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Old 11-06-2013, 11:28 PM   #30491
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I think I want an Archangel Mosin-Nagant Conversion for christmas

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I think I want an Archangel Mosin-Nagant Conversion for christmas
Sit on Santa's lap and ask him for one.
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until you have been in a really, really bad relationship, i suspect you can't understand how a person feels. i have been there, and putting your humanity aside enables you to survive and move on.
I can respect that yes I am in one of those at the present and there is no joy in it that is for sure...Unknowing I married a narcissist, at times I think hell would be better. I know pain sorrow and fear. And I live a nightmare I cant wake up from everyday...So yes I do know really really bad relationships. As hard as it is there are times I have to wake up and remember humanity is all I have to get through it. As they say until you walk in another shoes you have really know idea of how they struggle to move on.
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I am having a NASTY fight with my significant other right now.
Let me ask your opinion.


I ALWAYS tell her if I make plans or invite someone to the house because I feel it's the respectful thing to do. She doesn't do the same. I come home and randomly people are there. Now, not random people, mutual friends, but I still think a head's up would be nice before I pull into the driveway.

I asked for the same respect and told her that not getting that respect was starting to hurt my feelings.


Am I wrong for that?


I was instead called controlling and she made sure to mention that it is HER house. We have lived together for years and raise OUR daughter in that house....

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Not to put my business out there, but I want to know if I'm missing something. Am I truly in the wrong?

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I am having a NASTY fight with my significant other right now.
Let me ask your opinion.

I ALWAYS tell her if I make plans or invite someone to the house because I feel it's the respectful thing to do. She doesn't do the same. I come home and randomly people are there. Now, not random people, mutual friends, but I still think a head's up would be nice before I pull into the driveway.

I asked for the same respect and told her that not getting that respect was starting to hurt my feelings.

Am I wrong for that?

I was instead called controlling and she made sure to mention that it is HER house. We have lived together for years and raise OUR daughter in that house....
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Not to put my business out there, but I want to know if I'm missing something. Am I truly in the wrong?
I would say you are not wrong. I think that's very inconsiderate.
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I am having a NASTY fight with my significant other right now.
Let me ask your opinion.

I ALWAYS tell her if I make plans or invite someone to the house because I feel it's the respectful thing to do. She doesn't do the same. I come home and randomly people are there. Now, not random people, mutual friends, but I still think a head's up would be nice before I pull into the driveway.

I asked for the same respect and told her that not getting that respect was starting to hurt my feelings.

Am I wrong for that?

I was instead called controlling and she made sure to mention that it is HER house. We have lived together for years and raise OUR daughter in that house....
I see no problem with this request. If you're giving the same consideration especially.

And it has nothing to do with control or whose house it is. Like you say, it's just simple respect.

"Hey honey, Frank and Jane are here, probably still be here when you get home!"

It's just nice to know what you're coming HOME to.
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I would say you are not wrong. I think that's very inconsiderate.
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I mentioned several times of going to the fights to my wife, she just kind of shrugged her shoulders. Then she made plans with my cousins wife to go to their house the same night. At least I didn't order the tickets already. It's pretty much a normal occurence in my house too.
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I mentioned several times of going to the fights to my wife, she just kind of shrugged her shoulders. Then she made plans with my cousins wife to go to their house the same night. At least I didn't order the tickets already. It's pretty much a normal occurence in my house too.
No, **** that ****. You spoke first, they can do dinner any night, especially since she's pointedly not listening to your wants and only thinking of herself.
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