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Dragonfire, The

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#1 14 years ago

so i meet this guy in an honor band thing i did. we had a thing going. he gets a gilrfriend like the second to last day. cause he figures he's never gonna see me again. he loves her, she loves him, she doesn't anymore. and we start talking again. start going out, first off. i feel like a rebound relationship. and he's clingly. freaks out whenevre i mention any other guy. shoot, i mentioned someone on the forums and he flipped. and it doesn't help that it takes me an hour to get to his house. and he doesn't drive. and he's two years younger. and we end up not talking to each other. and now he ends up telling me that it was his plan to see if i would ever talk to him on my own. not even considering that i'm busy with work all summer. claims he loves me. gosh, just like his last girlfriend. and the one before that. and before that.

i just really needed to actually get that written down somewhere. and i'm not sure i care if you think i'm a bitch or not.

i just figured that the pubs for getting out this kind of crap.




NiteStryker

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#2 14 years ago

Sounds like hes the bitch....

You wernt perfect in the situation but he was no gentlemen...




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#3 14 years ago

Was'up Girl,

It sounds like this YOUNGster, is taking you on a field trip. You sound like an intelligent girl, and have a heart of gold. You care too much for this junior and not yourself. Saying I love you at the age of 16, kinda sounds like, thanks mum for the lunch money I LUV U. Girl you need to move on and let go, if he doesn’t respect you now, he never will. Remember this, in life WOMEN are the BOSS. Just speck to my wife, (yes dear, no dear, yes I LOVE U 2 dear…haha) Take it easy in life girl; the world is full of surprises… Sometimes being a Bitch is a good thing, to get a message across.

PEACE DownUnder




NiteStryker

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#4 14 years ago

You cant 'love' someone at 16....at least in a real relationship...thats 2 young to kno what love is...




Μαjïç MushrøøM

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#5 14 years ago

Ahh, the emotional whirlwinds of the teenage period of homo sapien existence......lol nevermind.

Quite frankly, Dragon, it appears to me that this boy is putting too strenuous conditions on your relationship, and therefore it is very unstable (excuse me if I'm stating the obvious). I would explain to him exactly what the difficulties are for you, but at the same time, let him know how you genuinely feel about him. The bottom line is: be honest. if your differences are bound to tear you apart, then you are going to expel far more energy than is necessary and cause yourself (and him for that matter) much more stress just trying to apease him and keep the relationship lasting. Of course, if you are able to be honest with eachother and work out the difficulties, therefore remain a happy couple, then I encourage that above all. Tell him of the inconveniences that you are burdened with (such as your summer work, his lack of personal transport, etc), make him understand, but at the same time, do not bring it onto him in a venting fashion where you may end up putting him on the defensive, as if it is his fault.

However, as I said, if you truly do not wish to be together, or cannot yet come to a conclusion about such, then tell him so. Honesty will make things much more tolerable in the long run than fighting through a relationship.

And believe me, I do not think that you're a bitch. This is quite normal, rest assured. ;)




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#6 14 years ago
lulu feverWas'up Girl, It sounds like this YOUNGster, is taking you on a field trip. You sound like an intelligent girl, and have a heart of gold. You care too much for this junior and not yourself. Saying I love you at the age of 16, kinda sounds like, thanks mum for the lunch money I LUV U. Girl you need to move on and let go, if he doesn’t respect you now, he never will. Remember this, in life WOMEN are the BOSS. Just speck to my wife, (yes dear, no dear, yes I LOVE U 2 dear…haha) Take it easy in life girl; the world is full of surprises… Sometimes being a Bitch is a good thing, to get a message across. PEACE DownUnder

are you a girl too? EDIT:oh wait you have a wife




Master of Reality

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#7 14 years ago
NiteStrykerYou cant 'love' someone at 16....at least in a real relationship...thats 2 young to kno what love is...

exactly. kids think they know all about it and they think they know what they are doing, but they dont. hell, i remember my friend was going out with a girl when we were 14 and he was all 'i love you' and i just think that that is just a too powerful phrase to be using when you dont know what you are saying. at that/this age theyre all just 'flings' anyway.

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#8 14 years ago
mAsTeR.oF.rEaLiTyexactly. kids think they know all about it and they think they know what they are doing, but they dont. hell, i remember my friend was going out with a girl when we were 14 and he was all 'i love you' and i just think that that is just a too powerful phrase to be using when you dont know what you are saying. at that/this age theyre all just 'flings' anyway. ~

yep yep yep. same with my friend. i wanted to tell him to STFU:lol:




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#9 14 years ago

wait, wait... youre 18.. hes 16.... i'd say get someoone your age, anyways, he was the bitch here




El Hombre del Fuego

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#10 14 years ago

Uhh... I'd like to disagree with the whole 'too-young' arguement.

It is possible to love someone at any age, I know a girl who literally loves everyone, in the serious sense of the word. Well, platonically, she also literally does not know what sex is. (Parents purposely decided not to let her know)

However, I agree that I don't stand a chance in comprehending the whole emotion of love, I just know that I feel... wierd. You can call it infatuation, I call it...wierdness.