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Boyfriend Doesn't Want to Make New Year's Eve Plans

Group Therapy: Boyfriend Is Being Sketchy About New Year's

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Last New Year's I spent with my boyfriend at home. It wasn't much of a party, but I didn't really mind. I've asked him if he's coming over this year, but he "doesn't know" he might go out with his friends; which for him means that he's going out with his friends. I'm really quite upset if I'm honest. Aren't you meant to spend New Year's with people you love — what would you do?

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karlotta karlotta 4 years
Maybe he just wants to go out and celebrate with a "real party"; have you considered either asking him if you can join him and his friends, or making other plans than staying home?
kurniakasih kurniakasih 4 years
balls! LOL. You need to bring this up to him, hurry b/c New year is a comin'! :)
Raynne413 Raynne413 4 years
If you want to spend New Year's with him, you need to tell him. He can't read your mind.
lcrox07 lcrox07 4 years
Tell him you would like to spend new years with him and if you can come with him with his friends.
henna-red henna-red 4 years
if there is something specific you want from him, then you need to tell him what you want. Sounds to me as though you are leaving everything in his court, letting/making his make all of the decicisions. Perhaps he wants to go out for the holiday and his friends are going out and he doesn't beleive you are or you want to If you put him in the position of making him choose then you've make this a contest between people he cares about (hopefully he loves his friends as he loves you), and no one wants to be put in that position. Tell him what you really want, and ask him what he really wants and find something that makes you both happy. Take responsiblitiy for what you want and stop waiting for him to do what you haven't said you want. blessed be, happy holidays
missmaryb missmaryb 4 years
If it's bothering you, then you should mention it. If you agree that it's ok for him to go out with his friends, plan a night with some of your friends. Hit some clubs, rent some chick flicks and get some wine (if you're of drinking age, of course ;)), or whatever would be a good time for you. However, I think it would be fair if you both wrapped up your nights in time to get together for a new year's kiss. Good luck.
luckyduckyy luckyduckyy 4 years
Why don't you ask him if you can come?
maisiemeseg maisiemeseg 4 years
Have you explained that you're upset and why to him?
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