Okay , we were taking a walk on the beach and this guy from the college who teases me always happens to be there with his friends. I keep ignoring him all time , but this time he passed really bad comments about my mom and I told him to be in his limits. He still won't stop, so we had a heated argument which hurt his ego and he started the fight. My girlfriend was bit scared but she still tried to interfere , but he was too big for her to stop. I tried my best but I lost so bad that I was unable to even move while lying on the ground. when he left , she started crying and comforted me and after a while , I could move. She helped me get up and dusted me off and took me home to her mom. I feel too embarrassed and like ending my life. The way she is treating me since , she has become everything I have. I have heard that GFs be nice for a while and eventually leave us and I can't see that happen. Girls , would u leave your boyfriend if you both were in my place? And can I get some advice about how to handle this?
- Would you leave your boyfriend he lost such fight?Vote A
- Would you find him less appealing than before?Vote B
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This is definitely a potential bonding experience and certainly a test to your relationship to see just how strong your bond is. Do not be ashamed. Not everyone is a natural fighter so if you have not been trained, the situation like yours is typically what's going to happen. Nothing to be ashamed about. Even the greatest fighters took a loss at some point and time. There is so much more life for you to enjoy and experience! Don't feel like ending it over some guy who probably has a little d*ck which is why he feels the need to try and pick on you. Guys like him end up being 80 with no wife and no grandchildren who love them enough to wipe their ass and help them when their body has given up.
Really and truly, you shouldn't be getting into physical fights at your age anyway unless you absolutely have no choice and have to defend yourself. Because at this point, you're toying with your future and risking scarring your record over something you won't even care about 10 years from now. With that said, if physical fighting is not your expertise, then master fighting in other ways... legally, for example. File harassment against him and press charges for the assault. It sounds like you had witnesses, yes? Teach him that he can't just get away with being an antagonistic jerk.4
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