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  1. If this is an issue for you, you know exactly what to do. He's let you know he's not going to stop, and you find this to be an issue, so you are clearly incompatible with one another. If you don't want your feelings hurt, stop sticking around to have them hurt. Take control of your life.

  2. Dude, first of all pride isn't a wholely good thing. Having pride in your girlfriend's accomplishments= good thing. Being so prideful that you can't stand for her to cover a meal= small and not cool. That's not pride, that's insecurity.

    The night should've been about your girlfriend and her accomplishments, and instead you made it about you and how much money you do or don't have. If I were her, I would've been massively embarrassed by your behavior.

    Also, this really really gives the impression of sexist motivations, as if you can have your girlfriend cover you because you're a man and men pay for things. Idk if that's the actual case, but that's how it looks, and if I were your girlfriend I would be pissed and insulted on that alone.

    For this singular instance I wouldn't dump you, but if you made it a consistent issue in the relationship it would get old FAST. Where does it stop? If you and your gf move in together, if she makes more money than you, are you going to say “sorry babe, I know you could afford to online in a nice home, but I can't so we most both live! in a shitty one bedroom apartment.” Or “sorry babe, I know you can afford to drive a nice reliable car, but all I've got the pennies for is a clunker, so we have to drive in that because I can't have you, a woman, paying for things.”

    Again, this is shitty and lame and screams insecurity, not “pride.”

    Get over yourself and please apologize to your gf.

  3. That's Lily Allen's song! “There's just one thing That's getting in the way When we go up to bed You're just no good It's such a shame…”

  4. Yeah but she's the only one who cares if the floor is clean so the vacuum is a gift for her.

    Perhaps a bouquet of new dish sponges would be better, since she's probably the only one that cares if those are clean too.

    I hope she gives OP a stack of cinder blocks for his birthday. He can use them as a TV stand in his new studio apartment.

  5. Not when your partner asks about your lack of sex drive, unless you’re suggesting it’s better to lie, in which case I’ll disagree out of principle

  6. Well that’s not true he didn’t tell me that he thinks I’ve had sex in my previous relationships. We just talked about them and I’m assuming he thinks that since I dated before that I had sex

  7. I think it would help to face up to the fact that you started emotionally cheating on your ex, the minute you started sharing your relationship woes with your all-too-sympathetic “friend” at work. She was your willing partner and co-conspirator, sharing all her reasons for dissatisfaction with her then-BF. You say that you didn't break up with your ex specifically to date your current GF, but you were certainly more motivated and prepared to leave your ex because you had already glommed onto another woman as your primary emotional support.

    Now that your GF has moved into a mostly-male work environment and has a new special “friend” at work, and remembering how willingly she engaged in an emotional affair with you, I can understand why you would worry that the past will repeat itself the moment your relationship hits a rough patch, or even starts to lose its Shiny New Love shimmer. A relationship won't last very long if you can't trust your partner, and since your relationship with her started as a breaking of trust with your previous partners, of course it makes it harder to give her your full trust now even though you haven't seen any major red flags…yet.

    About the only advice I can give you is to be honest with her about how you are feeling, and ask her to get into couples counseling with you. You don't have to suffer for the rest of your life because you cheated on your ex, but you do need to acknowledge that reality, and recognize how it increases your sense of insecurity about your current GF. With the help of a skilled therapist, I think you may be able to build back trust in her, and she in you. I wish you well.

  8. In that case you coming would have the whiff of ulterior motive (trying to get back with her), so don't go.


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