My boyfriend just got robbed at gunpoint in his apartment complex. The guys took his phone, iPad, ID, laptop, and car keys. Obviously he doesn't feel comfortable around there anymore and is moving his stuff into storage and living with me, which I am so happy about. He is dealing with all the emotions you would expect and i am there for him. He can get very angry at times and I just want to help him through this trying time. Today, I told the complex that they can keep his deposit, and told them that he will no longer be living here, and that I will pay any fee associated with him breaking his lease. Even though I am ecstatic and satisfied how this has turned out, I feel like a bad girlfriend for being happy about everything that has taken place. Am I wrong?
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If you are happy he got robbed then that is bad. If you are just happy that has lead to an opportunity for you then that is normal. People should be grateful for the good things in their lives.
Overall you sound normal, but it can be taken the wrong way. So it is best not to tell others. Imagine a guy you work with has a great position at the company, and you like him as a person. Then he dies and you get the position you always wanted.
You can be both saddened by his death and happy over your new job at the same time. That doesn't mean you are happy that he died. Your conflicting emotions are just confusing you.0