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Thanks for your advice and concern guys, I wrote about my friend's situation...not being so serious---I think there's no way to solve it, so I might just as well take it as a joke, but you gave me sincere suggestions here and showed your concern...|
thank you =)
I was trying to figure out why he's so obsessed, I think it's not "love", I can't understand these people--with a strong obsession for someone and something which don't belong to them.
That guy was nice at first as my friend said, but getting really narrowminded and trying to control her too much (still I can't believe he's even jealous of her spending time with girls)
My friend is a bit weak-willed, easily to give up but really has a sweet temper and very gentle in heart---I like her for that and sometimes mad at her for that---she didn't like to confront with people or say something nasty, when she's being pushed around by them, so I was a little suprised when she told me she got mad and fight with that guy when he grasped her arm to drag her back--he wants her
stay at his place during vacation--she struggled to get rid of him. Well I think she looks weak but strong when it comes to freedom. Most of her friends asked her to dump him. And I think he had known---if he's not an idiot, that my friend no longer interested in him.
My friend now has an indifferent attitude--since last failure in breakup, it's like "I can't solve it anyway so just let it be" ...I don't know how to help her exactly...I did interrupted and take her away a few time when he gets mad in public, but he's acting like---"it's our own business, why mess in... "
But it's right that...if we want to solve a problem, in relationship or in life
we have to be determined, it may be someone else's fault being insane unreasonable or whatever, but in the end it is our own fault not determined enough, and unable to solve it...=S