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How can I convince her that she is acting spoiled



Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
My girlfriend has been acting spoiled recently. She asks me to perform every small chore for her when I stop by her house. "Can you warm up this water for me?" "Can you get my scissors?" "Can you put that tape in?" She says this when she is perfectly able to get it herself. Normally, I don't mind, but she is very ungrateful when I do it. I never get a "Thank you." The kicker was when she was watching TV, and asked me to go out and get pizza for her. I went out, and 10 minutes later I bought pizza for her. The first thing out of her mouth was, "What took you so long?" I am very angry. Whenever I stick up for myself, and tell her that I'm not her slave, she always responds with this: "I'm your girlfriend. You're supposed to do these things for me. Any other normal guy would."

How can I convince her that she is acting spoiled, without looking like the bad guy?




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How do you convince her she's acting spoiled? You say, "if all guys are like this, then go find one that is!" and walk out on her. You aren't her slave and every point you make is valid. She is getting spoiled by the things you do for her, but you continue to do them for her. Stop doing them. Tell her that relationships are meant to be a two way street and that she should be doing things for you just as often as you do them for her.

Tell her to come read this site for horror stories of what typical guys are like! ;)

Good luck!



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