Gregs300CD - 1/17/2006 3:14 PM
I forgive and forget, but at the end of the day, she's still bitching at me. She does things that piss me off all the time, but I don't save them all up for ammunition for the next fight.
I've got to get the hell out of here.
Sounds like a plan
Long time ago, I was in a relationship like that. We were students, she had a great apartment, and a brand new car her daddy paid for while I had more modest means of accommodation - efficiency apt with a bicycle. Whatever I did, it was never good enough for her. I stuck around because I had the use of her car.
While gaining access to free wheels was a liberating experience, particularly at the school I attended, I should have walked away from that relationship much sooner -- the time I spent with her is riddled with I shoulda,coulda, wouldas, even to this day.
There is always two sides to a story and I'm sure she has her say, but based on what you have posted here so far, I have to say from my own experience that no matter what you do, she will not give you the approval you seek from her. Don't let the apparent comfort of your current arrangement (living in at her place or a growing business that you don't even have a stake in) cloud your judgement.
Drag this relationship on and you'll look back and regret about the time of your life wasted.