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BF FORBIDS ME TO GO ON A BIRTHDAY PARTY

BF FORBIDS ME TO GO ON A BIRTHDAY PARTY

i asked for his permission ahead of time and still have the audacity to make me look bad and guilty. what do i tell him, i really wanna go. he's been giving me choices , like doing something for him in return in which i would happily accept but still won't give me the confirmation. no he has the right to give the cold shoulder? what in the world is this
Ria Relationships June 13, 2024 at 3:53 am 0
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Well I think I would need more information to comment but obviously if he is a man who is like husband material then if he was your husband technically he owns you and you own him. So he has every right to forbid you and you may go if you want a divorce otherwise you shouldn't go. I don't know what kind of party this is are there like girls getting fucked? Getting drunk? Women getting drunk is highly unattractive to men so I don't blame him if he wants you away from the riff raff
anonymous 1 month ago
get used to thiis control system...the coming of the End Times and the Supreme Leader Trump ushers in a new standard where women and kids and farm animals and pets and all other countries will all do as told to prove their loyalty to the tsarist cause or be cooked up in a pot. this is the new freedom. yay
eric, jr 1 month ago
Right in the first sentence, 'i asked for his permission' is where your problem starts.

You are an adult, you do not require his permission, I remember saying this to my partner many years ago, I do not require your permission or consent to make my own choices, I discuss things with you and make decisions accordingly, out of (and here is the word you need to focus on) respect, for you and our relationship, but never misunderstand me, I will do whatever I like (I do not mean in any negative abusive type of way I mean in a, I am an individual and I will make my own choices) and if I want to see my friends, I will see them, if I want a burger, I will have one etc etc. of course I always discuss things that would have an effect on both of us and if I feel the effect would be overly negative or plain silly, I will refrain.

Stop being frightened of yourself and your partner, relationships only grow strong and meaningful on trust and respect, not fear and control, which ultimately turns into resent and hatred.
Aagiee 1 month ago
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