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well she did and I am very happy to say that she has returned to her old confident self... You can't predict what someone else is going to do.
What I am having a hard time with is the fact that I was not able to see the signs of mental abuse until it was too late... These people are not going to show you their true colors up front. Valeeighty2, your love for and protectiveness towards your sister is commendable, and I don't blame you for your anger at this man.
I didn’t know anything about that but I got into my dressing room and the other guys in the show said, ‘What about Simon and Lisa? He compares their relationship to “chalk and cheese” on the podcast.
“For the sake of them I haven’t said it, but they’re grown up now and I get on with them and they know the stories now,” he said.
They sat directly behind us and talked during the entire film. By the time the movie ended, I had exchanged phone numbers with one of them. He was my first love — — he was the perfect gentleman. After dropping out of high school, he went to work 40 hours per week as a forklift operator. In fact, he regularly carried me like that, with my legs dangling over his chest and my head hanging on the other side. We were walking down the street holding hands when he told me.
He worked third shift, and he made real money just like a grown-up. He wasn’t obligated, and I didn’t expect it, but he did it to show me that he loved me. “I’ve decided to buy you an engagement ring,” he said.
After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Because of the issues we have had with our mother, and since she has had to deal with them the most, she has had this idea that she does not want to fall in love, doesn't want to have kids, doesn't need romance in her life, it is just her and herself... I wish I wouldn't have encouraged her now, but she seemed so happy, and she had changed from ice queen to strawberry shortcake... The last week or so she has been very depressed, and down...
I have asked repetedly what was going on, what was bothering her, normally she would and tells me EVERYTHING!!! but she would not say anything, so I got worried after a week, and contacted her 2 best friends, I consider them as my adopted little sisters, well they tell me that my sis got into an agument with the BF and that is what has her down...
It would've been far worse if she'd relented, but thankfully, she didn't. Everyone gets burned at some point it's just sad and unfortunate the first person she finally let into her life did this and she was not emotionally prepared enough to handle it."then when she refused to have sex with him" What brought this on?? is another question, what im saying was there somthing wrong for her to stop the sex when it was going on before or was it ?? People who continuously date build up a certain tolerance or resistance to this kind of behavior, but in your sister's case, she has been out of the dating loop for a long time and hasn't developed enough of a thick skin to deal with this. He's a doctor and well respected in their little town and community, but no one sees what goes on behind closed doors. What am really asking is:- For the ladies, if you can date your [former] guy's brother.- For you guys, if you can date your [former] girl's sister. I have not said it is right or wrong to go out with your ex's sibling.But if you have to do it, then we must examine your state of mind and conclude you certainly need to visit a psychiatric doctor.(and the fact that I have to engage some friends to hide his body... If they did, they couldn't get close enough to accomplish their goal; to control. Having said all this, remember that your sister made her choices, and perhaps she was too naive or too innocent to suspect that this man was up to no good.but that is a topic for another thread) and the fact that I should have followed my gut feeling the first day she seemed off or upset... I dare not make light of the hurtful conduct he is guilty of or of the damage she suffered, but look on the bright side. It may take longer than either she or you might like, but she'll go back to her real happy and confident self, and she will not stop being "gorgeous, intelligent, passionate about art and fashion," and "quite a catch." In due course, with some luck, your sister will run into a man who will treat her the way she deserves and who will not be a con man. This jerk, however, will continue to be a lowlife scum who will probably never have a fraction of the inner beauty, smarts, or goodness that your sister has (I know I don't know her, but I'll take your word for i). It happens all the time and people don't talk about it because it's humiliating and they don't want to hear "I told you so." They begin to believe what the other person is saying and their self esteem plummets, further reducing their ability to talk about it.