Long story short... My gf and i having been dating for about 5 months. We are doin the long distance relationship thing (4 hours) and well i'm home with her during the christmas break for school. I really like this girl and we get along so well. The LDR thing worked really great and we only had one argument but we resolved it. I feel that our relationship is fine...but the person trying to secretly break us up is my girlfriend's mom. I feel she thinks that i just wanna have sex with her daughter and hurt her and leave her. My gfs ex-bf cheated on her so i feel the parents are more protective of her, as they should be...but i also feel that ive proven i'm a great guy, which i am...but every single time me, my gfs mom and my gf go out to eat, she always "plays around" with me saying that the girls are way too hot where i go to school (texas tech) and that im gonna leave her. she does this repeatedly and it goes from "hahahaha"...to "alright seriously stop". I respect her position as the mother and her being protective, but i feel that she doesnt want her daughter doin the LDR thing, even though the daughter is fine with it. My plan is to keep the LDR for 1 more year, and when i graduate college, move back...but again, im not thinking too much in the future, just a little outline of what i wanna do. I also feel that the mom is always trying to subconciously trying to make me jealous. I feel though that the parents, although they like me and all, they dont want her daughter to be dating a guy hundreds of miles away.
So how involved should a mother in law be?
mother "plays around" with me asking when im leaving her daughter for hotter girls at my school
she also "plays around" saying i just wanna have sex and leave her
feel she's trying to slowly break us up
me and the gf are doing a long distance relationship
01-02-2012, 11:39 AM #1
My girlfriend's mom is way too involved in our relationship (srs) (reps)[TEXAS TECH MISC]
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01-02-2012, 11:45 AM #2
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01-02-2012, 11:47 AM #3
mom is right
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