I don't usually use the word "whipped" because I don't like it but I can't come up with another expression here.
I spend last weekend with my boyfriend and his parents and the way his mother acted towards his father was just disrespectful. It was like she sometime she completely ignored him.
Like his mom, dad and sister picked us up from the airport. During the whole car ride his mom and sis didn't stop talking. They talked about his father but never to him it was almost as if he was the chauffeur.
And she talked about how much she liked the vampire diaries and her husband did too, but later my boyfriend told me his dad hated the books and read them only to avoid a fight. If that was a one time thing it'd be OK. But I don't think it was and if he doesn't want to do something, he shouldn't.
When I talked to my brother about this he said that was how women want men to be nowadays but that's not true, right?
Maybe it's just me but girls still like strong men, right girls?
I hope my boyfriend will never be like his dad
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I wouldn't be surprised if she cheats on him. That's just how girls are.
I can't speak on whether or not girls want their guys to be like that eventually (probably not when they're young), but I do think girls (all of them) will push their boyfriends/husbands (you know, the guys that care for them) as far as they can. If he doesn't put his foot up her ass at the get go, it's only going to get worse. It's the old "give an inch, and they'll take a mile" situation. It escalates from there. I'm not talking about a situation where you compromise either. I mean, where the guy just rolls over thinking it won't happen frequently.
I feel sorry for this guy, and I wouldn't wish that on any guy. Probably why guys die earlier. They're in a constant struggle in a relationship. This is the kind of guy that will die early, turn to drinking, or be the next Freddie Wilhite.0