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Girlfriend needs to get help with her anxiety. I don't think yelling specifically has a place in a relationship, and I certainly don't think it has anything to do with passion, that raises huge red flags for me.
Agree, get up and walk outta there, half done nails and all. Or at least call her out on it.
It's my last day of work, so crazy how fast these past two weeks have gone! This weekend is all packing and cleaning. We have our going away party on Saturday though, which will be fun. Sunday we're loading the Uhaul up, then waking up early Monday morning to hit the road! It's going to take us three days to get there. Hopefully everything goes smoothly!
Agree, this is so heartbreaking. But when it comes to parenting, I think these things are better left alone, as it's something that probably won't be taken well. Is the mother in the picture? Does she feel the same way as the dad? If not, maybe you could have a casual conversation with her about it. Otherwise, I think it's important to just be there to support the nephew through it, now, and in the future.
mrsconn23 said:MissKittyDanger said:I don't see this as red flags per say, but it still isn't good thing.
I'm an emotional person, and with that I tend to cry often. When I get into an argument with ANYONE, I can guarantee I will start crying. It's just a reaction for me.