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Girlfriend issues...HELP!

 
 
toggo1
 
Reply Sun 9 Oct, 2016 02:35 am
Me and my gf have been dating for 7 months now and everything has been amazing. The other night however, during a family dinner, apparently I was grumpy and embarrassed her in front of her family, who she is really close with.
The main reason why she got so mad was because she thought I was integrating in to the family well, and then this happened. From my POV the only symptom of grumpiness I had was that I didn't talk much which was due to the fact I had been awake since 3:30am for training for 3 and a half hours.
She has been really affected by this, more so than I imagined, and now I am wondering what to do. I brought her flowers and her favourite chocolates this morning, but I just want to make everything go back to the way it was before this happened.
Do I just wait and let time do its course? Should I care what her parents think? (only mum, her dad does'nt really care about this...he likes me a lot and so does her mum, but mum is more sensitive and they are REALLY close to each other.) Her mum is being, to put it bluntly, a bitch about it to me.
I would like some answers as to what to do....do i just wait until time runs its course and everything is back to normal? Or do i do something to make it happen?
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jespah
 
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Reply Sun 9 Oct, 2016 06:18 am
@toggo1,
Ferchrissakes, you aren't bubbly and talkative 24/7??!

Could you be, I dunno, a human and not an android?

Sheesh, they need to get over it. From what I am reading (and perhaps you have omitted some important details, I don't know), you weren't rude to them. You were just tired and kind of quiet. That's not rude; that's nice.
Leadfoot
 
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Reply Sun 9 Oct, 2016 06:53 am
@toggo1,
I had a girl like that once...

Really, if a girl makes the final call on you based on the opinion of anyone else, you do not want that girl.

No exception for mothers.
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chai2
 
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Reply Sun 9 Oct, 2016 11:56 am
I'm always confused how most people who come here with a relationship problem first have to tell you how amazing things are, how s/he is "perfect" etc etc, then talks about something that obviously shows otherwise.

I'm wondering why someone would now feel obligated to buy flowers/candy for someone because they were physically tired at some point. Not to mention the other person being angry over that.

I think that speaks volumes about how amazing the relationship is.
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FOUND SOUL
 
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Reply Sun 9 Oct, 2016 03:25 pm
@toggo1,
She sounds like a Princess. That means this is not a once off.

"I had been awake since 3.30am, for training and only for three and a half hours, I was tired, get over it". So lovely to have your support and understanding, I suggest you go and let your Mother know the above and let's get on with things.

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toggo1
 
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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2016 07:18 pm
@jespah,
jespah, I have not omitted any details. I was just being quiet and not talking, I was just letting the family talk to eachother and I was just sitting there listening.
Krumple
 
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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2016 07:33 pm
@toggo1,
toggo1 wrote:

jespah, I have not omitted any details. I was just being quiet and not talking, I was just letting the family talk to eachother and I was just sitting there listening.


Wow that is incredibly offensive. Hell some familys would love to trade your silent anti social night for their crazy family issues.
toggo1
 
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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2016 08:23 pm
@Krumple,
What is offensive? Me not talking because I was up nearly 20 hours, or the fact that she got annoyed?
Krumple
 
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Reply Mon 10 Oct, 2016 08:48 pm
@toggo1,
toggo1 wrote:

What is offensive? Me not talking because I was up nearly 20 hours, or the fact that she got annoyed?


I was exhaggerating their feelings. They want you to be sensitive to their side but arent considering your side. You were tired, they need to get over themselves.
toggo1
 
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Reply Tue 11 Oct, 2016 06:13 am
@Krumple,
ohh right, yeah sorry makes sense now Smile i totally agree with you except i cant tell her to get over herself..hmmm...what to do
Leadfoot
 
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Reply Tue 11 Oct, 2016 08:21 am
@toggo1,
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i cant tell her to get over herself..

Excuses, excuses...

Yes you can.
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