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By aoliver03 - / Tuesday 11 September 2018 18:30 /
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By  Levi2411  |  37

If this is frequent behavior, and I know you must really love him to be engaged so it'll be hard, you should seriously reevaluate the relationship. And he needs to know that isn't okay; if someone can't be there for your worst and provide comfort and support-- they have no business being there for your best. Talk to him, and if he still acts like he doesn't care, that's a serious red flag. Best of luck, OP. Everyone deserves someone that helps with their demons.

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By  Levi2411  |  37

If this is frequent behavior, and I know you must really love him to be engaged so it'll be hard, you should seriously reevaluate the relationship. And he needs to know that isn't okay; if someone can't be there for your worst and provide comfort and support-- they have no business being there for your best. Talk to him, and if he still acts like he doesn't care, that's a serious red flag. Best of luck, OP. Everyone deserves someone that helps with their demons.

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What if op's fiancé is the type of person that is always expressionless? Since I was a kid even though I got raised right I actually never had empathy for anyone even though I got taught that, altrough I knew how to act when someone I cared for was sad or stuff like that. You can't just break up with someone just because they don't seem to be touched by what you tell them.

By  wtfdaemon  |  3

Drama queen shenanigans. I'm guessing that he paid dutiful attention the first ten times or so you played this card, and that he's fucking sick of it by now.