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Author Topic: My GF calls me names when she's mad.

December 19, 2019, 02:09:31 AM
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So she comes from a dysfunctional family. Her parents have the worst marriage and she wants them to finally get divorced. Her mom calls her names and even slaps her. Strict religious family and they are giving us a hard time over certain religious issues. Her brother really texts me nasty things and says that Im trying to take her away from her family. He says that I am making her fight with her parents. I sent him screenshots of our convs where I keep telling her to make peace with them. It was stupid to send private conversations without her permission, but she is coming down on me hard for this- and she knows how much I am struggling with her family. She called me stupid a bunch of times.. idiot.. lazy.. spoiled.. not a man.. She said that no matter how bad things get, get can always replace her boyfriend, but not her family. She told me that her parents are right and she's better than me. And when I told her I am depressed, she told me to go cry to my parents.

But then she calms down and tells me that she's dealing with a lot and that women have hormones... (She has gotten angry over things before that had nothing to do with her family, just not to this extent)

Like this is the girl who tears up when I go to the airport. She makes me cute gifts... She is sticking up to her family for me.. just not how I would do it. I am just so confused because she is like two different people.

December 20, 2019, 02:19:14 PM
Reply #1


I will say this - what you are experiencing is a form of abuse. I would high tail it out of there as it shows a lack of respect for you and self control on her behalf. It won’t last.

December 21, 2019, 11:48:47 AM
Reply #2


While this is a form of abuse your GF hadn't seen a positive role model for relationships from her parents.  I would explain to her that you did make a mistake sharing her convo but that does not give her the right to disrespect you.  This way you are both drawing proper boundaries.  Tell her that this is something you can not take and be firm that it can not happen again!   

December 22, 2019, 01:33:15 AM
Reply #3



It all sounds a bit full on, name calling is not necessary, I have had arguments with partners in the past and we have never got so low where it turns to name calling, that is the ultimate sing of disrespect in my opinion. I understand when she calms down she see's what she is doing but if its happened more than once then its too much.

Hope it works out for you.



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