If your son has not started to insist that you include her, then maybe it is not so serious. If you come from it that way, and do your best to make sure that doesn't happen, they should eventually be able to see that. The important thing is you have to indulge him as his mother and let him go on with her. You may be it, or there may be a whole string of new ones. If he does, I would think that might help you see her in a different light.
A committed couple is a package deal. And when she's out of her mood, she always provokes me. I dont know what to do, what to think. She ruined Christmas and my husbands birthday this way. Alright, go make me a coffee. I get tons of thoughts of possibly losing her, her talking to another guy or forget about me…but I will not cave to reach out first. It scared me and I needed out of that position.
Why is your ex being rude to you? To a 15 year old, 40 is unbelievably ancient while 25 is prime and peak hotness. He is a drummer in a band and has had to miss several activities the band mates have done because she couldn't go or didn't want to go. My parents promised that they would give me a monthly stipend to supplement my financial aid, with the only condition that I had to maintain good grades which I think was a reasonable condition. Sounds like you'll just have to speak up more if there are future occurrences. I am completely nervous and flustered.
If some one treats you disrespectfully, you need to tell them that is unacceptable. You are worthy of her. Especially if its your girlfriend. A few months after we got married, my birth control failed and FirstKid was on her way. Is it her nagging which is making me feel this way? At the same time, you have to ask why are you feeling this way? We get along reasonably well, but in a totally surface manner.
It sounds like he might be going through a crap time of his own. Plain and simple, you are treating her the way she is treating you. He is having adult relationships. For example, one night we were all having dinner together. With total disrespect and disregard. She's my dad's wife, and that's all. As a direct result, she sees very little of me.
I drive a nice car but I worked hard to get it full time work with full time school to get a masters degree to get a good job. Leave him alone let him learn on his own. I'm certain it would've been a massive change, and not necessarily a good one in their eyes, for my kids to see one of their parents in a new relationship. I thought the same thing. I sit at the other table or at the far end of the table away from them. She knew it would only make things worse if she was openly hostile to him since I would have taken his side. Either way she'd be showing a willingness to engage him on his own terms.
You have to re-earn her respect by standing up for yourself, and being less unconditional with her the only people you owe an unconditional duty to are your children before they can fend for themselves. Your son might go on to have plenty of other partners, all of them lovely. Yes, this is his money, but this is literally the only contact he has had with us. But don't think for a second that your son is going to choose you over someone he has been with for two years who he probably loves or is strongly attracted to for some reason. Or is this just what she tells you? This may or may not be the right person for him but that is not your decision to make. You waited quite a long time to introduce them to her awesome!! If you don't want to invite her to family gatherings, then don't do it. I just gotta say, my mother strongly disapproved of the guy I married, and never let me hear the end of that.
If you want to distance yourself away from him and his girlfriend, do it. He doesn't seem to care about anyone else's opinion of her. I know you love her and I'm sure she loves you, but you need to have a little more self-respect and not accept this behavior from her. She told me that she feels she can say those things and be like that because she knows I won't get mad or leave her. I feel so lucky with my family.