And it is safe to assume that you both made this choice because you wanted to share part of your life with this person.
To do so however, requires that you actually spend meaningful time together (not just “time”). The definition will obviously vary from person to person, but would you agree that this time has to (at the very least) be both voluntary and chosen over other options?
Since you mentioned his father in your letter, I suspect this is not news to you.
Your boyfriend may honestly see absolutely nothing wrong with flirting with a waitress, since he may have seen his father do the same thing a hundred times.
Bottom line: you have been the unfair victim of a serious problem that has nothing to do with you.
While I have not personally experienced the feelings that you have, I have been where your male partner, husband, or boyfriend is now.
Jennifer asks: My boyfriend is a flirt with other women and isn't publicly very affectionate with me.
I am not unattractive, but his actions leave me feeling as if he is embarrassed to be seen with me.
For the partners of people who are obsessed with video games, it feels as if they are being ignored or even abandoned in favor of their boyfriend’s or husband’s latest computer game obsession.I can tell that he isn't after another relationship, but the 'thrill' it gives him.He says he never actually met up with any of the girls and only sent pics or texts to them.I'm 23 yrs old, I met this guy a couple years ago, fell madly in love with him. I finally feel like I had a 'family', then last summer discovered he has a secret addiction talking to girls online via craigslist personal section and multiple dating sites.He said he just like it bc it's a step up from porn.