By Anonymous - 04/10/2014 15:17 - Denmark
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Omfg hahaha I'm like that to my bf sometime! She'll calm down Little things like that fuck with our hormones sometimes. Don't worry OP
and what justification do you have for treating a human being like that? that's ridiculous. if this happened to my boyfriend, I would get up and get him a box of tissues. not yell at him and walk out. OP, to be honest you are probably better off without her. no one deserves to be treated like that. and bless you, by the way. since I doubt your girlfriend said it.
Wow calm down everyone. Think what you may about a relationship, what on earth gives you the audacity to call it abusive and/or toxic?! They yell at each other sometimes. Comparing it to a abusive relationship is very harsh to me. I yell sometimes, we all make mistakes in relationships. Do I abuse my boyfriend? No, I am a loving girlfriend 99% of the time. Sometimes I lose my shit. Not as bad as in the OP, but it happens guys. No one is perfect.
There is a point to where getting upset at the other person is due to not being able to communicate between yourselves correctly and ends up hurting both people. It usually has to do with needs of the other person and this is where compatibility is important. Welcome to the joys of finding prince#33775 who fits you perfectly.
Wow, maybe she was having a rough day and needed to cool off. I get irritable when im having a rough day. However she did overreact a tad. GL op!
Once she'll talk to you again, ask her what it is that you do that bothers her and then calmly ask her to let you know about these things beforehand instead of randomly blowing up at you.
It's still better to communicate this to her. I used to avoid expressing my annoyance to boyfriends, to the point where one of them called me emotionally constipated. But I worked on it. With my current bf I consciously make sure I talk to him as soon as I feel something. It got easier with practice. Almost 1 year together and we haven't had One fight, and nor do we harbor simmering rage. If couples can bring their concerns to each other calmly and politely before issues build, everything remains so much more stable.