if you find yourself in a relationship with someone that has since become toxic and therefore has made the relationship a toxic one, At what point do you say to yourself? Enough is enough, let me know.
I could see how that would be a red flag, especially if you're trying to get to know someone and like 95% of the conversation is about their ex. Like no one wants to hear that, especially on a first date.
It's even more of a red flag if you're in a relationship with someone but somehow their ex just seems to still have some sort of role in all of this because your partner keeps bringing them up like why?
I used to date this person and this person kept talking about they acts like they mean something like bitch. I'm dating you You're not dating them no more like get over it. He broke up with me because he went back out with her.
Well first off, I am so sorry you had to go through that. Second of all, him talking about his ex meant that he wasn't over her. And third, yes, you are absolutely allowed to curse on stereo. No one will fault you for that. People on here have said worse.
Girl I'm French and like every second I have like the opportunities where I do it So don't worry about cursing and you better smack that bitch up like fucking like roll her like a roller coaster, you know?
She might have got the right idea, but she had the wrong bitch that day. Uh-uh. Don't sleep with somebody. Especially if somebody is fucking with somebody else. Like, girl! I ain't gonna say nothing else because it's a lot of shit that went down.
When my peace is gone. That's the final answer. If you... whether it's platonic or romantic, it doesn't matter what kind of relationship, the moment someone takes away your peace and you're second guessing yourself or second guessing your surroundings, that's it. Bye!
Notice that so many people just look for this big thing or this big red flag so we can justify cutting somebody off but in reality we don't even need to give them that justification. If we don't feel good then we leave. It's that you have to protect your peace.
Girl, you don't know how many times I've recorded this, but this is such a good question. My final straw was when I felt ignored during the party and he didn't make me feel welcome with his group of friends.
Oh my god, I'm so sorry he had to experience that. I've been in a similar situation where I was out on a date with someone and he went off and started talking to this other girl for like 20 minutes. After that, I just left and I never spoke to him again afterwards.
It really all comes down to selfishness. There are some people who are just so selfish and self-absorbed that they don't realize that some of the actions that they do have a negative effect on the people around them and they simply just don't care.
You're absolutely right and I totally get it and this seems like some kind of pandemic all on its own because it just seems like since COVID hit like they've just been coming out of the woodwork. I don't know what the hell is going on.
Oh my god, you got that right, like it's literally a f***ing pandemic, like I can't even go on dating apps nowadays without being so f***ing guarded, like just one thing, just one thing, cancel, cancel!
Enough is enough for me is when I've done everything in the relationship but this other person doesn't want to meet me halfway and we all know that it takes two to tango and That's it. I'm done. I'm out
I totally hear you on that. I think for the most part the majority of us have all been there So yeah, when you know you've done all you could you've extended yourself and you're not getting anything back That's when it's time to go
I personally think people come and go and some people are for you for years just to teach you something So I would just leave and continue with my life even though I love them so much God will literally help everyone everybody to let go so that's what I would do