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By thanksforallyoursupportmomanddad / Tuesday 10 November 2015 20:46 / United States - Arlington
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By  snoopy325  |  23

Unfortunately, people who abuse their SO's are typically very charming and manipulative to everyone around them. If your husband makes you happy, they will be fine. But your husband does not have to prove himself to them, as marriage was a decision between you and him :)

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  MzZombicidal  |  36

#24, they know what he was saying. #15 was just saying that if your child, or anyone for that matter, is getting abused, a charming personality should not save the abuser or their reputation. Ever.

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  lfrider92  |  21

My dad always thought he did too, especially with girls. I was with my most recent girlfriend for almost 5 years, he disliked her from day 1 and I always ignored him and his reasons and did my own thing anyways as I had my own place. When it came down to it and we finally broke up.. He was right for all the right reasons! Like he always is.. (God damn she was sexy though, I was thinking with the wrong head for sure ) So.. Long story kind of short.. I just listen to my dad now, I learned my lesson that yes, your parents do know you better then you know yourself, and do yourself a favor and take their word as gold

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  Star_Gazer_x  |  16

So OP should have married someone who was abusive and not someone kind who treats her right just because their parents were easily manipulated by said abuser? You clearly need to grow up...

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  DoomedGemini  |  37

Some parents only think with overprotectiveness as well, seen all the in law stories on here? Think over your parents words, but don't automatically listen to them. Think over their reasons for thinking that way about your partner. But parents can be extremely wrong as well, as shown here.

By  snoopy325  |  23

Unfortunately, people who abuse their SO's are typically very charming and manipulative to everyone around them. If your husband makes you happy, they will be fine. But your husband does not have to prove himself to them, as marriage was a decision between you and him :)

By  nzhx  |  23

It's hard for others to understand from a bystander's point of view, especially in an abusive situation. It doesn't always register. So don't be upset with them, it's your decision not theirs! If anything, just sit down and talk to them about how you feel. Best of luck to you and your husband, I hope your parents learn to be more accepting.

By  leogachi  |  15

Your parents are awful.

By  Tripartita  |  44

I've gotta admit, it sounds like your ex would be better suited to carry on the family tradition of belittling your opinion and disregarding what is best for you.

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