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ever have the gut feeling that you are in a battle you can't win not to mention one you shouldn't even be fighting

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  • Every time neighbors on either side of me get into some kind of passive aggressive fight with each other.

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I possibly have the most perfect boyfriend for me and this summer for college we are only going to be able to see eachother once a week if not then bi-weekly. I am terrified that we are going to drift apart. I'm unconsolable and even when he reassures me there's always that doubt in my mind that after summer we will not be together. I've been crying for so long and so scared at this point I kind of just want to end relationship so that I wouldn't be as hurt as what I am right now.

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  • Listen... I've been in several long distance relationships. I'm going to be honest with you. It's not easy, but seeing someone once a week... is so often. I wish I could have seen any of my partners even once a month. That said, it's okay to miss him and worry about him, but realistically, in a healthy relationship, you should be able to function without your partner for a while. If you can't and you really depend on him that much, you might want to work on that.

  • Your fear isn't irrational unfortunately. But fortunately, you can work against it. Being apart might separate you in some ways, but try not to see it as a loss; see it as a wonderful opportunity for both of you to find yourselves, make experiences you can tell each other, learn to be without each other to both contribute to a more fulfilling partnership later and to be able to truly appreciate aspects of being together that you never appreciated before. Time apart can kill a relationship, but it almost always only does because it wasn't meant to last anyways or because of insecurities.

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Am I the only one left that believes in gender roles? That it's the man's responsibility to provide, protect, do manual labor? Women responsible to Care for the home, nurture the family, be everyone's safe place? If a man sees a woman struggling with physical work an I wrong to feel he should lend a hand? I've always wondered what it would feel like to have a guy who felt he needs to do what he can to lighten my burdens. I've never needed a guy to take care of me I've always done it on my own yet I can't help but to imagine being with someone who wants to even if he doesn't have to. Instead of always being the one that takes care of everything and everyone else with very little help. Perhaps my lame ideals that relationships should be partnerships has set me up for disappointment as I find myself in one sided relationships over and over again

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  • I don't believe this because any adult person should be able to support themself alone before attempting to live with someone else.

  • am i the only one who feels the o.p is contradicting her self with what she is saying here?

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there's this guy named Geo in my Robotics club and he's so cool and nice and stuff and I feel flustered when I'm around him and I hate it since I've never felt this way but he didn't seem interested or dose he even wanna talk to me because I've been nothing but a fuckin asshole and now I just hate myself

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You continue to make me feel like an ass, when something isn't going the way that you want, I know how to cope, you get all angry and frustrated. Then when I'm crying because I have no idea what I did this time, and you tell me I'm just throwing myself a pity party. You say you're going to be late for work, yet you won't just leave. Instead of sleeping, you play videogames then get upset at me that you have to go to work and you're exhausted. Ik I make you feel bad sometimes too, but at least when I fuck up, I come to you and apologize, you don't acknowledge the fact you were in the wrong. Everything is my fault, all of the time, you do you, and continue never to do any wrong, you perfect asshole.

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  • Leave them. This relationship is toxic

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nigga if you can't get over this then did you really go through cold weather training?

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Sometimes I wish I had a fake hot boyfriend to cuddle with and do smexy things with and he'd just be the perfect guy who'd know everything about me I mean "Everything" if you know what you mean

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  • why a fake one?

  • no I don't believe I know what you mean!

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i want to be better and cooler for this guy and I want us to be friends but I can tell that he didn't wanna talk to me anymore and he ingores and tries to avoid me so I'm pretty sure , I can respect his choice to not talk to me and I can understand iv been a asshole and I'm trying to get better but I still insult him all the time and it's hard so I'll just leave him alone

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  • Yeah rule number 1 of being friends with people, don't be a dick. You can't insult someone all the time and expect them to like you.

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I'm trying not to be such a crazy gf, but when we first started dating he was like oober sketchy and would never even like sit his phone down and when he slept over he would legit sleep with his phone in his pocket, so I started getting all paranoid, he assures me that he wouldn't cheat on me, but I'm that person that grew up helping all the popular kids with school work, I was the one nobody noticed unless they needed help, or they were "pranking" me, and every single guy I have been with since high school has cheated on me. Is there a chance that this guy could actually be for real, and blowing it because of my littered past?

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  • Maybe ask him why he always keeps his phone on him, explain that you've been hurt in the past and it makes you insecure; but also explain you don't want to check his phone at all, you just don't like that it seems like he's protecting it or hiding it. Tell him you're afraid of being hurt again. And don't check his phone. If you can't trust him enough to not do that, don't date him. People deserve privacy. I guard my phone like that and I have nothing to hide, I just don't want to lose it because it's the only connection I have to my long distance friends.

  • That's not really normal that none of the guys you date are trustworthy. How do you pick these dudes?

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my boyfriend and I are trying to give our relationship one last try, we figure 3rd time is a charm and if we can't make it work then we are at a civil agreement that it just isn't healthy and can only get even worse after and our son just turned 3 months the other day and he told me that if it doesn't work out, I shouldn't worry about him moving on right away or even at all for a very long time. ( I assured him the same. I have loved one woman and now one man, I feel I don't need anymore.) He went on to tell me that he would let me keep our son the entire time I'm breastfeeding, he also said that he would by anything both me and our son would need until I found a job, also that as long as I'm breastfeeding, when he came to see our son that all three of us could go out together. Then when I'm done breastfeeding that's when we will talk about him having our son for nights and everything. Is this healthy? We only want the best for our son, and if this is how it should be, it's okay, right? I have faith that we can fix it this time because we make really good parents, but being a couple is just hard for us sometimes. Does anyone else understand or is this just crazy...?

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  • Seems weird to me that you guys are using breastfeeding as a time marker. If you guys can be civil around each other while he's breastfeeding, why not after? And why would he only have the baby for nights? It makes more sense to switch off every week, or to get him used to a school schedule where he might stay with one of you during the week and one of you on weekends. Also I recommend trying to avoid this whole thing by going to couples' counseling and learning how to have a healthy relationship and talk things out like adults without resorting to fighting.

  • it's your choice but remember that your just involved

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