Im asking myself the same question good luck. The best thing to do is get out of it as soon as possible! Its not safe to keep your self in that enviroment! My mom dealt with a verbally abusive husband, and i hated it when he yelled at her, it made me mad. Till this day, i wish i never saw what i saw. If you feel turned on by him, and you think you dont deserve anyone else, you are wrong! Dont let yourself believe whatever is negative about yourself! Think: If you end up with this person, do you want your child to see him yell at you or maybe hit you? If so, then do what you want. If not, dont put yourself in that position. Keep you and your child safe! I am very thankful that my mom got herself and i out of that house when she did. Verbal abuse eventually turns into physical abuse! So you ask, how do u deal with a verbally abusive boyfriend? DONT DEAL WITH IT! GET OUT ASAP!
Anwer2. Verbal, emotional and physical abuse are forms of VIOLENCE. The Bible makes this point at Ephesians 4:31: Put away from yourselves every kind of malicious bitterness, anger, wrath, screaming, and abusive speech as well as everything injurious." Jehovah God does not approve of abusive speech or conduct and that victims should not accept such behavior as normal or as something that is their fault. People that belittle others just try to elevate themselves because of their own insecurities. Being a victim of verbal or physical abuse can be devastating. Do not continue to suffer in silence, hoping things will change. THEY DO NOT!!!A man who speaks abusively to or mistreats the woman he is dating shows himself unfit to Get help, talk to somebody immediately, but PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE GET RID OF HIM. One day you will find someone that truly loves and cherishes you for the beautiful woman you are inside and out. (see Young People Ask article "How Can I Stop My Boyfriend From Mistreating Me on Jehovah's Witnesses official website.)
Tell him how you feel, if he still says he won't date you, tell him to cut the crap. hes flirting because he wants to do "something" with you. Your probably young, so most guys at this point are really just trying to do "something", not date. And its probably pissing off your brother, so that might be a reason. My friends and I do it to our friend all the time.
Men aren't as emotionally entangled regarding making love and after the act. Women get very emotional (nothing wrong with that) and feel "as one" while many men love the whole sensation of the act (doesn't mean they don't love you.) There is nothing wrong with him not phoning you the next day or every waking moment of his time, but if the weekend comes close and he hasn't asked you out (to actually take you somewhere nice) then I'd say it's an act of selfish love and I'd let him know where you stand. Good luck Marcy
It depends on whether or not the guy is mature enough. My husband is 10 years older than me and we are very happy and have one child and trying for a second. It just depends on the relationship and what he wants for himself in the future. My sister-in-law is about 8 years older than my brother and they seem just fine.
If they are both mature and responsible and have a lot of the same interests, etc. If they both have the same viewpoint on life and what they want out of it. Do both of them agree on the subject of marriage/kids, or staying single?
Also as long as neither one is overly worried about the age differentiation.
If the guy is really young and the woman is not too much older, for a while it can last. Once the guy gets older, often he starts looking for someone else. It's sad but true. Younger men think they are cool to be able to satisfy a woman who's older, but once they get up in age, often, the guy just starts looking for someone closer or younger than his age.
My boyfriend is 23 and I'm 27. I've never dated someone with this type of age difference but we've been together 9 months and I cannot honestly see any problems with it. It was a concern for me before we started dating - not because of him, just the numbers - but has never been since then. I could see that it would be a problem if the two people have different values or are on very different time-lines in terms of wanting a family, kids, etc. Also, I think that the age difference matters more the younger that the youngest person is; the older you get, the less it matters. My friends all love my boyfriend 10 times more than the other guys I've dated, who were mostly 2-4 years older than I. Incidentally, so do I :) Also, the third person who wrote in about being dumped for a younger woman is definitely an unfortunately story, but it didn't necessarily have anything to do with her age. There are a very high percentage of relationships that eventually end, so it's hard to say that it was the woman's age! Exactly what are your ages, by the way? That makes a difference...
If you see age difference or you feel or think 'he is younger than me' all the time, then that relationship is not gonna last for long. cuz the guy is thinking the same 'she is older than me'. do things that both of you will enjoy.
Yes,In all probability he would. But then it also depends as to what kind of a person he was. But then, why do you want to tell him that you have someone else? You are no more answerable to your ex, whether he is a narcisist or not. Just forget his existence and live your life. But yes, you do need to tell your current partner about this devil.Good Luck!