By Anonymous - 23/08/2015 14:03 - United States - Charlotte
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I agree. Personally, I think that OP should think about leaving him. Or at least keep it in mind. This could be the first step in an abusive relationship. I don't know of any other reason for him to say that. But then again, I don't know anything about the relationship or how long they've been together. I could be totally wrong. Which is why I say keep it in mind.
Interesting, I read it completely the other way. Random, not serious musing and OP being a bit weird about it. If OP genuinely feels threatened then yeah that's serious....but they just had "great sex" and she doesn't really hint that he's done anything like that before?
And before anyone says, yeah, I know abusive relationships can have ups and downs, which is partly why people stay. I just could totally see myself saying something weird lile that, though probably with nicer language, and it really being no more than a random thought, and something I'd never actually do. Pretty sure my boyfriend wouldn't feel scared either. I'm just wondering if OP's boyfriend had any clue that this was going through her head!