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Okay, by that question, I know you're probably thinking, "She's just a spoiled ***** who doesn't like it when she doesn't get her way." Nope, completely wrong. It's just, my boyfriend would do certain things that I really don't like, so I confront him about it. Like, this afternoon, I was really uncomfortable with him seeing his ex, so, I asked him nicely, "I really don't feel comfortable and I feel upset if you went and saw your ex, could you please not go?" and he said just said no and left. He would never do something for me even if I had a good reason. I could be crying, upset and he still would go do it. I feel very upset by this and I don't know what to do. Am I just being over dramatic and I should stop? I just feel like he is being selfish with things and doesn't think about the outcome or how I feel when he makes decisions alone.. I don't know what to do to make him think before he makes the decisions on his own and makes me really upset.
PizzaPaty4 PizzaPaty4 16-17, F 15 Answers Aug 1, 2013 in Romance & True Love

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Obviously he cares more for his ex than he does for your feelings. Kick him in the balls and dump him. Make it good hard kicks.

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You're basing everything you're saying on one event, it seems. <br />
That said, I agree, he should respect your feelings in this particular instance. <br />
Tell him what you need from him. If he's unwilling to make any concessions, then he isn't your man.

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Sounds like an immature jerk to me. You can't make him do anything. Time to decide if he is the right guy for you.

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Teen Guys:<br />
1] Generally Selfish / Self Centered / Controlling.<br />
2] Want into your pants, any girl's pants, yesterday.<br />
3] Will automatically agree with you to get what they want, then conveniently forget what you wanted.<br />
4] Immature and don't want to grow up, act properly, or be responsible.<br />
5] Find wishy washy girls like you to Play With, Use and Toss Away, because you won't admit that he's a loser asswipe!<br />
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Dump Him & Good Luck!

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You don't say how old your b/f is, and I don't want<br />
to sound like an old fart, but you at 16/17 are more<br />
mature than a guy around that age.<br />
I say that because with maturity is supposed to<br />
come understanding, and your b/f obviously doesn't<br />
understand what things make you upset, or he<br />
wouldn't do them, (I hope).<br />
Me I'm Gay and try to do everything my b/f asks<br />
me to, because he's such a special guy and really<br />
loves me. But sometimes I put things off. Like he<br />
asked me to clean the fan last week but it was today<br />
until I got around to taking it apart and doing it.<br />
Stuff like that always happens in relationships, but<br />
I hope your b/f will mature and realize some things<br />
he is doing are hurting you.

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While I haven't been in that situation, I have seen in it with a friend. <br />
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He is seeing you as a spare wheel. Enjoys being with you but appears to drop everything for the ex.<br />
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Not wanting to be blunt but... dump the chump. Wish you luck.

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Why bother putting up with it? Do you owe him money or something?

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What a *****. Sorry you have to deal with him. I would never treat a girl like that.

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He don't respect you. Don't make yourself his option when you make him your priority.... Get rid of him.

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leave him and get a new boyfriend

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