When enough is enough.

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    Nov 18, 2011 10:26 PM GMT
    It's inevitable that when two people meet and date and eventually fall in love that there'd be conflict. People are different and obviously not everything can be agreed upon and at some point someone is bound to get irritated and resentful (I'm not talking about petty crappy issues like he prefers action movies while you wanna watch romantic comedies).

    If you and your boyfriend, whom you obviously love very much, had a recurring issue and struggle to move past it, at which point would you decide 'enough is enough, time to move on even though I know it's gonna hurt'? What's the final straw? When do you decide to stand up for yourself and how do you do it?

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    Nov 18, 2011 10:39 PM GMT

    It depends entirely on what the issue is, I think.

    -Doug
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    Nov 19, 2011 12:29 AM GMT
    I always like to present the issue and offer an ultimatum before I just throw my hands up and walk away. Usually it's possible to get an understanding of things.

    You can either put up with it, if it's livable. The last straw is when there is no indication of change.

    For example, the guy I'm talking to...it used to royally irk me (sometimes still does) due to the fact that he never friggin asks to see me. Sure he says yes everytime, but I don't always like having to put the burden on myself by asking people. After bringing it up, he told me he doesn't want to feel like the creepy older guy going after the younger guy. I laughed, and also came to an understanding so I'm not as annoyed.