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Should I break the engagement? Fiance tried to slap me & said "I hate you B*tcH""?

Should I break the engagement? Fiance tried to slap me & said "I hate you B*tcH""? Topic: Important difference between writing and talking
June 16, 2019 / By Victor
Question: My fiance and I have been dating for over 7 years, 6 years are long distance. However, everyday we talks for hours over the phone/skype and rarely fight. I have always feel like we dont communicate well, it always me who do all the talking and most of the times I felt like we lack communication. I always feel like I am talking and fighting with myself and he just listen. However life said I can't be too picky so I decided that no one is perfect, as long as he's a good guy and loves me I am ok with it, even if we dont communicates well. Today I found out that two of my front tires were the wrong size, the place that replaced them for me charged me for one size, but gave me a smaller size. So I basically had two different set of tires for my fronts and my rear. So I yelled at my finance for not noticing this even though he has been using this car as his own for half a year. I questioned that why I handle all these things? From having to tell him to refill the EZpass to oil change to getting the car inspected. I told him as a man he needs to at least help me with these manly things. I feel like I am have to the women stuffs and man stuffs also. Then he got really angry, tried to slapped me (luckily I jumped in the the car and we were in public parking lot). Then he threw some paper in his hand at me and when he missed, he stomp on them. Then he said "I hate you *****" then got into his car and drove home. Over the past 7 years, we barely fight, everytime I got angry then he just ignore it and act like a rock. Today he was overly reacted. The weird thing is that the past month while we were on vacation together, I have been even more lenient with him and more excepting of his faults. Maybe he see that I appreciate or more tolerant so he's abusing it? The thing is that he has always been a gentleman. So if he acts like this maybe he no longer loves me? Is it time to break up? end it?
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Rowland Rowland | 9 days ago
I hope that you are 10 years old with the way you write and your spelling. However, if you own a car you must be 16 or older. Yikes. Education is important and I think you should stop worrying about relationships and start to worry and work on your educational levels. This way you'll make more money for your future. Learn the difference between except and accept. As an owner and employer, I think it's my duty to explain how important your being able to write an acceptable sentence for your future. It sounds like you have had very little real relationship. Long distance through phone and skype aren't the same thing. I think he had it right when he said you were acting like a...... Honestly, to think that there's a man's job and a woman's job in a relationship is so old fashioned it's frightening. He's using your car but that does not entitle you to demand he take care of the car. It honestly sounds as if you don't like him for who he is. Someone who doesn't want to be in charge of the things you think his manhood demands of him. After all these years you two aren't any better at this relationship means that you two should break up. You go find a guy who meets your needs and he can go find a woman who likes him just as he is.
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Rowland Originally Answered: Should I break the engagement? Fiance tried to slap me & said "I hate you B*tcH""?
I hope that you are 10 years old with the way you write and your spelling. However, if you own a car you must be 16 or older. Yikes. Education is important and I think you should stop worrying about relationships and start to worry and work on your educational levels. This way you'll make more money for your future. Learn the difference between except and accept. As an owner and employer, I think it's my duty to explain how important your being able to write an acceptable sentence for your future. It sounds like you have had very little real relationship. Long distance through phone and skype aren't the same thing. I think he had it right when he said you were acting like a...... Honestly, to think that there's a man's job and a woman's job in a relationship is so old fashioned it's frightening. He's using your car but that does not entitle you to demand he take care of the car. It honestly sounds as if you don't like him for who he is. Someone who doesn't want to be in charge of the things you think his manhood demands of him. After all these years you two aren't any better at this relationship means that you two should break up. You go find a guy who meets your needs and he can go find a woman who likes him just as he is.

Mordecai Mordecai
It's your car. Why didn't *you* notice the tyres were the wrong size? You sound very demanding. Having said that, it's absolutely not okay for him to hit you. This relationship needs to end for both your sakes.
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Keaton Keaton
I would very much consider ending this relationship. You are doing more of the communication and there are more signs of trouble in your story than the outburst of anger. This is not a healthy male.
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Heber Heber
This is a personal choice...if you are ok with being a punching bag then stick around. Murder suicides always end up on the news.
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Eliot Eliot
if this what happens during the courtship, imagine what he could be like during marriage. yes, break it off. not a good sign.
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Chauncey Chauncey
from what i read, is your guy a child? he is using ur car and can't change its tiers? he so dumb to communicate u. and now he is getting on your nerves. if i was in your place i would have dumped him.
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Alvred Alvred
shitt its your failure to start with buying Wrong size tires blaming him for not notices....yes you re stupid bitches lol yOU lucky they guy haven't dump You YET ..I have very low tolerance for stupidity
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Alvred Originally Answered: My fiance just left for basic training?
I go through this all the time. My husband gets deployed all over the place and all the time. You never really get used to it either. As for how I deal with it, I usually try to start a new hobby right after he leaves, and my goal is to have something made by the time he gets home (like crocheting a blanket or scarf, or painting a picture to hang on the walls, something) I also take and mark each day off on a caneldar before I go to bed when he is supposed to be home. Another thing that helps is write to him every day. One of the best things for someone in Basic Training is getting mail. It helps them know that someone is thinking about them, and it helps them make it hrough as well. Pictures help too. Lots and lots of pictures. Not just of you, but of things and people that he is close to. Like a pet, friends and family. (no nude pics though, they will confiscate those). Save the care packages of home baked snacks and things until he is in South Carolina. They will confiscate those as well. But letters and pictures will not only help you but they will help him as well. Take care, and don't stress. You will be fine, and if you need someone to talk to to help you get through this, feel free to IM me or e-mail. I have been through it, and I will go through it again.

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