I was dating this guy for a 3 years who was really awful to me, and I don't know why I stayed, but I did.
A relationship often requires a bit of sacrifice and a lot of compromise. We all have to learn to accept and roll with aspects of our partner, or his/her life, that we don’t always understand or necessarily agree with. That’s called maturity, right? And building intimacy? I think…Now, those things aside there comes a point where you might just need to say “Hell no!” and walk off into the freedom of singledom again.
Relationships can be great — always having someone to cuddle with, vent to, and share your favorite things with, but unfortunately things don’t always go as smoothly as planned. Sometimes once you get to know a person — once you spend more than a few month’s worth of sexy nights with them — you realize that maybe things aren’t all they’re cracked up to be.
Dear Tuffy Luv, I have been seeing this guy R for almost a year. I really like him and he really likes me, but he is really insecure and is under is Dad's thumb. For as long as R can remember his dad has been telling him he'll never amount to anything. On top of that, his dad is mentally, emotionally, verbally and physically abusive towards him, his siblings and his mom.
Last June, collegiate students nationwide were silenced by shock and sadness after news of the murder of UVA lacrosse star Yeardley Love surfaced. Article after article proceeded to litter the Internet about Love and George Huguely’s relationship, many claiming there had been telltale signs that his violent temper would lead to serious danger.
I am so sick and tired of hearing about Jesse James trying to apologize and make up excuses for why he decided to cheat on Sandra Bullock, America's favorite sweetheart. It's bad enough that he cheated on Sandy with multiple women, but the fact that he's going to the media (i.e People Magazine, Nightline) and explaining what prompted him to cheat (apparently his Dad was abusive to him as a child) just proves that he needs to grow a pair and be held solely responsible for his actions.
This week's article is nothing but a load of misogynistic crap about women being submissive to men. It open's with: "Women like to be controlled and dominated. Don't fool yourself into believing that they don't. They do... Secretly all women desire to submit to the will of their man."
We haven't heard much from Chris Brown since "the incident" before the Grammy's, but if this new video is anything, it's his (shady) attempt to get back into our hearts and minds. Because he's got a new album dropping. And a new single coming out this summer! And because he likes to bowl and he's not a "monster."
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