The relationship you are referring to isn’t the one that has me sad. It is clear he wasn’t for me. If he can’t accept that people make mistakes and that there will be problems then I don’t want to live with someone like that.
Anita, what we argued about was an outfit. That’s what made him so angry. I felt I was overdressed for an occasion. Seriously…we argued about a skirt.
No Ralph, I feel deeply saddened by someone else, someone who I sincerely thought was the person for me. Who quite suddenly felt we didn’t have enough in common.
Thanks for responding. In that relationship, about nine months in, we had our first disagreement. He got upset at me and when we spoke about it, he just kept repeating over and over the thing I did that he considered to be bad. I apologized, and he’d just state it all over again. I felt like he was talking to a kid. He also refused to acknowledge any wrong doing on his part. He was incapable of saying sorry. I realized I couldn’t be with someone who was never going to be willing to admit when they were wrong.
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