First, she right about the research. Second, she's right about not wanting to be with you if you're going to destroy yourself.
just be a spectator. I assure you, it's not the first time she's dealt with this. I think it's great. The benefit to you is (if you stay with her) this will be how your gf looks at that age. Awesome!!
Here's a way to reframe. You may find it strange, but it works. Point out the women you think are good looking and ask him what he thinks.
These are cross-cultural issues. Many cultures are fierce about wanting children to exclusively date and marry those of the same culture. You are going to have to think with your heart. Yes, it's unfair, but it's your reality.
Hey, Bro. My gf says you keep staring at her. Are you and, if so, what's up with that?
The best advice I can give you is to seek out a local (or as close as possible) LGBTQ support group and seek the advice of others who have already experienced this. They will know best.
You do a deep dive into this person by going to one of the sites that will perform a very thorough investigation. You will have all the information you need to make a parental judgement.
Just be respectful. Breakups ALWAYS involve hurt feelings. It’s just a matter of how much.
Explain what you are seeing and hearing then ask her why she does that. Many people criticize things in others that they really don’t like about themselves.
Tell him that either you talk to her together, or you will talk to her yourself. Your husband (and probably the rest of the family) is an enabler.
It’s all up to the couples. Some do like watching it together. The adult film industry is huge for a reason.
I really can’t address this since I don’t know the circumstances. There are dozens of reasons, but genetics is certainly the least of them.
You should seek some short-term therapy to deal with your concerns of homophobia. Evaluate the person you are dating. Her parents are probably wonderful.
No, your husband is being selfish. He has not made the correct transition from bachelorhood to husbandhood. Time for some professional help.
There is no "right" amount of time. It depends on the individual. It also depends upon the depth of the relationship. The deeper the relationship, the deeper the wound from the break up. Only time will tell.
Research has shown that anything more than 15 is actually a waste of time. Yes. Love Shopping List is very accurate.
No matter what you do it will hurt. Whether it hurts more than a "normal" break up is up to how you handle it. Just be truthful.
I consider smoking an "A" list eliminator. It sounds like you feel the same way. The "except" in your statement indicates he's not the right one for you unless he changes his ways.
I think it's a matter between them. My opinion doesn't matter. The only thing that matters is what they or you and your partner agree to. No judgement.
You have to have an open, honest discussion about it. Otherwise, the resentment will build. Don't let that happen.
Either it was an unconditional gift, or it wasn't. Ask them. If it was unconditional, you should be able to do with it what you want. If it came with strings attached, give it back. Otherwise, you will fight this battle again.
If they were fully dressed, and she says nothing happened, you're either going to have to believe her, or you're going to have to break it off. You will never really know. They may have both just passed out. The bigger issue is that she drank that much.
It doesn't say so anywhere, but most women go by tradition when it comes to going out ... at least for the first several dates.
If you're coming at it from a critical standpoint, he'll resist. Tell him you want others to look at him with same degree of respect that you do, and clothes help that.
Guys are usually much more scared of having their manliness questioned. It's a guy thing ... unless you're gay.