But every time I invite her, she never truly be able to pinpoint that magic, sparkly fluff that holds a relationship together.
People contain multitudes, so to boil it down to one category is closed-minded and even a little dangerous.
I think that is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. I need my social life, or I am going to lose my mind, but I also need her to accept this fact and realize that these activities are harmless.
I am all about staying home and watching a movie, but not 7 nights a week.
This week, I put my foot down because I really want to play softball. In her eyes, coed sports is an activity that only single people take part in.
She is offended by me wanting to do something like that and thinks it’s rude.
It’s an important thing to be able to trust your partner’s words. What Is likely coming from a deep-rooted insecurity, which she alone will have to address.
I do tend to her introvert needs like staying in, one-on-one outings, small groups, leaving parties early, or not doing a single thing and just being a couch potato for hours.
It’s draining for me, but at this point, it’s not worth the fight. Just today, I texted her saying I was going to play softball after work tonight.
She had already thrown one of her fits the week before when I said I was going to play, and I didn’t in order to avoid a fight.
We have sat down and discussed a compromise where I get a few nights out a month, but that has died, and the begging to stay in has started again.
Once the begging starts, it almost always leads to her getting pissed, saying some mean stuff, and me having to give up the plans that I told her I was going to do and just coming home.