Sit in front of him n ********** he'll soon b sayin sorry huni7!
Hmmm...."Grow up" i think is a bit harsh..Even so-called 'grown-ups' have similar struggles..To me he sounds too inconsiderate..You sound balanced and fair.<br />
I think its time for an upgrade..<br />
I know its tough to move on,.but in the long run,.you will be way better for it.<br />
You deserve better and there is better out there..So take the chance and free yourself from this manipulator that is unpredictable and selfish.
Too long didn't read. Just talk to him.
and the question....was?
dont give in...you got the ***** , you got the control thats the way it is , learn how to use it....
Why don't you want to "give in". An important thing in a relationship is mutual generosity. Sometimes you have to be the one to "give in" and take a hit to your pride and try to make things better. Like you said, he had a lot of things on his mind. You don't know what he is going through. Unlike other people telling you to "leave him" and that you deserve better, I don't think you should do that. They have no idea the perspective of the other person. Don't be so rash in your decisions. Think it over :]
Write him a letter, set your feelings on paper. Explain how you think about the situation, explain what he did wrong from your point of view. But don't be too harsh on him, otherwise he might leave you. Make sure you want to come to an understanding.<br />
Believe me, writing a letter is in such a case far better than talking in person. When talking in person, it constantly changes who's talking and therefor you can't make your point clear without being interrupted by him. By writing a letter, it's just you talking and him reading and he can make up his mind afterwards instead of inbetween.
you just need to give in and not to be soo hard girl..................go on just talk to him, it's not a game it's a relationship!!
Grow up. That is what you should do. Grow up and move on.