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MZMARQUEZ
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9/11/07 11:09 P

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If he doesn't work, he acts childish, he annoys you and you feel he is "too" obsessed, it's not a healthy relationship. An occasional arguement is normal but there needs to be mutual respect. You both need to be moving toward a common goal. Pray about it. But you know already it isn't right. I understand wanting to double check because sometimes we try to convince ourselves that maybe we are wrong, that maybe this is normal and maybe we should stick it out and it will get better but if he has been out of work for a month and a half and he still has the nerve to keep you from watching "his" TV, and is rude to the point that your mother needs to talk to him? Uh-uh. Get rid of him.

Edited by: MZMARQUEZ at: 9/11/2007 (23:10)


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9/7/07 3:04 P

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Hi! I see you are in a dilemna, but it seems like you already know what you want to do. You do not need anyone to validate it for you. You seem to a clear thinking individual, so go with your heart. Do not base any decisions on fear. Let your spirit lead you!


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9/4/07 11:31 A

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My BF acted a fool yesterday. He secluded himself in the room while I had some of my immediate family members and friend of the family. He later told me that he thinks that my family is against him and my my TEENAGE brother and sister (15 and 14) were having attitude with him. So of course, he overreacted. He overreacted soo much that he literally took his tv from the living while me and Me'lea were watching it and held in the room. My brother and sister was so confused and upset that they called my mother who later had a talk with my bf about her kids.

Of course, he apologize but I felt like it should of never escalated like that in the first place. If you mess with one of us, then you mess with all of us. Now, I did sit with him and talked about the situation but I felt like it was pointless and he needed to grow up. So I made him sleep on the couch. He has grown soo attached to me, I had to lock my door just so he wouldn't come in after threatening to call the police

I think what his problem is that he's TOO attached to me. He's at home everyday. He doesn't work. He's "in-between" jobs for about a month and a half. He's been helping me a lil bit b/c he got some money from his old job for his rent (not including utilities). I feel like he's not as focused as he should be and I really can't deal with this anymore. I still love him but I think we should live separately or have some time apart. Seeing him everyday is driving me insane. We had this talk b/c I even moved into my apartment about the living arrangements. I told him that I wanted to live separately for a while until I'm ready to go back to living together but he's just soo obsessed with me and I don't know what to do?


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