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POOF. Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5504 posts
26th Nov '12

You missed it!

iLL-Legal Unicorn Alien 3 kids; New York, TX, United States 37137 posts
26th Nov '12

I think he was concerned about her as a human being in distress and nothing more.

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5504 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting iLL-Legal Alien:" I think he was concerned about her as a human being and nothing more."


Yeah, I think I'm just a huge a*****e.

Mandy and her girls!~ 3 kids; Illinois 10295 posts
26th Nov '12

How long have you guys been together?

Kimberlea Boggs 1 child; Reynoldsburg, Ohio 385 posts
26th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ♥ walkingdeadhead:</b>" Well, SO and I have a great relationship. I'm extremely happy with him and he treats me very well. However, ... [snip!] ... and he shouldn't have texted her back? I'm usually not one to post relationship issuses but I just wanted a second opinion."</blockquote>




I think him texting her to calm her was innocent. I think she did it for attention, though. We all have our moments. :)

~*~ Nichole ~*~ 4 kids; Vancouver, Washington 11261 posts
26th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting iLL-Legal Alien:</b>" I think he was concerned about her as a human being in distress and nothing more."</blockquote>




I agree with this...

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5504 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting Mandy and her girls!~:" How long have you guys been together?"


Not long at all, beginning of september I think?

Samantha (+ 1.5) Due September 14 (boy); 1 child; Rhode Island 6684 posts
status 26th Nov '12

Meh I'd be pissed.

E.P. Mom Due March 14; 1 child; Texas 2668 posts
26th Nov '12

If she had said that to him and you later found out she had done something to harm herself would it have changed your mind? The fact that your SO said he wasn't supposed to talk to her first thing is good. Whether she really meant what she was saying or not, who knows. Did you overreact? Maybe but I'd probably have done the same damn thing, lol.

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5504 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting E.P. Mom:" If she had said that to him and you later found out she had done something to harm herself would it have ... [snip!] ... meant what she was saying or not, who knows. Did you overreact? Maybe but I'd probably have done the same damn thing, lol. "


We all have our moments...



He's just too nice for his own good. I'm not used to it.

Nicola =) 1 child; Huntsville, Alabama 2783 posts
26th Nov '12

He told you about it which shows he understands your concern. I would just be mindful of that next time. Especially with the relationship being new you could push him away if it becomes more of an issue.

E.P. Mom Due March 14; 1 child; Texas 2668 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting ♥ walkingdeadhead:" We all have our moments... He's just too nice for his own good. I'm not used to it."

This may be one of his emotional characteristics you really come to love. Try not to get too mad at him about it, Seems like you two haven't been together too terribly long. Just be glad you found a nice man!! There aren't alot left :)

Pinkman 1 child; Melbourne, VC, Australia 5504 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting E.P. Mom:" This may be one of his emotional characteristics you really come to love. Try not to get too mad at him ... [snip!] ... it, Seems like you two haven't been together too terribly long. Just be glad you found a nice man!! There aren't alot left :) "


Oh, I am! I wish I hadn't overreacted. I feel so bad.

E.P. Mom Due March 14; 1 child; Texas 2668 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting ♥ walkingdeadhead:" Oh, I am! I wish I hadn't overreacted. I feel so bad."

It doesn't sound like he's too sore about it! Water under the bridge, hahaha. Me & my hubby have little tiffs like that and it is just one of those things. I disagree, he doesn't... Boohoo we get over it and move on, lol... Just don't beat him up too bad about it ; )