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  • My ex was that way, I never could understand his way of thinking, he always said he wouldnt get so mad at me if he didnt love me. LOL. It should not be that way. My relationship now, is based on love and respect
  • I haven't a clue. My life is full of questions like that. Some of the others would likely scare people away. I just felt like letting you know that you are the person that had the first question that I was going to ask. Mine was too similar to yours so I couldn't ask. I guess I will just check back to see what people say- I answered one, and now I need to think of another to ask.....
  • I think that if you are in that type of relationship...then you need to be out of it. Think about yourself. Do you really deserve that? If they treat you worse than anyone else..you have to consider if you truely feel the same about each other. If you are putting more effort into the relationship than they are...then it really is not worth your time. I'm sure you could do better than that. I was in a relationship...and i noticed that he was putting more effort into the relationship than i was and realized that i really wasn't interested anymore. Although it was hard for him- i broke it off with him because i knew i couldn't hurt him by not putting all of my heart into it.
  • My partner and I both take our daily stress out on eachother. As long as it does not come to blows an odd argument is good to clear the air. It has been proven that have a short argument can take away a lot of resentment if you were to keep it inside. We both have the understanding not to take on board what eachother says during a row and only to listen once we sit down and talk. There is no mistaking me and my partner love, adore and respect one another but spending so much time with one person causes friction. The ones who tend to take things too far are basically in need of control. All violence, physical or mental abuse is about controlling the subject and these people need professional help. If you are in the kind of situation where you are being controlled, get out and if they promise to sort themselves arrange to stay away while they do.
  • Not necessarily, it all depends upon the parents being abusive or not, if they are I'd completely understand why the child has hatred towards them.
  • Sometimes people take things for granted and don't really show their partner the appreciation they deserve. But they do feel the appreciation even though they don't show it.
  • I think this happens because you're there more often so they take things out on you, and don't expect you to leave because after all is said and done "I love you" is suppose to be enough. Ha.
  • Because the average person has several "soulmates" or "the one's" or even marriages over the course of their life...there's only "1" of you to really give.
  • Each and every relationship is different, having its own ups and downs. Outside situations, problems and circumstances often cause stress and strain inside the relationship. "Don't make a mountain out of a mole hill" is a very true expression - especially when the relationship lacks communication. When things don't go right outside the relationship, many times the person who is hurt or emotionally injured lashes out and hurts the person he or she loves most or cares about most: his or her significant other, partner or spouse. I don't know of any mind readers. Do you? It's up to the folks in that relationship to properly communicate with each other about those things which are or aren't good about the influences inside and outside the relationship. Thanks for asking your Q! I did my best to answer it. I hope the information helps. VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Some personal observations and opinions. "THE University of Hard Knocks" Also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons".

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