I know it's super late to ask, but what is the exact use of downvoting? I've seen people use it when they disagree, others when it was offensive, and sometimes simply because it had a negative rep. I'd like to have a discussion about the correct usage of downvoting.
My boyfriend's mom is literally part of the Student Council and controls everything. She's sorta the person to literally spoil someone's life if you go against her.
yes!! the best way to break up! gonna do this once december comes
I just feel I want to get this off my chest for a while now. There's this guy. He's my boyfriend. I like him a lot, but he tends to bring me down. In fact, he's somewhat the reason I became addicted to video games. I really don't mind that, because I can still control myself. The thing that pisses me off is that he never respects my parents. Here we call others' parents "uncle" or "aunty". And I give that respect to his parents. But then he decides to call my father out of the blue by HIS NAME, without asking him. I spoke to him about it, and just said "I didn't think about it that way" and brushes me off. He has social anxiety. And I care about him and I'm present whenever he feels bad. But when I was having an emotional breakdown, he just had a party in his house and ignored my messages. Worse, he invited a girl that once stole my investigation papers and got a 100 for them. I literally felt torn to shreds. Now that I closed up and don't want to talk to him about it, he says I'm being rather rude and cold to him. I can't break up with him. His mother has plenty of influence in the parents' group and she is a bit scary, to be honest. She's controlling and pets her son a lot. She supports me when I have tantrums and I feel she's planning to take me away from my family. She literally has told me on many occasions that my parents are abusive and controlling. The worst thing right now is that I can't even have a normal conversation with any guy. He'll get his hands all over me. It's nice when guys are possessive, but it's a bit uncomfortable. I did tell him, and now he's hurt. I can only wait until I move to the capital to break up with him. Otherwise, he'll do something. And not once has he even apologized for calling my father by his name. My sister's been dating this cool guy for three years now and he still calls my dad "sir", because he respects him. He began calling him "uncle" after he insisted. He appeared to be so nice before, and now I'm stuck with this immature, disrespectful asshole who thinks I should do everything he wants. I can't have a moment of peace for studying. He'll hog me and start showing me memes. If I refuse, I'm the asshole. What the hell?
Ugh, that was a long rant. I really wanted to get this off my chest. I can't stress my mother by talking about this to her. Then she'll feel bad that I'm forcing myself into a relationship for her sake. Rant aside, give a me creative way to break up with him once it's time lmao