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You are such a control freak. You can't run me. If you think you are going to talk to me any kind of way you are mistaken. You don't have to worry about me ever coming back to your house again.
The New & Improved Say It I Dare You-imageuploadedbycurltalk1378960442.494195.jpg so this happened yesterday. I posted it on my FB
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I feel like I just walked into one of those abandoned towns in old west movies. Pretty sure a tumbleweed just rolled across the screen.

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Other than that, how are you liking Taiwan?
Can you share a bit of your experience?


Attachment 38567 so this happened yesterday. I posted it on my FB
Originally Posted by gagirl09
Life shrinks or expands according to one's courage. Anais Nin
I feel like I just walked into one of those abandoned towns in old west movies. Pretty sure a tumbleweed just rolled across the screen.

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Originally Posted by Keenylicious
I miss the good ole days of 4a. We had the most fun anywhere on the Internet.
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Could you guys help me with relationship advice?

I have asked many friends, and I know no one can ever give me a direct answer since this is my life, but I feel since some of my friends know my BoyFr. it makes them a bit bias. Even though, you guys might be a bit bias too since you will only know what I tell you, but I am asking for help anyway lol.

So, I am 22 years old. Been dating my bf since I was 18. 4 years in Nov. I love him, I really do. He's sweet and a very good person-genuinely. But we have also had our problems (like any rel'ship). He has a lot of financial issues, he tends to lie a lot (little white lies, but they end up making large issues). I have an anger issue, so then we get in a fight and it becomes this blown up dramatic mess. I have given him many chances to change, but it always fails. I am trying to change so I can be more communicative with him so little things don't blow up. However, I don't feel like he has pushed up his part. My perception of our rel'ship is me putting at least 75% and him only 25%. I don't feel we have good equity either. I have spoken to him numerous times about this, but I don't feel like anything is going to change. I think it will for a little, but go straight back to the same.

I am going to be straight up honest: I feel like a 70 year old woman, who is married. It sucks. I am a senior in college, I want to have fun. Going out to dinner and then coming home at 7 o'clock isn't fun. I want to go to the club, bars, and other social events to meet people and be social. Watching TV every night isn't my idea of fun. I need higher stimulation. He's content with just laying on the couch and doing nothing, I AM NOT. I AM YOUNG. I don't want to be 60 years old and look back at my life and think: "I should have done this or that." I want to look back at my life and think I lived with NO regrets. Some of my friends are already married or having kids- I don't want to settle down. I don't want that for myself. I am not done with my education and I want to have fun while I go on with my schooling, working, and interning. If you work hard, I think one deserves to play hard as well (at least that is my philosophy, if you don't agree that is totally fine with me).

Did I tell you, my bf has no goals. He wants to be this or that, but doesn't do anything to achieve it. I have been in college since I got out of H.S, and I know college isn't for everyone, but he is always complaining about his life and how he wants something bigger. He went to Comm. College for a little, but he is not an in-depth student- barely showed up for class, never studied. He treated it like high school. But here I am, where I am very college oriented, always studying and trying to get far. I feel like he is in limbo. He is in a lot of debt for a 22 y/o. I feel bad and have been trying to help him, but what about me? I know that sounds selfish, but I don't know if I can do it anymore. But the thought of not having him in my life makes me want to cry. I love him, but I am not in love with him. I know, very cliche, but I don't know how else to explain it.

I want to date people. I want to get a bad date, a good date. I want to feel wanted. I don't feel like that anymore. I want to flirt. I want to feel like someone else thinks I am at least attractive. When I am around my boyfriend, my self-concept is very low. Now, I don't mean he says things to make me feel that way. He just doesn't increase my self-concept. I don't feel sexy around him. I feel frumpy and old quite frankly. I go to an all women's college so my prospect for males is zero, unless I can find the select few males in the grad program. But I want to to go out and meet people. I am not trying to find a husband, I am trying to have fun. I don't know, as you can read, I am extremely lost. I sound like a naive little girl with this dumb post, but I figured why not ask people who are a complete third party. So please, I ask all you curl/wavy girls to be honest with me and give me your advice. I am MORE than appreciative to hear it.

Also, if you have any other questions in regards to the dynamics of our relationship, feel free to ask.

Thank you.
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Could you guys help me with relationship advice?

I have asked many friends, and I know no one can ever give me a direct answer since this is my life, but I feel since some of my friends know my BoyFr. it makes them a bit bias. Even though, you guys might be a bit bias too since you will only know what I tell you, but I am asking for help anyway lol.

So, I am 22 years old. Been dating my bf since I was 18. 4 years in Nov. I love him, I really do. He's sweet and a very good person-genuinely. But we have also had our problems (like any rel'ship). He has a lot of financial issues, he tends to lie a lot (little white lies, but they end up making large issues). I have an anger issue, so then we get in a fight and it becomes this blown up dramatic mess. I have given him many chances to change, but it always fails. I am trying to change so I can be more communicative with him so little things don't blow up. However, I don't feel like he has pushed up his part. My perception of our rel'ship is me putting at least 75% and him only 25%. I don't feel we have good equity either. I have spoken to him numerous times about this, but I don't feel like anything is going to change. I think it will for a little, but go straight back to the same.

I am going to be straight up honest: I feel like a 70 year old woman, who is married. It sucks. I am a senior in college, I want to have fun. Going out to dinner and then coming home at 7 o'clock isn't fun. I want to go to the club, bars, and other social events to meet people and be social. Watching TV every night isn't my idea of fun. I need higher stimulation. He's content with just laying on the couch and doing nothing, I AM NOT. I AM YOUNG. I don't want to be 60 years old and look back at my life and think: "I should have done this or that." I want to look back at my life and think I lived with NO regrets. Some of my friends are already married or having kids- I don't want to settle down. I don't want that for myself. I am not done with my education and I want to have fun while I go on with my schooling, working, and interning. If you work hard, I think one deserves to play hard as well (at least that is my philosophy, if you don't agree that is totally fine with me).

Did I tell you, my bf has no goals. He wants to be this or that, but doesn't do anything to achieve it. I have been in college since I got out of H.S, and I know college isn't for everyone, but he is always complaining about his life and how he wants something bigger. He went to Comm. College for a little, but he is not an in-depth student- barely showed up for class, never studied. He treated it like high school. But here I am, where I am very college oriented, always studying and trying to get far. I feel like he is in limbo. He is in a lot of debt for a 22 y/o. I feel bad and have been trying to help him, but what about me? I know that sounds selfish, but I don't know if I can do it anymore. But the thought of not having him in my life makes me want to cry. I love him, but I am not in love with him. I know, very cliche, but I don't know how else to explain it.

I want to date people. I want to get a bad date, a good date. I want to feel wanted. I don't feel like that anymore. I want to flirt. I want to feel like someone else thinks I am at least attractive. When I am around my boyfriend, my self-concept is very low. Now, I don't mean he says things to make me feel that way. He just doesn't increase my self-concept. I don't feel sexy around him. I feel frumpy and old quite frankly. I go to an all women's college so my prospect for males is zero, unless I can find the select few males in the grad program. But I want to to go out and meet people. I am not trying to find a husband, I am trying to have fun. I don't know, as you can read, I am extremely lost. I sound like a naive little girl with this dumb post, but I figured why not ask people who are a complete third party. So please, I ask all you curl/wavy girls to be honest with me and give me your advice. I am MORE than appreciative to hear it.

Also, if you have any other questions in regards to the dynamics of our relationship, feel free to ask.

Thank you.
Originally Posted by Samanthascurlz
From what you've written, you seem like you're unhappy and ready to move on. I can't tell you what to do but being there before I can say I wish I had listened to my feelings and did what I truly wanted to do a lot earlier. It would have saved me and him a lot of unnecessary stress. I would suggest taking some time to figure out what you want from life and your situation and making a decision best for yourself.

From what you've written, you seem like you're unhappy and ready to move on. I can't tell you what to do but being there before I can say I wish I had listened to my feelings and did what I truly wanted to do a lot earlier. It would have saved me and him a lot of unnecessary stress. I would suggest taking some time to figure out what you want from life and your situation and making a decision best for yourself.
Originally Posted by kairo1821
You are right. It is definitely not easy. I guess part of me worries I will miss him so much. Yet, if I am not willing to continue, but stay with him, I don't want to add stress on him and he begins to have learned helplessness- this constant feeling of failing. It is not right. But I think you are right, I need to figure out what I want from life. Thank you so much! You don't know how much this is helping me.
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Could you guys help me with relationship advice?

I have asked many friends, and I know no one can ever give me a direct answer since this is my life, but I feel since some of my friends know my BoyFr. it makes them a bit bias. Even though, you guys might be a bit bias too since you will only know what I tell you, but I am asking for help anyway lol.

So, I am 22 years old. Been dating my bf since I was 18. 4 years in Nov. I love him, I really do. He's sweet and a very good person-genuinely. But we have also had our problems (like any rel'ship). He has a lot of financial issues, he tends to lie a lot (little white lies, but they end up making large issues). I have an anger issue, so then we get in a fight and it becomes this blown up dramatic mess. I have given him many chances to change, but it always fails. I am trying to change so I can be more communicative with him so little things don't blow up. However, I don't feel like he has pushed up his part. My perception of our rel'ship is me putting at least 75% and him only 25%. I don't feel we have good equity either. I have spoken to him numerous times about this, but I don't feel like anything is going to change. I think it will for a little, but go straight back to the same.

I am going to be straight up honest: I feel like a 70 year old woman, who is married. It sucks. I am a senior in college, I want to have fun. Going out to dinner and then coming home at 7 o'clock isn't fun. I want to go to the club, bars, and other social events to meet people and be social. Watching TV every night isn't my idea of fun. I need higher stimulation. He's content with just laying on the couch and doing nothing, I AM NOT. I AM YOUNG. I don't want to be 60 years old and look back at my life and think: "I should have done this or that." I want to look back at my life and think I lived with NO regrets. Some of my friends are already married or having kids- I don't want to settle down. I don't want that for myself. I am not done with my education and I want to have fun while I go on with my schooling, working, and interning. If you work hard, I think one deserves to play hard as well (at least that is my philosophy, if you don't agree that is totally fine with me).

Did I tell you, my bf has no goals. He wants to be this or that, but doesn't do anything to achieve it. I have been in college since I got out of H.S, and I know college isn't for everyone, but he is always complaining about his life and how he wants something bigger. He went to Comm. College for a little, but he is not an in-depth student- barely showed up for class, never studied. He treated it like high school. But here I am, where I am very college oriented, always studying and trying to get far. I feel like he is in limbo. He is in a lot of debt for a 22 y/o. I feel bad and have been trying to help him, but what about me? I know that sounds selfish, but I don't know if I can do it anymore. But the thought of not having him in my life makes me want to cry. I love him, but I am not in love with him. I know, very cliche, but I don't know how else to explain it.

I want to date people. I want to get a bad date, a good date. I want to feel wanted. I don't feel like that anymore. I want to flirt. I want to feel like someone else thinks I am at least attractive. When I am around my boyfriend, my self-concept is very low. Now, I don't mean he says things to make me feel that way. He just doesn't increase my self-concept. I don't feel sexy around him. I feel frumpy and old quite frankly. I go to an all women's college so my prospect for males is zero, unless I can find the select few males in the grad program. But I want to to go out and meet people. I am not trying to find a husband, I am trying to have fun. I don't know, as you can read, I am extremely lost. I sound like a naive little girl with this dumb post, but I figured why not ask people who are a complete third party. So please, I ask all you curl/wavy girls to be honest with me and give me your advice. I am MORE than appreciative to hear it.

Also, if you have any other questions in regards to the dynamics of our relationship, feel free to ask.

Thank you.
Originally Posted by Samanthascurlz
702 - Gotta Leave - YouTube

But take what I say with a grain of salt because I have never been in a relationship. However it sounds like it's time to G-O.
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Hey Samantha. You and I have done a lot of "talking" at this site, both in threads and behind the scenes. My sense is that you are a very strong, talented person with a lot of ambition and passion.

Unfortunately I think a Hell of a lot of us have been with people who just don't edify or inspire us. You aren't alone. Here is the main message I "heard" in what you just wrote:

"I know I need to end this relationship, but I'm scared."

But just for clarity that it's what you really want, I have a question for you: Pretend you're older and you have a daughter who is looking to you for advice. She tells you she's really ambitious and knows that she's missing out on learning about other people because of a r-ship she's in. She tells you she wants to date others instead of living a coupled life of quiet desperation. She's sick of the fights and trying hard to change the guy. She tells you she's basically bored and no longer in love him, although she loves him. Your daughter is upset that he lacks her ambition and that he is content to live his life on the couch; that he has a tenuous r-ship with the truth. Mostly, your daughter tells you she wants to strike out and learn about other people, including dating others ... Would you tell your daughter that she should continue her life with that man? What would you tell her?

If you're worried that you'll be plagued by guilt or will somehow be the villain for leaving him, let me assure you: guilt is something any normal person would feel for ending a long r-ship. That's normal. And you'll work through it, if that's your choice.

As far as you being a villain, think of the r-ship as a business deal: You put 75% of your effort into it while he contributed 25%. No one is a villain, but it's not a good investment for you. You're cheating both of you if you stay in an unhappy partnership. No one (including this guy) deserves to be with someone who is ambivalent about him and wants him to change. That's not fair to either of you. If you need to feel guilt, feel guilt about staying for the wrong reasons. Will he be hurt? We both know the answer to that. But imagine how much more hurt he will be in another year, when you all but hate him and you (still) end up leaving him.

If it helps, and your school has cheap counseling, I'd sign up for a few sessions of that so you have someone there as you do this. Or maybe you just need to get it over with now, by yourself. I have faith that you'll figure this thing out.
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Sorry, forgot to add some thoughts about your friends: They probably mean well, but even if they were all his best friends from childhood, they don't come home to him every day. They don't have the privilege of knowing every quirky, ass-end realm of him.

If/when you free yourself from this r-ship, I would just ask them to be there for you as a source of emotional support.
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Your advice still means a lot. I spoke to him all about it yesterday, it felt good to release how i felt. I still want to look at all my options. I am definitely watching that vid. Thank you!

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Could you guys help me with relationship advice?

I have asked many friends, and I know no one can ever give me a direct answer since this is my life, but I feel since some of my friends know my BoyFr. it makes them a bit bias. Even though, you guys might be a bit bias too since you will only know what I tell you, but I am asking for help anyway lol.

So, I am 22 years old. Been dating my bf since I was 18. 4 years in Nov. I love him, I really do. He's sweet and a very good person-genuinely. But we have also had our problems (like any rel'ship). He has a lot of financial issues, he tends to lie a lot (little white lies, but they end up making large issues). I have an anger issue, so then we get in a fight and it becomes this blown up dramatic mess. I have given him many chances to change, but it always fails. I am trying to change so I can be more communicative with him so little things don't blow up. However, I don't feel like he has pushed up his part. My perception of our rel'ship is me putting at least 75% and him only 25%. I don't feel we have good equity either. I have spoken to him numerous times about this, but I don't feel like anything is going to change. I think it will for a little, but go straight back to the same.

I am going to be straight up honest: I feel like a 70 year old woman, who is married. It sucks. I am a senior in college, I want to have fun. Going out to dinner and then coming home at 7 o'clock isn't fun. I want to go to the club, bars, and other social events to meet people and be social. Watching TV every night isn't my idea of fun. I need higher stimulation. He's content with just laying on the couch and doing nothing, I AM NOT. I AM YOUNG. I don't want to be 60 years old and look back at my life and think: "I should have done this or that." I want to look back at my life and think I lived with NO regrets. Some of my friends are already married or having kids- I don't want to settle down. I don't want that for myself. I am not done with my education and I want to have fun while I go on with my schooling, working, and interning. If you work hard, I think one deserves to play hard as well (at least that is my philosophy, if you don't agree that is totally fine with me).

Did I tell you, my bf has no goals. He wants to be this or that, but doesn't do anything to achieve it. I have been in college since I got out of H.S, and I know college isn't for everyone, but he is always complaining about his life and how he wants something bigger. He went to Comm. College for a little, but he is not an in-depth student- barely showed up for class, never studied. He treated it like high school. But here I am, where I am very college oriented, always studying and trying to get far. I feel like he is in limbo. He is in a lot of debt for a 22 y/o. I feel bad and have been trying to help him, but what about me? I know that sounds selfish, but I don't know if I can do it anymore. But the thought of not having him in my life makes me want to cry. I love him, but I am not in love with him. I know, very cliche, but I don't know how else to explain it.

I want to date people. I want to get a bad date, a good date. I want to feel wanted. I don't feel like that anymore. I want to flirt. I want to feel like someone else thinks I am at least attractive. When I am around my boyfriend, my self-concept is very low. Now, I don't mean he says things to make me feel that way. He just doesn't increase my self-concept. I don't feel sexy around him. I feel frumpy and old quite frankly. I go to an all women's college so my prospect for males is zero, unless I can find the select few males in the grad program. But I want to to go out and meet people. I am not trying to find a husband, I am trying to have fun. I don't know, as you can read, I am extremely lost. I sound like a naive little girl with this dumb post, but I figured why not ask people who are a complete third party. So please, I ask all you curl/wavy girls to be honest with me and give me your advice. I am MORE than appreciative to hear it.

Also, if you have any other questions in regards to the dynamics of our relationship, feel free to ask.

Thank you.
Originally Posted by Samanthascurlz
702 - Gotta Leave - YouTube

But take what I say with a grain of salt because I have never been in a relationship. However it sounds like it's time to G-O.
Originally Posted by gagirl09
the song was definitely appropriate. haha
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Hey Samantha. You and I have done a lot of "talking" at this site, both in threads and behind the scenes. My sense is that you are a very strong, talented person with a lot of ambition and passion.

Unfortunately I think a Hell of a lot of us have been with people who just don't edify or inspire us. You aren't alone. Here is the main message I "heard" in what you just wrote:

"I know I need to end this relationship, but I'm scared."

But just for clarity that it's what you really want, I have a question for you: Pretend you're older and you have a daughter who is looking to you for advice. She tells you she's really ambitious and knows that she's missing out on learning about other people because of a r-ship she's in. She tells you she wants to date others instead of living a coupled life of quiet desperation. She's sick of the fights and trying hard to change the guy. She tells you she's basically bored and no longer in love him, although she loves him. Your daughter is upset that he lacks her ambition and that he is content to live his life on the couch; that he has a tenuous r-ship with the truth. Mostly, your daughter tells you she wants to strike out and learn about other people, including dating others ... Would you tell your daughter that she should continue her life with that man? What would you tell her?

If you're worried that you'll be plagued by guilt or will somehow be the villain for leaving him, let me assure you: guilt is something any normal person would feel for ending a long r-ship. That's normal. And you'll work through it, if that's your choice.

As far as you being a villain, think of the r-ship as a business deal: You put 75% of your effort into it while he contributed 25%. No one is a villain, but it's not a good investment for you. You're cheating both of you if you stay in an unhappy partnership. No one (including this guy) deserves to be with someone who is ambivalent about him and wants him to change. That's not fair to either of you. If you need to feel guilt, feel guilt about staying for the wrong reasons. Will he be hurt? We both know the answer to that. But imagine how much more hurt he will be in another year, when you all but hate him and you (still) end up leaving him.

If it helps, and your school has cheap counseling, I'd sign up for a few sessions of that so you have someone there as you do this. Or maybe you just need to get it over with now, by yourself. I have faith that you'll figure this thing out.
Originally Posted by Korkscrew
I really appreciate your perspective. Putting it in another's person's POV was very interesting and is helping me give this whole rel'ship more thorough thoughts. Thank you for being so encouraging. I respect your opinion a lot!

Ok, yesterday I spoke with my bf. I let out all I felt. It felt good. I didn't break up with him, but I did tell him how I have been feeling lately. He said he wants to try harder with making 'date nights.' He claims this will give more value to the rel'ship and provide that first date feeling. Now, I agree on some aspects of that, yet I still am curious about if I am just settling still. We spoke about being just friends, but we know it wouldn't be ideal for we will pursue other rel'ships and I don't want to know if he has someone. Yes, it's jealousy. But, I don't want him unhappy with me either. See I am still confused and can't even get my words right.

Using your example, I would tell my daughter to leave. I would tell her to experience this world and take in the other dynamics. I wouldn't want her to live in this small bubble she is possibly stuck in. However, my issue is I still love my boyfriend. I look at him and I feel that love. But, other than the love, I feel stuck at the same time. Why can't my feelings be more direct?

Also, here is another example of how sometimes I feel stuck and obligated in my r-ship. Today I have class until 12. I am a commuter and I work and intern so gas is a very high priority (as it is for anyone). My bf doesn't have much gas and just got laid off. He needs me to drive a few towns away with him to apply for this job that is 95% guaranteed. This is what I mean. Call me lazy, but I have to use my gas and go all across town so he can apply for a job. I know he won't compensate for my gas when he gets his last pay check on thursday. I know I should have more empathy, compassion, and sympathy, but I have my own things to deal with and I don't have time driving all around so he can apply for jobs. BUT, I am going to do it anyway. So this is a minute example of the frustrations I deal with. I am sooo sorry this is jumbled, but my thought process is all over the place. I am trying to tie in what you said to what I am currently feeling. I am still lost and don't know if breaking up with my bf is the full correct decision.

Also, (haha sorry again), his family pisses me off A LOT. Now I know I don't date his fam, but fam is a HUGE factor in r-ships. Whenever I go over my bf's house (which is almost everyday), no one in his family asks how I am. They all go on and on and on and on about themselves. They don't understand why I haven't finished school yet, even though I have been doing it since I got out of H.S. And they don't understand the rigorous program/stress I handle with my education. Simply put, they never ask me any questions so I can explain my plans in life. It's like they don't really care about my choices. I know I am not blood, but I am dating their blood, so don't they want to know about me too? I mean, damn, we have been dating for almost 4 years. They make me feel like I am nothing- just a lazy bum. I told my bf, but he says to ignore them. WTF? Really?

So this turned out to be a sort of venting sesh as well. haha But this is what I am currently feeling. Overall, thank you Korkscrew and I am going to evaluate more deeply what you said and continue figuring out my decisions.
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Well, I wrote a huge document but decided to ditch it. Let's just say I get the distinct sense you are in the middle of a life lesson called, "Sometimes love is just not enough". I hope that lesson doesn't continue through the decades with this guy, as it so often does for so many women. Too often: The longer you stay with the wrong person, the more invested you become and the harder it is to move on, despite diminishing returns.

I TRULY wish you all the best, even though this may all come off as negative, or preachy. I just understand how powerful certain feelings can get, and how following them, despite what's best, can lead to a complete dead end and a lot of regret.
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No you aren't preaching at all. I like how you are being direct, that is what I need! That is my fear: staying so long that I feel stuck. Once again, thank you its good to get advice from a third party.

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Sometimes I wonder where I lost myself.....I changed myself for you and idk why. I am so different from who I was that I don't even know who I am anymore. And now you're gone and I'm left trying to find where I left me and put myself back together.


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Wow. Haunting words and you were such a cute baby (assuming that was you)!
Originally Posted by Korkscrew
Yea definitely something I'm going through right now. and no that's my son, everybody thinks he is a little girl lol
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