I suggest that these factors are RED FLAGES. It is NOW time to exit the relationship. LEAVE before it's TOO LATE! It is obvious that he doesn't respect you.
I am sorry to hear of your relationship troubles , I am considered to be a senior , as such I could help in some words of wisdom , Grace has spoken the truth to you as well, but long ago I heard this saying, we teach people how to treat us, so allowing things to go on, is accepting future disappointments.
Example of a teacher and her class room , who is the teacher ? why is she in that position, who's class is it.
Do we tell the teacher how to do her Job, teach her class and grade by your standards
No! She or he is in charge of all these things
You are in charge of your self, you have standards , morals, responsibility to yourself first, if some one is degrading you and taking away your character as a good woman , a good friend, a good relative , and they are not working to build you up but tearing you down from inside out, then
you have a right to abandon anything that causes you harm mentally or physically.
Yes this may sound easy to do, but have you allowed your heart to look for an excuse to stay thinking they will change?
People can become a habit just as a cigarette, alcohol, narcotic or drug, to the point you just want that one person and you do not want to leave.
Then some people compromise and they are totally miserable. Until some one leaves.
There is a bible verse I found to be great advice and it speaks truth.
Lu 16:13 No servant can be a slave to two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will stick to the one and despise the other. You cannot be slaves to God and to Riches.”
The point to consider here is which one has he made you . The one of love ? or the one despised?
Really only you know, but you are in the drivers seat.
I hope the very best for you. But the last words I can say it is do it the right way , you already have done it your way. read the bible
It will help you protect your heart.
And find the right person next time.
by kirstenblog 6 years ago
Do you guys think it is ever possible for a relationship where one person tries to control the other using manipulation and/or threats can ever become a happy healthy one? Is it even possible?
by Paul Swendson 3 years ago
And if so, how?
by hulah cagen 5 years ago
What is emotional independence and does it help or hinder loving relationships?
by Iontach 6 years ago
What are your views on teachers dating students?I have to say I knew of a couple on incidents back in school...
by Sia 3 years ago
Currently at the point where i have been in many failed relationships after putting my all into them and getting cheated on, betrayed, lied to etc.I'm at the point of giving up. Is it me, my luck or the guys I know?Can anyone offer any advice on what i seem to be doing wrong?Thank you in advance.
by Sun-Girl 6 years ago
Why do class matters in relationships, the rich chooses among their class.
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