Cal_The_Oyster Posted May 5, 2022 Share Posted May 5, 2022 Ok so my trans-girlfriend who I wont say the name of for privacy had a go at me for trying to get her to do her maths in the lesson. Heres some context: Wed just been in German where some girls were arguing and she got annoyed and started swearing at them. About an hour later we went into maths and I took my seat and waited for her to sit beside me. She stood behind her chair and stood there for about 10 minutes of the lesson. She sat down afterwards and wouldn't do her work and started scribbling on her board and making remarks about a girl In our class who, I will admit, can be annoying but it still wasn't necessary. I kept telling her she had to do it, all the while being calm and reasonable. In the end I got frustrated and told her I gave up trying to change her mind. She then tried to make it seem as if *i* was at fault and I knew I wasnt. I told her to do at least one question. She went off on one in a steop and tried a higher question,got it wrong, and went all bitter and sarcastic towards me. On the way to lunch she was ignoring me and it hurt. Annoyed I turned her to face me and said that I wanted her to do well and that she wasnt being fair. She kicked off and threatened to end the relationship (I dont know if it's over or not it's hard to tell). I told her that she would have already done it with her actions and calmly told her that shed hurt me. That my feelings needed to be recognised and validated as much as hers in order to keep things OK and that wasnt happening. I told her if she did end things she was bringing it on herself either way because I had done nothing wrong to her and I didn't deserve to be treated that way. Now she won't talk to me and I don't know what to do. Ever since March when she came out as trans its felt like I don't matter as much as I did when things were different. Any and all advice is welcome. Thank you Me Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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