By krisest1988 - 07/05/2016 21:34 - United States - Columbus

Today, my boyfriend came home from a two week vacation and told me I need to move. FML
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What happened on that trip???

Something probably happened to him you just need to talk to him first and maybe you can fix it

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What happened on that trip???

Another girl stole his heart... And his wallet, phone and keys.

Something probably happened to him you just need to talk to him first and maybe you can fix it

Or say it's the wrong house and shut the door.

Or maybe he realized he was more happy away from her than with her.

Like, "move out of the house"? Or just "move, I need to unpack and you're blocking my way"?

Talk to him. Something must have happened to him while he was gone. I hope it gets better OP. Good luck!

You live in Ohio, he's not wrong. (I'm from Ohio)

I'm in Ohio as well.

That's a terrible way to treat someone.

He was on vacation without you? Methinks there's more to the story.

My wife and I take separate vacations fairly regularly. We don't always care to partake in the same activities. She may want to go down to Florida and visit her parents and go to Disney while I may want to go on a fishing trip to the Allagash and hike Mount Katahdin. Definitely not odd for that to happen - marriage is not a shackle.

This needs a follow up.

If you're living together, what was he doing going on a vacation alone anyway?

why shouldn't he go on vacation without her? maybe she had to work? maybe it was a vacation only with his friends? maybe they don't have to spend every vacation together? while going on a trip together can be a great experience, you dont have to do that always. spending time apart can make a relationship grow stronger - even though this didn't happen in OPs case...

I live with my boyfriend and due to his work commitments I'm currently vacationing alone for my birthday. Just because you live with someone doesn't mean you have to do everything together.

It generally means you're not very close, if you don't see an issue vacationing without your SO.

You are so wrong #23. So, so wrong. I've been married nearly ten years and my wife and I take separate vacations fairly regularly. We don't always care to partake in the same activities. If you think closeness in a relationship means being stuck to your SO's butt like a leech you're probably a super possessive person. Marriage is not a shackle.

Sorry to hear that OP. Hopefully, he has a reasonable reason.