By Anonymous - 15/11/2015 04:44 - United States - Lewisville
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You need to end it cuz he'll later get pissed that he's not the only person you talk to the rest of your life, trust me it'll only gets worse
You both terrify me - for him getting pissy for a big deal not being made over a 1 month anniversary and you for calling him your boyfriend after 1 month. You guys are just getting to know each other. You both need to slow down and relax
Sorry, do you have some prior knowledge here that tells you that they've only known each other for a month? Or have you read the same FML as the rest of us that only states that they have been together for a month and nothing at all about how long they had been seeing each other beforehand?
I knew my boyfriend three years before we started dating. As such, we were exclusive by the second or third week, and have been together two years since. One month in is perfectly reasonable to be using that term, depending on the couple and their circumstance. Still, treating one month as a hugely significant milestone is another story. it's a good reason to maybe have a nice dinner, but not much else.
It all depends on how they met, when they started dating, and how long they knew each other before starting to date. If they met online, or only knew each other for a few days before their first date, then maybe, MAYBE, one month is too short a time for calling each other boyfriend, girlfriend. For me and my boyfriend, we called each other boyfriend, girlfriend, as soon as I asked him out. But we first met in 4th grade, and we didn't start dating till junior year of high school. We're now coming up to 3 years next month.
aww he's kinda cute though.. I mean who does that these days. . maybe you're not what he's lookin for poor guy :(
I had a boyfriend like this. He was a girl over everything. Everything was a huge deal and he was so sensitive about everything. He would have hurt feelings over the littlest things, things I wasn't even aware about, and he would sulk about it. He felt that everyone had to spend time with him all the time. He wanted his guy friends to call him all the time (even though none of them really called each other unless it was to go hang out), and if they didn't he's get all upset and sulky. If some friends from our group when out and didn't invite him he'd get all upset and mad even though it wasn't the whole group going and therefore lots were "not invited." He also had anger issues, which didn't mix well with his hurt feelings all the time. Needless to say, he had some issues. I think op's boyfriend getting upset about her not making a big deal of their one month could definitely be a red flag. Especially if you guys hadn't agreed on doing anything and he just expected that you should have. There's nothing worse than a guy that gets all sulky about stuff like this and ends up ruining the rest of the night (or a few nights depending on how long he takes it).
I do know that he didn't have depression. He could be a really great guy, don't get me wrong. He just had some issues with expecting things from people (without telling them he expected these things) and then either getting very angry or mopey if those expectations weren't met.