Since she didn't know, the real key will be her behavior. If her behavior remains the same, stay with her. If not, the money has made a difference in her feelings.
It's NEVER impossible, but it is hard. Seek professional help from someone who has experience in these type of situations. I've had several similar cases, so I know how hard it is on both people when others are tugging on them.
Things can always be worked out if that is the true goal of both parties. That being said, it requires an extraordinary amount of work and commitment.
There is no one right answer. It was a gift, so most people understand that. There have been many court battles over this. Generally, it's still considered a simple gift and not an arrangement.
Explain your reasons honestly. Just because she drinks more than YOU think, does not make it a fact. It may be that you can't be with someone who drinks more than you should. You'll have to see what unfolds.
It's not that he didn't trust you, it's that he wanted to factually trust you. You should do the same. In this day and age, it never hurts to have as much information as possible in relationships.
Unfortunately, the world has become so polarized, you can no longer make certain comments, even if the intent was innocent. Your comment could, with certain people, be thought of as a gender-related microaggression.
WTF? Is he living in the 1950's? You need to start setting boundaries. Let him do his own laundry, make his own meals, etc. Basically, go on strike with EVERYTHING.
If she can't do it herself, do it together. Don't do it alone. You won't get anywhere.
It doesn't make any difference whether or not you like her. You should not have to pay for his gift. He's old enough to take responsibility but evidently not mature enough. This should be a lesson for him.
He doesn't understand the image he's creating, and does not recognize the potential negative effect it could have on many aspects of his life.
"Now What" is bye bye. Unless he's willing to tell you what's going on, it's time to move on.
Since she doesn't get the hints, yes, you come right out and say it. Clearly, the way you've been doing it is not working. Change course.
ask him to watch rom coms with you. eventually, he'll get the idea. If you think he's worth it, work with him.
This is a hard one because if it's unanimous, there must be a reason. They are trying to protect you. Pay attention.
No because you'll just get caught up in a very illogical situation. They have their reasons, I'm sure. Obviously, they weren't getting along for a VERY long time.
Validate her feelings about the situation, but keep emphasizing that she should not burn the bridge. It's so sad that people make family differences permanent walls.
Just because you're a male, does NOT mean you should do things that you're not comfortable with. Stand your ground.
Good question. I tell parents all the time not to say that. Admittedly, teen love is different than adult love, but it's love nonetheless.
In this tech age, it's certainly possible. At some point you have to trust your heart. Your friends are trying to protect you. Do their facts add up? That's the question.
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She chooses not to be identified by gender. The easiest way to find out about your relationship is to simply ask how it affects your relationship. She's the best source of an answer.
Either split your time, or let them no you're not coming to either. They are trying to put you both in the middle. Don't let that happen.
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You can only be supportive and keep telling her you love her. She needs professional help. Self-hatred is dangerous.