Is a guy who's been dating you for a year suppose to treat you like this? I don't know how to feel right now besides unwanted and hurt
Now let me ask the other women and men if this is how a normal boyfriend should treat his girlfriend?
What Guys Said 11
well he needs to be more polite. but it would be nice that if you know he likes to relax when he first gets home from work if you gave him time to do so0
I'm pretty sure they're not supposed to act like that at least I don't and I've been dating my girlfriend about the same time, and I don't treat her like that.4
Aside from his shit grammar, no... he's a selfish asshole.4
A year. You should be living together or married.
More importantly, you don't seem to be a good emotional fit.
I'd break up.1
An uncool dude0
LET THE GUY RELAX0
I would personally never say that to my girlfriend0
You needy a new boyfriend0
What Girls Said 14
Awe! I'm so sorry this is happening to you!
It sound like your boyfriend is pretty tired after work though. What does he do for a living?
When I lived with my ex, I would want to do mindless stuff when I got in the door. That meant I would lay on the couch and absorb my mind in facebookland. I know that sounds crazy, but my brain (due to my job) is on so many different tasks at any given time. It's nice to come home and just disengage. It's not that I don't like hearing about a persons day. But my ex would literally wear me down from telling me about his day. I'm an introvert, and he's very social and goes into all the details of his day. And talks about stuff that I really don't need to know about (ie. inside jokes with co-workers that I just wouldn't get, cuz I'm not there! or go through the entire detail of how he processes his work).
He would literally talk me down for 2 hours or more if I didn't disengage. He would get so upset that I wanted to just have a few minutes to myself.
noo? that's rude af. I'd bitch my boyfriend out for that, or break up with him so he doesn't have to deal with my neediness anymore4
Reply that all you're asking for is that he retake 'basic grammar for grade threes.1
I would not accept behavior like this from my boyfriend, he def could have phrased it better, but he doesn't care about your feelings.0
The way he put it was wrong.0
He doesn't care about you and you could do better than him0
No! I've been dating this guy who finishes working at 3am. We still talk after his work (if I'm still awake that is, haha)
This guy honestly sounds like a jerk0
Move on or give him the cold shoulder for a while and see how he reacts. He shouldn't be treating you like that.0
This is not a healthy relationship. Hellll nooo I would not put up with that bull shit0
He sounds like an asshole. That behaviour is not acceptable.0
That's not what you EVER say to a girl
My 15 year old crush knows not to say that. Actually, he enjoys when I bombard him with messages bc he knows Icare and he llovesloves to flirt in return.
Next time he says that say "you act full of your own importance yet you never see me bringing that one up."0
Nope. You already know that though.1
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