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I asked him to please tell them to stop saying mean things to me on Facebook, but he won’t. Another thing is I’m kept separate from his family. One day we drove to his house and he just sat outside in the car. Well, at best, it means that your boyfriend is a total tool who doesn’t deserve to have you as his girlfriend and you’ve been a bit foolish to stick with him as long as you already have. Let’s lay it all out: you only see the guy once a week; his friends seem to hate you; he doesn’t defend you; he belittles you and your feelings; and he refuses to introduce you to his friends and family — even when they are in the other room. Eleven months is 10 months and 29 days too long to spend with a jerk like this.

I said let’s go inside and say hello, but he wouldn’t. Clearly, for whatever reason, this is not a guy who is proud to be with you. Dear Wendy “I’m Bisexual And Feel So Alone” Dear Wendy: “I Don’t Want To End Up A Crazy Cat Lady” I’m 23 years old and have never had a serious relationship.

I’d hoped to meet his family while they were over, but now I’ve found out that he hasn’t actually told them about me, apart from the fact that he’s ‘with someone.’ I get that things are complicated, and that he has a very shaky relationship with his ex-wife so he’s going to be cautious about letting her know that he has a new girlfriend, and I also get that I don’t get to meet his son until we’re much more established. I’ve asked him for time to talk things through and he’s agreed, but I’m really having to push him to make time for our conversation. 2) Your boyfriend hasn’t fully integrated you into his world.

It’s one thing not having time to go out in public as a couple, but the fact that nobody in his life seems to know we’re a couple kind of puts it in a different light. I do really like him, we have a really great time together and he always seems so attentive whenever we can’t physically be together, but maybe I’m just seeing what I want to see? The first issue is a valid one and you have every right to consider whether you’re getting your emotional needs met right now.

I’m never the life of the party, but I’m not a social outcast.