I agree.. you are the prize here Audra. You have multiple men to date and you shouldn't have to hide it unless someone wants to step up to the plate and ask you for more than that.
I consider myself a pretty easy going person, but if the guy I was screwing took me to a place where I had to sit at the same table with the other chick he was screwing, I don't know that I would be ok with it. It's one thing knowing that person exists, it's another thing to be hanging out with them together. I think it's more about common curtesy than maturity.
I also don't see why if you had prior plans to go to this place you don't just keep them. It's not like you all made a plan to hang out together. Why would you rearrange your schedule because someone else unrelatedly decided to go the same place?
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You people are fucking retarded. Of course you don't take him to that bar, Audra.
Honestly, I'm not sure I can live in it either.
RSW got stuck in the mobile view when I was playing around with it on my laptop. There's no way to undo it once you're in that view yet, and it lacks a few features. So I'm back to TLGM until the dev team resolves it.
You're virtually stuck?
This page is disgusting. Someone should burn it before it infects the good people of the board. Not saying I'm one of them, but someone has to look out for their interests.
What would prompt a girl in the early stages of a relationship to say 'I really like you, so if you ever feel you want to "downgrade" and have an open relationship I wouldn't be happy but would be ok with it?'
Insecurity or the want for an open relationship?
Well, my anger issues might be ruining my relationship.
Boyfriend told me that he cannot deal with my outbursts anymore. I get angry or frustrated about something/anything unrelated to him, and I lash out and attack him/his insecurities as a way to "Get the anger out." I know that it's happening as it's happening, and I can't stop it. It's gotten bad in the last month; I've been stressed with school and work and got put on Xanax by my doctor for anxiety. Boyfriend says he will break up with me if I do this again. I don't like ultimatums, but...I think I've fucked up a good thing simply because I can't stop myself from being so sad and angry all the time.
You all might want to clear a space on the loser couch in this thread for me. I have a feeling I'll be back here soon.
OH GOD SOMEONE PLEASE GET IN TOUCH WITH HER BOYFRIEND AND BRIBE HIM TO STAY WITH HER. I CANNOT TAKE ANOTHER SINGLE KAT ATTACK.
At least you have Xanax...
So my friends and I were having a debate about first dates - is it too harsh to decide, after just one date, that you never want to date that person again?
My stance (the perpetually-single): if there's absolutely no chemistry, and you come away from the date feeling completely neutral about the other person, why prolong it?
My friend's stance (the serial monogamist): people take awhile to warm up, and not everyone is themselves on a first date. Give them a chance for their true personality to show through, and you might be surprised.
She's just given me a challenge to help me get over commitment issues...whoever I go out on a date with next, I HAVE to go on at least 2 other dates with them, and I can't date anyone else in the meantime. This should be interesting.
"If you've lost your faith in love and music, the end won't be long." -The Libertines
You're not required to post in this thread and/or read anything I post, Randy.
Kat, what do you get so angry about and what kind of things do you say to him?
I haven't been on a "date" since Feb 28th
"why are you so annoying" TheKlein25
But in a lot of cases, a partner will use a minor problem like this as a breaking point because they don't have the words to say they want to break up. Generally speaking, these people will find any excuse, whether it's your anger, their emotions for someone else, the way their parents feel about you, or anything at all really. If it's not right, you can't force it. He should be man enough to love you for your outbursts, and find a way to deal with it, instead of having a shit fit and pushing you into taking medication.
Boyfriend is supposed to be there to help you through times like this, not threaten a breakup. Such a threat just makes you more stressed out. You sound much better than this dude. Burn that bridge, if you get the chance.
Someone is a little crazy.