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Well johnny is my bf.We have gone out many times before and all of them times hes cheated on me. But this last time hes done pretty well.But the thig is his little brother allways calls me names and Johnny doesnt defened me so I defened myself.And he gets pissed off at me...What do I do?And also he allways has girls that call him but I know its just to make me mad...what can I do to stop them?I have more ? But Ill ask them next time...


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Johnny doesn't sound like a very mature person; someone who has other girls call him just to make you mad, who allows his siblings to verbally abuse you and who doesn't show you the respect you deserve is probably not worth your time. You could try telling him to be more respectful (and to stand up for you when his younger brother calls you names) if he wants to continue this relationship, but if he can't handle that, I think it would be best to move on.

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(Chelsey, just a friendly reminder to keep in mind what area of the boards you're posting in. This topic would be better suited to the Relationship area, so I'll ask a Mod to move it for you [Smile] )

I'll second what SnailShells has said. If a serious talk with him doesn't result in a change of behaviour from him, it sounds like it would be time to let him go.

[ 03-30-2008, 10:07 AM: Message edited by: blysse_norwood ]

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