Registered: Jul 2000
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He's a PUNK. kick his *** , give him the boot. But like Gumdrop said, if you are as mean with him as he is with you then you guys need to talk. But he shouldn't treat you like that. He has no respect if he's telling you to shut up.
Posts: 88 | From: Los angeles,Ca,USA | Registered: Jul 2000
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Goodness girl ... you need out of that situation. It's not a good thing that he tells you to "shut up" and whatnot. There may be something physiologically wrong with him that causes him to be rude to you. Perhaps an abuse that happened to him makes him nervous with relationships. If you're unhappy with him then I suggest you get out of the situation. Or talk to him about what's making you unhappy and see what he says. But he doesn't have the right to hang up on you for no reason. Methinks you should look at the other fishies in the sea and put him back.
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When I first starting going out with my b/f we had some arguements. Then we had a big arguement and it really upset us both. It was both our fault and we both felt guilty and very depressed. I suppose we both realised how much we care and love for one and other after we had sorted the arguement and now when we get angry or upset with each other instead of arguing we talk about it together. It's such a better way to sort it out talking face to face as you can't slam the phone down (I know this feels v. hurtful) I think that if your both to blame you should call him up and arrange to meet and talk so you can sort it out. If you love him and he loves you then you will be able to sort it out...if you can't, I'm afraid your going to have to let go...I know it's hard. Good Luck
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Posts: 109 | From: Birmingham, West Midlands, UK | Registered: Jun 2000
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