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Things I will no longer accept in a relationship: being yelled at. Period. End of story.

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That's one of the reasons I left my ex.


Add,credit card abuse,out of control spending and gambling away the money for needs; Rent,food,gas money for the vehicles,and child care(if any).

Mike1947 Level 7 Feb 16, 2019

And for me especially if the yelling is accompanied by nasty name calling. With one partner I thought I was living with a salty sailer. However, we do often get frustrated in our relationships and under such times our voices can go up a few decibels. Maybe, we should invest in a decibel meter and set a top mark.



Marine Level 8 Feb 16, 2019

Very good decision... Increasing the volume is not a convincing argument...

Or a motivator


Never been good at being yelled at, I'm too extra for that.

Electro68 Level 7 Feb 16, 2019

Ditto! And I also will not let that behavior go with family or co- workers anymore. I used to just ignore to keep the peace.

Gypsy494 Level 7 Feb 16, 2019

Same here, last one not only yelled he growled. Lol.

MsHoliday Level 8 Feb 16, 2019

I'm guessing it wasn't a sexy growl.

When done right growling is dead sexy.


I'm no longer accepting Crocs in a relationship.

Whatchu got against Crocs?

@Minta79 They're fucking hideous half-assed clogs. Need I say more?


Yep. I had to let a couple of good prospects go because I got yelled at. One was really scary when she went into a psychotic like rage.

Remowill Level 7 Feb 16, 2019

You bet.


Good. Relationships are tricky, we sometimes put up with a lot because unfortunately we doubt ourselves too much.

Jolanta Level 8 Feb 16, 2019


Paracosm Level 8 Feb 16, 2019

We share a goal; I no longer accept being so frustrated that I feel the need to yell...bad for my health...better to walk away.

EdEarl Level 8 Feb 16, 2019


hankster Level 9 Feb 16, 2019

Good! ?

hippydog Level 8 Feb 16, 2019
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