I really hate when I'm having a conversation with someone and they dominate the whole thing. They can express whatever they feel but when it comes to you they don't want to hear it and act uninterested. I was talking to my friend with benefits and he talked about how crappy his day went at work and all the other stuff going on. I listened and we shared some jokes and what-not, I had a couple small things on my mind (school & work) and I decided to discuss it, but everytime I would start off he would never let me finish and kept misjudging me. I didn't mind the constructive criticsim but I really wanted someone to listen to me for a minute, let me get it off my chest. It frustrated me how I couldn't talk freely like how I allowed him too and I told him I just wanted him to let me finish then he could express whatever he wanted. He got mad at me and told me to "go f#$k myself", it shocked me but I was more angered at how disrespectful he was so I told him "I already did, that's why I'm not with right now c%nt. I can please myself better, and to have a good night." He kept texting and calling but I just wanted to be left alone. Finally he said he didn't want to talk to me anymore because I was ignoring him. I was fine with it and told him okay see when I see you. Since then he keeps texting me dumb stuff about delete his number and how I hurt him by calling him a c%nt. I don't feel like I was wrong, I just wanted a fair opportunity to vent just like how I allowed him to.
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Sounds to me like he just wants to be the center of everyone's attention. Well, good for you for calling him a c*nt and telling him off. Just ignore him and as for venting about life, write it out in a journal and then when everything bothering you is on paper, don't read it and take it outside and burn it. It helps. :)1