Topic: Year-and-a-half relationship: Is this going anywhere?
Sep 24, Now, four and a half years later, I would say that Jesse is my life partner, as my infatuated one-night stand turned into a serious relationship. This topic contains 42 replies, has 1 vo. If this relationship is a year and a half long and he is talking about me like I'm expendable, I don't. Sep 16, 1. Bad habits are FAR from cute His 'cute' obsession with milk turns into the bane of your life. 'You didn't just drink the whole carton again?.
You made this relationship all about sex. You have no desire for higher commitment, such as marriage. There were lots of boundaries being crossed.
You both no longer get along, and everything is always an argument.
I'm ending a one year and a half relationship today. Any advice?
Both of you have conflicting views, values, morals, principals, and beliefs. You can't respect them nor acknowledge them, and everything about it leads to arguments anyway. You personally feel that your emotions and feelings no longer matter to them anymore. Both of you are highly immature and unhealthy.
You don't feel safe in the relationship.
One or both of you are abusive to each other. Specially verbally, emotionally, mentally, spiritually and psychologically. And there is plenty more to somewhat add to this list. But seriously think this through.
Sometimes if you need a break, take a break. But breakup with good intentions.
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You can't make the pain less for her. Breakups effect us as if somebody we know and loved died in front of us. It is trauma but psychologically, mentally and emotionally. My boyfriend and I have been together for a year and a half now. My parents really like him and all of my friends approve. Up until lately, I felt like we were on the same page.
We are both 28 years old he is turning 29 in three weeks. He had a really long relationship during his early to mid twenties that ended badly, and then dated casually for about a year before we met.
We met online and hit it off immediately. My boyfriend is an entrepreneur and he will probably relocate his business within a year. I am also in my final semester at graduate school and trying to finalize my job plans.
I sort of freaked out over that comment and at some point later in the conversation, I asked him whether he would be ok being in a long distance relationship since he wants me to have my best options without him being a crutch.
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How can he tell me not to plan around him and then say that he might not want to be in a long distance relationship, if even for a year. I realize that this was a really terrible experience for him and impacts his current views. I want to get married in a few years.
I am an attractive woman who has always had options, so I would rather start over now than feel devastated one year from now.
It ended with him saying that he loves me and that I mean a lot to him. But this conversation was extremely disheartening because I can see myself marrying him and though that we were on that track. I am on his side. He made a lot of sense to me. You too were only dating. You did his job to plan. He had bad experience and I also understand where you both come from. You should put yourself first.
How does that make any sense? It is irrelevant whether his loves you or not. As a matter of fact, men can leave women they love for better career. Please do think ahead of the relationship — if you are looking to marriage — state so next time to the new guy. Many women learned the hard way because they think love conquers many things. February 21, at 1: I take that as face value. Most men would not be happy about women guiding where he should be with her.
I prefer men take charge — then I express my opinion. He is not established. Why would he be?