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That's toxic af. We have an agreement that I can do what I want and she can also. However, if it's something that takes priority thay we need to get done, everything else goes to the back of the line. For example, I planned to take my brother to Vegas for his bday coming up. The weekend we planned on going, we found out there's a special event at school for my kids and they really want to go and my wife promised them we would be there. It didn't completely shut off Vegas, but delayed it one whole day. Everyone's happy.
@tha5th, that sounds too REASONABLE...
@megamanx181x, ikr. Yeah, I know we all like to joke around here and all that but on a serious note, it's about having the level of maturity to go through life together and maintain a healthy and effective relationship. It's hard work, but when you enjoy being with your SO, things sort of fall into place.
@tha5th, it makes you wonder how married couples have this problem and they can’t do something this simple to fix it. Like before they were married did they avoid situations like this?
@megamanx181x, I do believe that, in my observation, people are usually just NOT right for each other. We're so quick to start relationships and we enjoy seeing each other at that moment so much, that the line between love and infatuation becomes non-existent. I think a more appropriate response to a situation where a person questions their love for their SO is to talk about it. It may hurt, but we can rid ourselves of dark futures that way.
@tha5th, i 100% agree
@tha5th, I also think a lot of people forget that your SO isn’t just your SO, they’re also supposed to be your best friend.
Gonna get a bit real, but this is one of me and my wife's biggest contention points. I ask "wanna do something?" Thinking if she wants to hangout shed give an option. She says "eh, do whatever you want" thinking the same thing. I now think she doesnt wanna hangout and go play video games or something, she now thinks Id rather play games than be with her. Its a lose lose of frustration
@TwitchingJacob, my dad was a big time macho guy growing up because the old fashioned mexican household saw the man being a manly man and the woman doing house and kids stuff. We grew up that way and so pride still has a say in decisions that I make, even though it sucks and I'm trying my hardest to change that. That being said, if this was my situation, I'd be "the man" and ignite the conversation. The key to good communication is to be be up front without sounding needy, and be firm without sounding mean. With practice, you might get her to open up a bit more as she sees how hard you're trying to communicate. It's simple action and reaction. Hope that helps, good luck bud.
@tha5th, thanks, I really appreciate it :)
@TwitchingJacob, sounds like you both just need some inspiration. Get a jar and some slips of paper, on each paper write something you guys like doing together (take a walk at a park, go thrifting, go out for ice cream etc idfk) and when y’all get in a little pit like that, you can just grab a paper at random. Add ideas to the jar when you think of them. It sounds super cheesy but it’ll get y’all to actually do things together again
I always hear “it’s okay for a girl to not to know what she wants and to change her mind.” I don’t believe it nor do I play that shît, I am also single...