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sick of this.

(29 Posts)

for the second time recently he has told me I 'suck the life out of him'
first time I let it go second time I have told him to leave if that's how he really feels about me. I was right when I said that I am an embarrassment to him when it comes to his career. I can't go into anymore detail as people he works with may be on here.
I just needed to vent :-(

Quitelikely Tue 18-Mar-14 21:39:19

If he is saying that, can I ask are you harassing him about something?

lol. @ CaptainHindsight
yes i am calmer now, spoken alot about this to rl friends, as it's been going on for nearly 3 years now since ALSO his twitter flirting with a colleague. Even that was 'my' problem and 'I' was jealous. Thanks to reading things on here I am noticing more of his behaviour now and realising it isn't me.
I think I will speak to a solicitor despite people wanting me to do the right thing and work things out.

@Quitelikely I am not harrassing him about anything. I just want to have a normal relationship where I feel respected - and can talk about anything and everything without feeling uncomfortable or like I am moaning again. Because he won't talk about things or go to counselling he accuses me of moaning. And 'sucking the life out of him'.

AnyFucker Tue 18-Mar-14 22:01:37

I wouldn't call that harassment either. I would call that standing up for yourself and refusing to take the blame for his inadequacies, which is just as it should be.

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