I have been with my boyfriend momma's boy for eight years. She literally controls my husband and her entire side of family. If anyone has any advice on how I can deal with it better when the phone rings and not let it get to me, I would really appreciate hearing from someone. She said she had not done anything wrong and started crying because she was very sensitive. Are you, or have you dated a mummy's boy? As to whether I'm a better partner because of the relationship I have with my mum. Aside from my opinion that this is unhealthy, I also think it was highly inappropriate. After they were married she interfered so much that the marriage collapsed.
My reply was straight to the point. During the three months I was home with each of my children, not once did he stop by to see how we were doing. Not, like, giving birth, but hanging around with your potential life partner. What shall we do with mummy's little soldier? A colleague of mine has an 18 year old son who, from what I can see will turn out a mess… Some examples: She enrolled him in uni… she brought all his books… as in she rang the uni, got the book list then called the book store… then when he decided to drop out after 3 months she arranged it all and then arranged for the return of all the books etc. My advice for you women out there in this situation - stop it in the beginning of the relationship.
He turned into a mummy's boy, crying to her when I'd upset him. Seriously, in many cultures mums aren't deemed as uncool as they are here. You are a sexual surrogate because society forbids incest. I saw you wrote about the three bodies on the floor. I can't bear that lady at all. Mandel: A mama's boy can most definitely be rehabilitated, but only if he's willing to acknowledge that his relationship with his mom is unhealthy and needs to be restructured.
For those of you with kids, completely cut off him and his mother. Initially, I admired the closeness he held with his family. Those that have little respect for women were not taught this respect by the dominant female figure in their life… Usually their mother. People used to say to my mother. When he started with the line 'And my mom says. I found out later that she had schizophrenia and she believed everything that she told her son and he believed her also.
Gives her a hug for no reason, just cause he can. Recently she was invited to a party. I provided a financial security and opened my legs for him but he received all other needs from his mother especially alcohol. All I was trying to do was explain what happened. I'm trying to imagine what the girlfriend hoped to achieve by dialling the mother. You should avoid such behaviour, which can be a cause for unnecessary rowing.
I am a strong woman but when i go to his house i am weak. By slipping in your own suggestions, over time he might discuss things with you and not her. Moms who feel threatened feel that way because they are riddled with guilt for not being decent mothers when their sons were younger. Both sets of parents ring them every day, and both sets get intimately involved in their finances etc. I've dated a momma's boy for the past two years and was it hell. Don't waste 23 years of your life like me. I am in India so divorce is not easy for me as it will affect my parents.
Can you handle a man that does not need you at all, aside from love and sex, but not in the sense that their mothers do everything else for them? Because of declining birth rates and elementary family effects, the ladies who get fed up with the man who prioritises his mother are increasing. I wouldn't stop him doing that. She wasn't wearing Y-fronts, might as well have been though! I have lived out of home for nearly 20 years now apart from 3 months at the age of 28 when I was building my house and freely admit that I wasn't well prepared for it at first but you can pretty quickly learn some basic life skills if you are prepared to put in the effort and put some value on your independence. Let men be men - Mothers do not make a Man a Man. As with everything it's a balance between dependence and independence that one needs to find.
What seems to be unattractive are the people who sit back and don't do any share at all - and even worse, let other people make their decisions for them, organise them, and take responsibility for their actions. She split up him and his previous fiancee, and we have been together three years and have a baby. William dont forget your power nap at 10:45. I'm completely freaked out by it. I have a lot of resentment towards her.
Oh and no offence but you live in a place for 12 months it is considered the matrimonial home, and thus belongs to both of you… I am again sure that were you living in his house you would have wanted half. Current Guy said the other day that he was thinking of declaring himself bankrupt so that he could clear his debts, when I pointed out that this would make it very hard for him to get a mortgage etc. The way I look at it is his mother won't be around forever and his children will be around a lot longer. He took his clothing home to be laundered once a week, his mum bought him cooking around sometimes if he couldnt be bothered to do it himself, and she handled all his finances for him. They lie about what they really get up to: no mum I don't smoke bongs no mum I don't smoke ice no mum its all my mates who do that! The damage they do to the psyche of the child is enormous and significantly undermines their chances to form an adult and healthy relationship with a spouse. Sex was always used against me and I was told he was no longer attracted to me because I was such a nag. I will never condone her behaviour as appropriate.
First up, here's the tell tale signs that his mum will always be his number one woman. Whether he likes salty taste, or sweeter, once you know what he prefers then you will have no troubles. No offence but I dont make excuses for people that put themselves in a situation such as the one above to begin with. He had insane ramblings, awful abuse and real terror. I have bells and whistles going off big time and have already told her - jokingly - you better be prepared to share him. It allows you to lie to yourself about who you really are and what you really want. Stay well away from mummy's boys! Beware the only son of the single mother who treats her boy like a boyfriend everytime she gets dumped by the latest loser.