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Thread: Am I been too controlling?

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    You are so right . Thatís what I did , I grab all my stuff that I had at his place. And I block him and since then he hasnít made any effort to look for me . So I guess that should tell me how much he cares . Thank you !

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    I was originally sitting outside with him and his other friend but then he told me to go inside his room and use his laptop to watch Netflix . So thatís when I decided to just leave . I havenít talked to him since then .

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    Originally Posted by LopezYP
    I was originally sitting outside with him and his other friend but then he told me to go inside his room and use his laptop to watch Netflix . So thatís when I decided to just leave . I havenít talked to him since then .
    Good decision. He's not a decent boyfriend.

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    Originally Posted by LopezYP
    You are so right . Thatís what I did , I grab all my stuff that I had at his place. And I block him and since then he hasnít made any effort to look for me . So I guess that should tell me how much he cares . Thank you !
    This dynamic typically doesn't fall out of thin air. It's good to read the room and acknowledge a crappy relationship sooner than later. Someone doesn't fit the bill or otherwise simply seems divested, then vote with your feet rather than argue or nag. Much better opportunities to be had and without the hassle. Good time to reflect on why you settled with it until now so that you're in a good position to benefit from your future endeavors. Best of luck!

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    Originally Posted by LopezYP
    I was originally sitting outside with him and his other friend but then he told me to go inside his room and use his laptop to watch Netflix . So thatís when I decided to just leave . I havenít talked to him since then .
    Let that be the last time, too.

    This is not a good relationship worth saving and he doesn't appear to care anymore. You can do much better.

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    Originally Posted by j.man
    lmao just go out and have a drink with them. Who sits in a room sulking because their partner has friends over?
    This is my question too. Go join them! If that's an issue for him, then he's not the guy for you.

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    Originally Posted by melancholy123
    This is my question too. Go join them! If that's an issue for him, then he's not the guy for you.
    He told her to go to his room.

    She then left. Permanently, hopefully.

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    Originally Posted by melancholy123
    This is my question too. Go join them! If that's an issue for him, then he's not the guy for you.
    OP already addressed this - she was with them, and he told her to go and watch Netflix in his room.

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    No, you are not controlling of him if that's what you mean. You should be in control of your own person so never shy away from that responsibility. Hopefully he doesn't contact you again but seeing as you were together for two years, it's unlikely.

    It seems like the relationship is broken down badly as is the communication and respect between the both of you. He may be using you as a part time gf or a casual hook up whenever he's back in town and not faithful to the relationship at all.

    Move on. You deserve to be with someone who respects you and with whom you can see eye to eye. Don't see him anymore when he's back in town or make sure you're not going over to his place ever again. You may have mutual circles of friends or friendships that overlap. Keep things neutral and respectful and don't waste any more time or energy on individuals who don't respect you or show you that they enjoy your company.

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    Good for you. You can find much better guys for yourself .
    Originally Posted by LopezYP
    You are so right . Thatís what I did , I grab all my stuff that I had at his place. And I block him and since then he hasnít made any effort to look for me . So I guess that should tell me how much he cares . Thank you !

    I was originally sitting outside with him and his other friend but then he told me to go inside his room and use his laptop to watch Netflix . So thatís when I decided to just leave . I havenít talked to him since then .

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