Monday, 28 March 2011
Let's say you've been with someone for a little over a year. Everything's fine in the beginning, 'til one day a few months into the relationship, you look through their email only to see that they're signed up on multiple dating sites and talking to others behind your back. You confront them, they say there was no physical contact, only emails.
Your significant other is also shady with their email, phone and other electronic devices. When you confront them about things of the past and stuff you find peculiar in the recent, they say that your lack of trust and imagination has created scenarios in your head, making you feel like it's your fault. This person also dislikes your friend of many years because they are of the opposite sex, and you've had a past with them a long while ago.
Finally, a year later you're fed up and you eventually leave. The significant other tells you that you are wrong for leaving even though you had tried to work it out many times before, and nothing seemed to be changing. The significant other wants to be with you again, but you don't see that things will be different due to the fact that many behaviours are still the same even though you're gone.
They have even said that your rules don't apply to them while you are gone/not together. As in, they can act as if they're single and do as they please, but tell you they love you and want to be with you. So my question is, if there was a child involved in all of this, would you stay or leave your significant other?SN: The child won't be here for another three months.